By Win Simon and Florian Birkmayer MD
Saturday April 25, 2015
9am-12pm (Registration at 8:30am)
Organized by the Enhancement Center. Join us for this hands-on introduction to Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning. Understand about the nature of horses and how this is important for EAL/EAP. Appreciate horses as co-therapists and the benefits of this approach. Understand Equine Assisted Learning and have a hands-on experience. Understand Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and have a hands-on experience. Who Should Attend: Counselors Social Workers Marriage and Family Therapists Psychologists About the Presenters: Win Simon has owned horses for the past 8 years and is the owner of WT Equestrian, LC. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, a Level II Certification in Equine Assisted Therapy from EAGALA and a Level II Certification in Natural Horsemanship.
Location: WT Equestrian 840 Simon Lane SW, Albuquerque NM 87105
CEU’s available. $79 Early Registration (Before April 17, 2015)
To Register click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org 505 891 1583
Are you stressed? Are the memories and consequences of trauma interfering with your quality of life?
Join us in our weekly group for people with PTSD and other trauma-related issues. Equine-Assisted Therapy has shown great promise for people with PTSD. Here and here are some articles. Participants report decreased stress and improved resilience and coping skills. The groups are strengths-based and focus on the here and now.
The group is co-faciliated by Win Simon and Florian Birkmayer MD.
The group is open to adults (18+).
WINTER HOURS: Every other Thursday at 1pm. The next 2 will be on 12/3 and 12/7. Call for the schedule for 2016.
Cost: $20 per participant. Registration required.
To register or for more information, please call (505) 720 4115 or (505) 379 1979.
Basics of Herbal Medicine 1: Introduction to Botanical Medicine
This first class in the series is a thorough introduction for everyone interested in the healing art and uses of Herbal Medicine. It is taught by Irish born and Scottish trained Medical Herbalist and Nutrition Consultant, Carol Davison. Students will learn: The History of Herbal Medicine, The Role of the Herbalist today, The Doctrine of Signatures, Herbal Preparations focusing on Decoctions and Infusions, and The Importance of Herbal Actions.
To register please call 415 845 7863 or email carol @ theirishherbalist.com
Space is limited.
I am honored to have been invited to Detroit, MI, by the amazing artist Kate Daughdrill to hold a hydrosol encounter on Thur 4/16 and a one day aromatherapy workshop “The Ecology of Spirit” on Sat 4/18. More details soon! To find out more and to sign up, visit Kate’s website http://www.kdaughdrill.com/ (Photo credit: Burnside Farm http://www.kdaughdrill.com/Burnside-Farm)