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Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy for the Substance Abuse Field
November 2, 2017 @ 9:00 am - November 4, 2017 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0| $700
In the Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship training you will learn the foundational research and the trauma-informed Natural Lifemanship principles that facilitate powerful change.
Natural Lifemanship is founded on the modern neurobiology research that has given rise to trauma-informed care in mental health and human services. Through their work with thousands of clients with histories of complex trauma in EAP settings and their extensive training in the science and application of trauma-informed care, Natural Lifemanship founders, Tim and Bettina Jobe, have developed a unique approach to working with clients and horses that promotes healing and growth through the power of the relationship. This training is the entry point for all Natural Lifemanship certifications. It is a comprehensive introduction to the foundations of Natural Lifemanship.
This training is intended for:
- Mental health professionals
- Horse professionals
- Anyone with an interest in trauma-informed care
- Anyone with an interest in healthy-intra- and interpersonal relationships
- Those with an interest in horse-human partnerships
- Those who wish to pursue TF-EAP or NL certification
Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship – November 2nd – 4th, 2017
REGISTER NOW – $700. Returning members price $275
Natural Lifemanship’s TF-EAP is founded on the modern neurobiology research that has given rise to trauma-informed care in mental health and human services. Click to learn more about the Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship training.
Natural Lifemanship is an approved continuing education provider. 18.75 Continuing Education Credit Hours are awarded for this training.
This class is part of the core curriculum required for the certification process to become Natural Lifemanship Certified and other Natural Lifemanship certification programs.
The training is from 9 to 5 each day.
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