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Tuesday
Mar082011

Natural Horsemanship, Parelli and Their Influence on Equine Assisted Psychotherapy & Learning

There's no doubt that for me, Pat and Linda Parelli have done more to improve my skills as an EAGALA-model Equine Specialist and to support the field of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy & Learning than any other Natural Horsemanship practitioner out there.

And based on the research I've been conducting, you think so too.

I've spent the past few months interviewing many different equine specialists who practice EAGALA-model EAP/EAL, as well as many different therapists and horse professionals in an effort to find answers to questions like:

  • What are the responsibilities of the ES to the client? To their co-facilitator?
    To the horse(s)?
  • What are the key characteristics of a quality equine specialist?
  • How do you select and support a great EAP/EAL horse?

I've also had a survey out there gathering data on equine specialists (click here to participate!), as I seek to determine basic demographics about who is in this field and what their influences and backgrounds are. Some interesting data has appeared as a result, which I'm eager to share in my new book, due later this year.

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