Counseling, Support Groups & Therapeutic Riding

Outlaw's Vision Quest Farm, Inc.

Lamar, SC

Silver member

Licensed in SC – Validate
Social Worker – 5160

Let us do the work

  1. 1

    Answer a few questions about your needs.

  2. 2

    Get competing quotes from pros within 24 hours.

  3. 3

    Compare and hire at a price right for you.

Request Free Quotes

About Outlaw's Vision Quest Farm, Inc.

Mon: 9:00am-7:00pm
Tue-Thu: 9:00am-8:00pm
Fri: 9:00am-2:00pm

We offer a therapy that works and horses that heal.

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that is providing counseling, support groups, and therapeutic riding.

Our mission is to provide a healing force that works for children, families, adults, and military members, with visible results, and in an environment that people want to be in.

Our mission is to combine the love for horses and the knowledge of several counseling and therapeutic techniques to create a powerful healing force for the children and families of the Pee Dee and surrounding regions.

Learn skills that go from the farm to your life, including:

* teamwork
* discipline
* respect
* patience
* empathy
* decision making
* flexibility
* stress management
* relaxation
* anxiety management
* depression management
* concentration
* focus
* self-motivation
* healthy competition
* good communication skills
* perseverance
* good sportsmanship
* healthy relationship development
* healthy outlet
* improving self-image and self-esteem and many other benefits

Ms. Tina C. Outlaw-Kennett, BSW, MSW, LISW-CP is a clinical social worker and therapist.

Tina C. Outlaw-Kennett has 18 years in the field of clinical social work. She began her career in the early '90s, working with pregnant teenage girls in a rural health setting. Following that is a stint in the cooperate insurance world as a provider representative for Tricare’s behavioral health section. Then, she worked with mental health, setting up the first school-based counseling programs, clinical day program, and assisting in writing the 21st century grants and establishing after-school programs in Florence and the surrounding areas.

She has worked with group homes, set up domestic violence response teams that are focusing on child victims, worked with DJJ kids in wilderness camps, and worked with active-duty and veterans in the VA Outpatient Clinic and in a military treatment facility, doing family advocacy and setting up a children’s treatment program that interfaced with school.

For the last 8 years, she has been building her private practice using equine-assisted psychotherapy and therapeutic riding after work (part time). In October 2009, she began working with this practice full time and hoped to get grant funding in 2010 to serve uninsured and underinsured children and families with medical, physical, emotional, and behavioral challenges with this cutting-edge therapy.

We offer counseling for individuals couples, families, children, and adolescents. We have support groups online and in person. Our therapeutic riding services are covered by most private insurance plans, including TRICARE. Medicaid is covered with an approved 254 Form from your doctor.

A sliding-scale fee is available for self-paying clients. We are here for you and your family in a confidential environment, with a quiet country setting.

Location

2919 Jeffords Rd. N
Lamar, SC 29069

  • DOJ Smart Search verified
  • License verified
  • Thumbtack reviewed
  • LinkedIn verified

Question and answer

Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. Learn skills that go from the farm to your life:
teamwork, discipline, respect, patience, empathy,
decision-making, flexibility, stress management,
relaxation, anxiety management, depression
management, concentration, focus,
self-motivation, healthy competition, good
communication skills, perseverance, good
sportsmanship, healthy relationship development,
healthy outlet, improve self-image and
self-esteem, and has many other benefits

Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.

A. Presented at Coker College annual Social Work Conference about " Treating Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder".

Presenting at "Speak up for Kids" Event for Mental Health Awareness in Hartsville, SC to promote community wide awareness of services for kids and debunk stigma of diagnosis.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Make sure you check the licence and certification of the provider.

Check with people in the community who have used the service.

Make sure you feel that it is a good fit with you and the provider.

Write a review

Get started »
Let us introduce you to pros.