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.
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
-Attendees of the 2013 and 2014 Williamson County Mental Health in Schools Conference
-Matt Smith, LPC-S
-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.
-Kathy Magill, LPC
-Chris Chandler, M.Ed., LPC
-Dr. Beverly Dolenz Walsh, Ph.D.
-Brigitta Bogan Gielisse
-Debbie Stjernholm, LPC, CAC II, EAP II
-Michael Dawson, MA, LPC