Wisdom of the Horse Workshop Series (Part 2): An Introduction to Polyvagal Principles for Therapists, Horse Enthusiasts, and Coaches
June 2, 2021 – June 9, 2021
THIS IS A 2-DAY PROGRAM
Prerequisite: Participants must have completed Wisdom of the Horse: Workshop Series (Part 1) before being eligible to attend this workshop.
Program Dates: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 & Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day
Facilitated By: Margie McDonald and Dr. Rebecca Bailey
Margie McDonald and Dr. Rebecca Bailey have worked together for thirty plus years in a variety of capacities, often incorporating horses, psychology, and communication skills. Margie is an esteemed horse trainer and human whisperer and Rebecca is a nationally recognized psychologist with a lifetime love of horses.
Location: Northern California (email firstname.lastname@example.org for details)
Cost: $500 per person (payable via check, cash, or money order on the first day of the workshop)
- Fee includes workshop materials and light refreshments by Chef Charles Holmes.
- Bonus Workshop Items Included:
- The JAYC Foundation Cards
- Rebecca Bailey’s Book — Equine Connections: Polyvagal Principles
- The JAYC Foundation T-Shirt
- Light Refreshments by Chef Charles Holmes
This six-hour informative and entertaining workshop is conducted in two, three-hour segments, over two days (Wednesday, June 2nd & Wednesday, June 9th) and is an introduction to equine assisted communication. It is designed to give participants a foundational understanding of Polyvagal theory and equine assisted communication.
Note: Covid-19 compliant face coverings are required at all times during this program.
Space is extremely limited.
To Register: Email your contact information to email@example.com
Both Margie and Dr. Bailey have completed the Eponaquest Master Herder training program. In 2013 Dr. Bailey and Linda Kohanov developed the Connection Focused Therapy® multidisciplinary modality designed to help people become empowered as individuals while learning to support, collaborate with and draw strength from loved ones, peers and communities.