LIsa Bradley, MA, R-DMT

LISA BRADLEY :: Equine Assisted Mental Health Clinical Manager

Licensed Professional Counselor
Registered Dance/Movement Therapist


After completing an internship integrating Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT) and Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP), Lisa obtained a Masters of Arts in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in December 2011. Since receiving her credentials, Lisa has begun a private, somatic psychotherapy practice, inviting teens and adults to experience the therapeutic value of a body-based perspective in therapy, with and without the co-facilitation of horses. Over the past 12 years, Lisa has been supporting individuals who are experiencing grief and loss, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, self-harming behaviors, suicidal ideation, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and more. Lisa is dedicated to providing a practice with a compassionate, multi-culturally sensitive approach. She is invested in continuing her education in equine and somatic therapy practices, and is currently working as the Clinical Manager of the Equine Assisted Mental Health Clinic at Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center. She is awed by the healing power of both Dance/Movement Therapy and Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy from personal experience and professional training, and thus is passionate about providing these therapeutic modalities for others in a journey towards health.

Brynn Zagunas

BRYNN ZAGUNAS :: Equine Assisted Mental Health Therapist

Licensed Professional Counselor


Brynn is a licensed professional counselor and specializes in treating trauma, and who aims to help others heal from the experiences that often prevent them from achieving the sort of happiness they seek. After graduating from Oregon State University, Cascades with a Masters of Science in Counseling, Brynn dedicated 5 years to serving underprivileged children, families, and adults in Central Oregon.  She has worked in medical, residential, and outpatient clinical mental health settings, and also has extensive experience offering services via telehealth. Brynn has specialty training and interest in working with the following: trauma & PTSD, attachment issues, anxiety, depression, family relational issues, parenting, OCD, and disordered eating.

Outside of work, you'll find Brynn enjoy spending time with family, being outdoors, listening to music, and finding the magic in day to day activities. 

Anna Thomas

ANNA THOMAS :: Equine Assisted Mental Health Therapist


Anna holds a MS in Clinical Counseling from the University of Arkansas. She is a Licensed Professional
Counselor, LPC, (License #: P0503018) and a State of Oregon Mental Health Examiner. Her special5es
and post-graduate cer5fica5ons include Eye Movement Desensi5za5on and Reprocessing (EMDR),
Posi5ve Psychology, and Crisis Preven5on Interven5on. She is a member of the American Counseling
Associa5on and an Interna5onal School Counselor. Anna joined Healing Reins in May 2021 as the Mental
Health Clinical Supervisor in order to to help open our in-house mental health clinic.


  • Master of Science with Honors (2000)  in Clinical Counseling, University of Arkansas, U.S.A.
  • Bachelor of Arts with Honors (1993) in Psychology, Northeast Louisiana University, U.S.A.;


  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) from North America (License  #: P0503018)
  • State of Oregon Mental Health Examiner
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
  • Post Graduate Certificate in Positive Psychology
  • Certified & Registered Yoga Teacher
  • American Counseling Association
  • International School Counselor Association
  • CPR and CPI [Crisis Prevention Intervention] Certification

Oregon State University Graduate Interns Studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling


Oregon State University Graduate Intern

About Julianna:

Julianna is a graduate student studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling at OSU Cascades, currently interning for Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center. She received her undergraduate degree in Music Therapy in 2016 and has worked as a Music Therapist and Recreation Therapist in various psychiatric settings since graduating. Julianna is passionate about providing hope, creativity, healing, and wellness for individuals who are struggling with mental health-related challenges. She has been involved in the horse community since she was a young child and continues to see the unique and special connection horses provide. She is eager to provide Bend and the surrounding community with Equine Assisted Mental Health Services. Julianna spends her free time hiking with her dogs, gardening, camping, playing music, spending time with family and friends and exploring all the beautiful things life has to offer!

Oregon State University Graduate Intern

About McKenzie:

McKenzie is a graduate intern with Oregon State University studying Clinical Mental Health. She received her undergraduate degree in Cultural Communications with an emphasis on Social Justice and a minor in Adventure Therapy from Prescott College in Arizona. Before starting her Masters’ degree program Mckenzie lived in Kenya working in the Maasai Mara educating field guides on animal behaviors and sustainable tourism. She then went on to work with homeless youth in rural Southern Oregon. Mckenzie grew up around horses and found equine-assisted therapy when she was a teenager. That experience sparked a passion for her and she has dreamed of offering the same care and services ever since. In her off time she can most often be found adventuring with her dogs, Wyatt and Waffle. She likes to spend time outside, biking, running, backpacking and painting.


Oregon State University Graduate Intern

About Alaina:

Alaina is a graduate student intern at Healing Reins and is studying to complete her Master of Counseling degree through Oregon State University-Cascades. Prior to entering the counseling field, Alaina earned her Master of Education degree in Special Education and worked as a teacher for two years. Alaina is passionate about supporting and empowering clients through Equine Assisted Mental Health and believes in the unique opportunities horses provide for healing and learning. In her spare time, Alaina enjoys spending time with animals, being outdoors, traveling, and connecting with friends and family.