Maximizing the Power of the Horse - April 6-7, 2018, - Lubbock, Texas
Do you desire to advance your Equine Specialist skills? Are you wanting more training in the Equine Specialist’s role in the Eagala team? Would you like to maximize the power of the horses in your Eagala sessions?
If you answer YES to any of these questions, then this Eagala approved workshop presented by Randy & Patti Mandrell of Lubbock, Texas is for you.
“Maximizing the Power of the Horse” April 6-7, 2018
Purpose: The purpose of this workshop is to provide horse professionals and mental health professionals with the skills and keen awareness of horse body language and personalities in order to maximize the use of the horse in Eagala sessions.
(1) Learn how horse psychology helps the Equine Specialist in their role
(2) Identify powerful messages horses communicate that provide valuable therapeutic information
(3) Equip mental health professionals and equine professionals with the skills to identify and interpret horse cues to aid in therapy
(4) Gain a further understanding of the importance of the horse’s role and the Equine Specialist’s role in the Eagala team
(5) Learn to evaluate a session using “horse sense”
(6) Improve in incorporating the horse into the therapy team through “hands on” applications and processing
Schedule: Friday, April 6th and Saturday, April 7th in Lubbock, Texas
9 AM to 5PM both days (lunch provided)
(Additional 6 hours of homework to be completed on your own after workshop-must be turned in for completion)
Eagala Approved: 20 hours of CEUs
Registration: **Early Bird rate: $425 per person (includes lunch)
**Early Bird Group rate: $385 per person for 2 or more people
Late Registration: $450 per person (includes lunch)
** Early bird Registration deadline is March 6, 2018. To ensure a spot, ½ of your tuition is due with registration application.
Who can Attend:
(1) Horse Professionals wanting to advance their training as an Equine Specialist
(2) Mental Health Professionals wanting to expand their understanding of horses and the horse’s role in EAP.
(3) Horse Professionals working toward meeting Eagala standards for certification.
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