Experiential Retreat for Clinicians with Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Authenticity. Attunement. Courage. Clarity. Patience. Presence.
These are not just qualities of a good therapist but life skills that
require development and nurturing. Join us for an experiential
retreat to reconnect and cultivate the qualities essential to healthy relationships and good therapy.
Horses offer us unique opportunities to reconnect with ourselves and
learn how to more completely connect with others. In partnering with
horses, you will discover what’s holding you back, and what’s needed
to move forward. Come explore what it’s like to learn from the masters of authenticity.
In this day-long retreat you will:
• be a part of an intimate group of clinicians
• experience how your relationship with self impacts your
relationship with others, both in the office and out
• cultivate skills for mindfulness and presence
• spend a self-care day in a peaceful natural setting
• sneak a peak at what equine assisted psychotherapy can do!
April 27th, 2018 10am – 4pm
$325/person early bird
Please contact Kate at email@example.com about
student/intern and group discounts – and to register.
Presenting "What Horses Can Teach Us About Creating Secure Human Relationships" with co-therapist, Kathleen Choe.
In trauma work we often hear that “the relationship is the vehicle for change.” But what kind of relationship creates the healing change we are seeking? What does a good relationship really entail? Kate and Kathleen will explore the neurobiological foundations of “good” relationship–and what practice with horses can teach us about not just the theory but the actual mechanics of good relationships as well.
Twin Oaks Branch Public Library; 1800 S 5th St, Austin, TX 78704
Special Mustang Intensive Training and Campout with Natural Lifemanship at the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, CA.
Rescheduled for February 24th! Self-care retreat and experiential workshop for clinicians, grad students, and interns - utilizing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Join me and my co-therapist, Kathleen Choe, out in nature and in the company of horses as we learn about mindfulness, the brain and body, and how we can develop skills for a more peaceful, sustainable way of being both at work and at home. Please email me for more info!