Bettina Shultz-Jobe

  • Natural Lifemanship Co-Founder and CEO
  • Over 15 years effectively treating traumatized populations through EAP and complementary therapeutic modalities
  • Trained in expressive and experiential therapies, play therapy, neuro-biofeedback, the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics, TF-CBT, and EMDR
  • Formerly PATH and EAGALA certified
  • Published author of EAP research

Bettina and her husband, Tim Jobe, founded Natural Lifemanship, and live in Central Texas.  Bettina is a wife, mother, sister, and daughter who values, most of all, time spent at home with her family – including their horses, dogs, and chickens!  She considers it an honor to partner people with horses in a way that fosters the deep connection needed for growth and true healing to occur.

Bettina is passionate about discovering and utilizing the horse’s full potential for helping humans and teaching and empowering others to do the same. Her passion and mission to utilize horses to do evidence-based practice has contributed to a model in which every aspect of the horse is very intentionally used to help adults and children heal from various forms of trauma, abuse, or neglect.