Understand how the brain develops optimally in response to healthy, connected relationships - and how trauma and toxic stress impact relationships with ourself and others.
We can't change what we don't notice. Learn how partnering people with horses helps both heal and grow. Learn to apply these same principles when helping others - even without the help of horses.
Help your clients form healthier patterns by practicing new behaviors in their relationships. As they begin to experience a rewarding sense of deeper connection with their self and others, these new ways of being and interacting are reinforced.
Whether you help people form healthier connections through psychotherapy or through coaching for personal or professional growth, the Natural Lifemanship process helps people make positive, lasting changes in their relationships with themselves and others.
Join Natural Lifemanship co-founders, Tim Jobe and Bettina Shultz-Jobe, for a conversation about the belief systems and principles that prevail in the world of equine assisted (EA) practice and the horse world in general. Learn how Natural Lifemanship helps EA practitioners partner people with horses in ways that promote changes at the neurobiological level, for both human and horse. With Natural Lifemanship, connection is always the goal of any activity. The process of cultivating connection is highly nuanced ensuring that the relationship is built in ways that promote health and well-being for both parties.
Master the art and science of Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (TF-EAP) or equine assisted coaching and other applications. If you help people with the help of horses, you will benefit from mastering the science and art of connected relationships.VIEW MORE
Promote healthy, productive connection with those you serve through counseling, coaching, teaching, and leading. Master NL science-based relationship principles for powerful growth and transformation in all of life's relationships.VIEW MORE