NL Personal Intensive
“We hold the hand that holds the hand”
Here at The Natural Lifemanship Institute, it is our mission to empower professionals through education and healing connection - we believe we “hold the hands” of the many professionals out there who do important healing work with others, every single day. Often in our trainings participants remark on the very personal nature of learning to do effective relational work and wish for more time to focus on themselves - something that just isn’t possible during an educational training.
We have heard your requests and are thrilled to present a new offering from The Natural Lifemanship Institute!
NL Personal Intensive: earning secure attachment through self discovery and genuine connection.
You cannot take clients where you have not been. As mental health professionals, we join clients through some of their most challenging moments - and as humans, we experience plenty of our own challenging moments as well. Love, grief, and transformation are integral to every life. To truly serve our clients, we must have up-close and personal contact with navigating these universal experiences of connection and loss, joy and sorrow, peace and discord - intimately knowing these aspects of the human experience makes us better clinicians!
Ultimately for ourselves, and in our work with clients, we hope to develop a more secure attachment; it isn’t just about people, but rather about every aspect of connection - our relationship with self, with an experience, with a place, with an idea - our attachment style impacts our relating in all senses of the word. But what does secure attachment look like? Feel like? What does “earning” a secure attachment entail? In this workshop we will explore all these questions and more, from a very personal place...from your attachment style.
We are SO excited about this - all participants will receive an Adult Attachment Interview prior to attending to personalize and inform their 4-day process.
How aware are you of your attachment style? Do you know how it impacts your relating, and in particular, how it impacts your work with clients? Participate in active learning as you explore your own approach to the world, and how intentional therapeutic experiences can move us all toward more secure attachment.
During our four days together, you will be offered time to connect with yourself and with others in a variety of experiences, with a low trainer to participant ratio - creating a dynamic environment for connection, reflection, and self-discovery.
Participants will have opportunities to engage in:
- Groundwork and mounted work with horses
- Personalized Equine Connected EMDR sessions
- Therapeutic drumming and movement
- Somatic Work
- Mind-Body Movement
- Individual Reiki (or other supportive and co-regulating touch)
- Nature and art therapy activities
- and more!
This workshop is for professionals in the mental health field who have taken either an in person or online fundamentals of NL training. CEUs will be offered! Be prepared to feel supported and nurtured on your path to secure attachment, through a variety of both verbal and non-verbal therapies. At the end of the four days, you will carry home new insights, more connection, and a better integration of Natural Lifemanship in practice.
OTHER TRAININGS YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN
NL Personal Intensive
Relationship Logic Immersion with Rescued Equines
SPECIAL Relationship Logic Immersion Training and Campout – Wild Horse Sanctuary, Shingletown, CA
Rhythmic Riding Immersion
The Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship Training
Natural Lifemanship Intensive
Relationship Logic Immersion
Business Building Master Class
Natural Lifemanship Conference
Equine Connected EMDR (EC-EMDR)
Introduction to Natural Lifemanship and TF-EAP™
Natural Lifemanship for Spiritual Connection
This model is very profound, well organized and deeply developed in its presentation of ideas and principles, and precisely aligns with my philosophy of coaching.
-Attendee - Fundamentals of Natural Lifemanship training , May 2019
Tim and Bettina are down to earth people. They have extensive knowledge and you will not be disappointed should you choose them to improve your program.
-Michael (Brady) Bunch
“This is the best training that I have attended in my almost 8 years at WCJS.” “This class was excellent. It helped me have a better understanding of dealing with trauma kids. The horse training was very exciting and a great hands-on tool – the class was very informative, I…
-Attendees of the 2013 and 2014 Williamson County Mental Health in Schools Conference
"Tim and Bettina trained our Juvenile Probation Officers and our Juvenile Supervision Officers and we have seen a drastic positive change in how our staff perceive and interact with youth. Tim and Bettina also presented at our 2013 and our 2014 Wilco Mental Health in Schools Conferences to more than…
-Matt Smith, LPC-S
"I was amazed at what I learned in the 3-day Natural Lifemanship workshop with Tim and Bettina. Their combined knowledge of horses and mental health issues was impressive! Each demonstrated extensive knowledge of his own specialty – Tim with horses, Bettina in Mental Health. But, that knowledge cleanly overlapped the…
-Gwen Murphy, MEd, LPC, NCC, NBCCH
What a great clinic. The mix of equine psychology and equine assisted psychotherapy is a beneficial blend of life! Loved the one on one, small group atmosphere.
"I recently attended my first Natural Lifemanship training and I have to say that it was one of the best trainings I’ve been to! I learned so much about brain development, the effects trauma has on children and the power of partnering horses with these children. The focus on relationships…
"The Natural Lifemanship training was more than I possibly could have hoped it would be! Every topic covered was not only interesting and valid but crucial to the big picture that was painted over the three day training. Tim and Bettina were sure to offer a rationale for each concept…
“Tim and Bettina are so knowledgeable and articulate it left me feeling like I had read an amazing text book that I will have to re-read at least a couple more times to be able to fully integrate all the information. It's such a simple concept and makes so much…
-Kathy Magill, LPC
"It was very interesting to see how horse psychology relates to peoples’ everyday lives. I learned how the horse treats a human exactly how the person treats them. This is helpful in relationship building in your client’s everyday life."
“I have seventeen years of clinical experience working with adults and children in a clinical setting. Approximately Twelve years ago I met an individual named Tim Jobe. Tim was your stereotypical cowboy with a dirty hat and worn jeans. He knew I was a therapist and began to discuss with…
-Chris Chandler, M.Ed., LPC
"I have so enjoyed using and applying the information that I learned at a recent Natural Lifemanship workshop in my work with clients and families . The principles presented in Natural Lifemanship take some very complicated and detailed principles of behavior and psychology and make them digestible for every day…
-Dr. Beverly Dolenz Walsh, Ph.D.
“I learned a lot during the workshop, and everything was explained very well. It was good to see that there is a relationship building program for individual therapy versus just team building. I also liked that through this program not only do you learn to build a relationship, but it…
-Brigitta Bogan Gielisse
“I truly valued the training.... I feel like I learned more from the two days of training I received from Natural Lifemanship than I ever have from any training regarding equine assisted psychotherapy! It generated days of self-reflection, and has completely enhanced the work I do with my clients when…
-Debbie Stjernholm, LPC, CAC II, EAP II
“The Natural Lifemanship training was awesome! We all learned SO much and left the training feeling so energized to do this work with traumatized children in our community. Tim and Bettina have taken what we previously knew about the power of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy to the next level! The experiences…
"I was attracted to Tim and Bettina Jobe’s Natural Lifemanship approach to equine assisted psychotherapy because it bridges the gap between the methods that rely totally on the use of groundwork and methods that focus primarily on mounted horsemanship. Natural Lifemanship is all about the relationship between the human and…
-Michael Dawson, MA, LPC
"Bettina and Tim take the meaning and effectiveness of equine assisted therapy to another level. Simpler and deeper."