Megan Dushin currently coordinates The Masterson Method fieldwork program and promotes and coordinates the new Masterson Method Equine Specialist (MMES) training in equine-assisted learning or therapy programs. Megan grew up on a horse farm in New York State that was the headquarters of one of the earliest United States Pony Clubs established in the US in the 1950s. She competed at the national level and taught riding from a young age. In college, Megan left the horse world and studied body-based therapies and movement modalities and has continued to explore mindfulness and the body. Discovering The Masterson Method has brought new meaning to her interest in mindfulness, the body, and connecting with horses.

Megan’s background in IT, project management, and communications prepares her well for managing fieldwork student data and facilitating student progress through fieldwork. Her academic and experiential background in equine-assisted learning and therapy programs prepares her for communicating about and coordinating MMES training around the US.

When not at her computer, Megan enjoys connecting with and serving horses with The Masterson Method, exploring movement and body-based therapies, and raising two teenagers with her husband in Minnesota.