Continued Education and Trainings

The areas of application for equine assisted psychotherapy are broad and versatile. One area is in Equine Assisted Traumatherapy, where this type of treatment has proven to be very effective. I offer the following classes and trainings:

 
 
 

For Everybody : Equine Assisted Psychotherapy has raised more and more interest in Germany. If you want to learn more about how we work, come to our introductory day to experience it for yourself. Scheduled classes can be found under "Info/News and Dates".

Equine Assisted Traumatherapy: Working with clients who have experienced a traumatic event requires specific knowledge and a variety of skills and techniques. Designed specifically for those interested in working with PTS(d) and Trauma, this curriuculum will teach you everything from the basic necessities of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy to the specifics of Equine Assisted Traumatherapy. Scheduled class for 2017 can be found under "Info/News and Dates".

For Equine Specialists : For those who want to increase their knowledge in the equine behavior and biology. The deeper the core knowledge, the more one can utilize it in equine assisted work. Come join us at next year's symposium to increase your knowledge about horses and hear renowned international speakers on the roles and responsibilities of "horses in Equine Assisted Work". More information can be found under "Info/News and Dates".

For Teams already working with an equine assisted model : Working in teams has many advantages but also bears some risks. Each team member needs a clear role that corresponds best to their capabilities and potential. There needs to be room for ensuing dynamics. (workshop description)

For those interested in working with

military service members: Current and prior military servicemembers are part of a large organization with firm structures and rules, which in turn have a large effect on their members. Working with active duty and prior military servicesmembers differs in many aspects from working with civilians.
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