An Introduction to Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy & Learning
An experiential workshop for therapists, mental health workers, teachers, and any other interested individuals who are curious about the benefits of EFP/L and who would like further insights into how it works. No prior horse experience required. No mental health qualification required. This profound experience is varied and interesting, covering both reflective work and more active approaches. A day of experiential sessions aimed at providing a small taster of what may be possible within this field and signposting the best way for you to move forward and be part of it. The LEAP Model of EFP/L is introduced, and time given to discuss the field as a whole.
Mike Delaney is one of the leading practitioners of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning in the UK, treating over 700 patients in the last seven years with this powerful, healing and self-esteem boosting psychotherapy. Mike's EFP/L skills were also used to help treat London Underground staff with substance issues following the July 2005 tube bombings.
Mike is a highly skilled and experienced practitioner who is passionate about the powerful benefits of therapeutically working with horses. He has witnessed incredible changes particularly in clients who initially presented as blocked, incommunicative or resistant through painful life experiences. He also works with addictions, depression, co-dependency, PTSD and other Complex Mental Health Issues.
Along with Ella Bloomfield, Mike devised and facilitates the Introduction to EFP/L Workshop, EFP/L for Working with Young People Workshop and the LEAP EFP/L Practitioner Training Programme.
Ella Jones (formerly Bloomfield)
Ella Jones, BA hons, HEAL Cert.
Ella Jones is a key member of the therapeutic team at LEAP, and is one of the leading EFP/L practitioners in the UK. Ella is a graduate of the HEAL (Human Equine Alliance for Learning) facilitator training program in Washington State, USA, and is in the final dissertation submission stage of her Masters in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at BCPC in Bath, UK.
Ella sees clients of all ages on a one-to-one basis, and has a particular interest in EFP/L as a treatment for trauma. Along with Mike Delaney, Ella devised and facilitates the Introduction to EFP/L Workshop, EFP/L for Working with Young People Workshop and the LEAP EFP/L Practitioner Training Programme.
Ella has been involved with horses since childhood, and competed extensively as a young person in the US and UK. As a young adult she worked professionally as a horse trainer, specializing in bringing on young horses, and rehabilitating horses that had experienced trauma. She has an active interest in natural horsemanship methods and incorporates an ethos of partnership, relatedness and gentle leadership into her EFP/L work. Ella has a teaching background in Steiner/Waldorf education, and is mother of two. She is passionate about the horse-human bond, and the healing that can be achieved for both parties through authentic connection.
How to book a workshop
If you would like to attend one of our ' Introduction to EFP/L' workshops please choose from the dates below, click on the calendar on the 'Workshops' page and follow the instructions to book via Eventbrite. If you have any problems, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop fee is £190.
These workshops will only run if there are sufficient numbers of bookings and will be cancelled if the minimum number is not reached. If this happens participants will have their payments refunded. This very rarely happens, however.
An Introduction to Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy & Learning - Workshop Dates in 2017:
ROSLISTON, DERBYSHIRE (DE12 8HY)
Facilitated by Mike Delaney and Sarah Watson
March 25th, 2017
April 29th, 2017
September 16th, 2017
Dates coming soon!
AVENING, GLOUCESTERSHIRE (GL8 8NE)
Facilitated by Ella Jones and Semira Fardon
March 24th, 2017 FULLY BOOKED
More dates to to be added soon
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