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Submitted By KKidson | Added on: 2012 January 03 | Total Visits: 9124 | Printable version

Basic Introduction to Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Presented by - Kim Kidson
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Institute of South Africa (EAPISA)

Venue
Autumn Leaves Farm
100 Hartzvalley Estate
Hartzenbergfontein
Walkerville
Training available country wide



CPD Points
16 per workshop available of which
6 per workshop in Ethics
Dates and Times
Feb-Dec 2012
TBC
Cost
Upon request
Contact Shirley Osborne
(011)682-1196
083 222 9376
admin@eapisa.co.za
www.eapisa.co.za

Catering - Catering will be available Materials Needed -

A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO EQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY

Topics covered :
• What is Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) ?
• Looking at EAP from an integrated psychological perspective.
• Benefits of EAP and how it fits.
• Why horses and how they can be used in psychotherapy?
• Horse behaviour and body language.
• The EAP approach – how it works.
• The Role of the Psychological Health Professional.
• The Role of the Horse Specialist.
• Case studies and practical exposure.

A BASIC INTRODUCTION TO EQUINE
ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY

Topics covered :
• What is Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) ?
• Looking at EAP from an integrated psychological perspective.
• Benefits of EAP and how it fits.
• Why horses and how they can be used in psychotherapy?
• Horse behaviour and body language.
• The EAP approach – how it works.
• The Role of the Psychological Health Professional.
• The Role of the Horse Specialist.
• Case studies and practical exposure.

Who should attend?
This workshop is specifically aimed at registered Psychologists and Clinical Social Workers (with a minimum of a Masters degree), Registered Counsellors (Hons) as well as Horse Professionals who are wishing to expand their role repertoire. It gives you a glimpse of how you can take your professional skills to a completely different level.


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