Understand how the brain develops optimally in response to healthy, connected relationships. Understand how trauma and toxic stress negatively 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 new principles when helping others - even without the help of horses.
Help your clients form healthier patterns by practicing new behaviors in their relationships. Experience their sense of deeper connection with their self and with others as 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 us October 17-19, 2019 for a Deep Dive into Natural Lifemanship:
Trauma Informed Specialties within Equine Assisted Practice
Join us at beautiful Miracle Farm in Brenham, TX to take a deeper look into integrating NL with other trauma-informed specialties. The conference schedule allows you to immerse yourself in one specialty each day. It’s like attending three day-long trainings in one long weekend. Treat yourself to a 4th day to experience one modality in a personal way, retreat-style. Keynote speakers include Philip Tedeschi and Leif Hallberg.
The truth is that most of us have experienced some level of trauma. We all have experienced things that negatively affect our brain’s ability to function at optimal capacity. This makes it challenging to find a calm connection to self and others.
Trauma informed care (TIC) is about becoming empowered to organize or reorganize the brain by understanding how the brain and body develop. One of the basic tenets of TIC is that we can help the brain develop and heal through “bottom-up regulation.”
During this webinar, NL founders, Tim Jobe and Bettina Shultz-Jobe, will discuss the basic tenets of TIC and bottom-up regulation based on Dr. Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model. They will allow you to grasp and apply complex concepts to your life and your relationships – to heal instead of hurt. If a calm, regulated, connection is a priority for you, you won’t want to miss this webinar!
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