Workshop for psychotherapists


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Are you a psychotherapist , counsellor or

supervisor looking for ways to deepen

and strengthen your

clinical practice?  

Are you looking for new ways to work

with metaphor, non-verbal communication, relational dynamics?

Equine-Guided psychotherapy offers a unique and fascinating psycho-therapeutic model which provides valuable, immediate information about clients’ inner experience that could take many months to reach in traditional talking therapy.

Horses are experts at reading and reflecting non-verbal communication, acting as mirrors to our own behaviour. They are highly sensitive and attuned to their environment, to threats and like us, seek to be in relationship to their herd/community.  We learn about ourselves from working with the horse – lessons that translate well into our professional and personal lives.

Come and experience this powerful work for yourselves

We are offering you the opportunity not only to have an individual psycho-therapeutic experience with a horse but also to take part in a group exercise which allows for group dynamics to be explored in a supportive environment.

When: Sunday, March 11th 2012
Where:Little Dunks Farm, Brenchley, Nr Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN12 7HX.
Times: 10.00am-1.00pm


Jennine Pickup– Equine Affinity Psychotherapist
MA/Dip UKCP Registered, Integrative Arts Psychotherapist
Catherine Bray– Equine Affinity Equine Specialist, Founder & co Director
Laura Clarke -Equine Affinity Coach & co Director
CWDC trained & trained at Coaching Academy

Costs: We’re offering 20% off making the total £44 per ticket or £40 per ticket if you buy two or more.
Spaces are limited to ensure quality hands on work with the horses.

Contact: 07950 690089 or email if you are interested in this workshop.

“The surprising part of the workshop for me was how illuminating the interactions
were with the horses. What was available to me suddenly were powerful and clear insights
into myself and my life.”