Lacey Schuster

Lacey obtained her B.A. in Psychology from Arizona State University in 2011 before completing her Masters of Science in Counseling with an emphasis in Equine Assisted Mental Health from Prescott College. She is an advocate for children in the child welfare and works with children, adults and families suffering from abuse, neglect, and grief. Lacey’s brings with her specialized training in helping others in their recovery from eating disorders, addiction, and trauma from the Meadows Behavioral Health. Additionally, she is a graduate of Choice Center Leadership University where she learned the power of vulnerability, human connection, overcoming self-limiting beliefs, and leading a vision driven life.

Lacey, an Arizona native, grew up riding in the Superstition Mountains as a child, where she first found her love for horses. Throughout her adolescent years she volunteered at summer camps for Boy Scouts of America and American Cancer Society, connecting children and families with her passion for being in nature with animals. These early life experiences, combined with her own experiences of grief and loss, paved the way for her to find a career that allowed her to bring hope and healing through connection with horses. She is an Arizona enthusiast and avid adventurer in her free time. She rock climbs, hikes, snowboards, and enjoys camping at the lake with her friends and family. Lacey brings her passion for combining the spirit of nature and animals with her education to bring healing to the Hunkapi community.

Lacy Schuster