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Ep 11: Dr. Ann Hemingway & Kezia Sullivan - Bournemouth University

Most of us in the equine assisted field are familiar with encountering skepticism - the inevitable "aren't you just giving kids pony rides?" attitude that can sometime...

Ep 10: Nina Ekholm Fry - Denver University

If you are in the Equine Assisted World and you have not yet hear of the Institute for Human and Animal Connection at Denver University, then you should. The institute...

Ep 9: Linda Kohanov - Epona Quest

Linda Kohanov is a legend. A household name in the horse world and also for many of those interested in shamanism and myth, her bestselling books The Tao of Equus Ridi...

Ep 8: Lynn Thomas - Arenas of Change & Horses for Mental Health

Anyone in the Equine Assisted World had heard of the legendary EAGALA program - perhaps the first organization to really bring the field out of the realm of purely the...

EAW 7: Carola Beekman - Maheo Equine Assisted Learning

That the Netherlands is a forward thinking country we can all agree – especially when it comes to matters of social welfare. Given that the country also helped give th...

Ep 6: Shea Stewart - Equine Craniosacral, TX

 In our world of Equine Assisted best practices, the subject of horse wellness and horse welfare is paramount. It stands to reason that for a horse to be able to trans...

Ep5: Dr. Stephen Peters, Psy.D., ABN, Equine Neuroscientist - CO, USA

It’s not often that you get to chat with a neuroscientist. Still less often to chat with a neuroscientist that is also a doctor. Still less often to chat with a neuros...

Ep4: Dr. Rebecca Bailey - Equine Polyvagal Institute - CA, USA

Many of you have probably heard of Polyvagal Theory; it’s a bit of a buzzword these days in the mental health community. But what is it exactly? And how does it relate...

EP3: Terri Brosnan - Childvision - Dublin, IRE

Equine Assisted World was partly inspired by the work of an (until now) unsung heroine Terri Brosnan, of ChildVision in Dublin, Ireland. Coming into the field of thera...

EP2: Joy O'Neal - The Red Barn - AL, USA

Sometimes the cutting edge is not where you expect to find it. Way down in Birmingham, Alabama Joy O’Neal’s Red Barn has quietly been creating technology to address th...

Ep1: Joell Dunlap - Square Peg Foundation - CA, USA

Joell Dunlap runs Square Peg Foundation one of the most successful and pioneering equine assisted programs in North America. Starting with a simple idea: how could the...

Pilot Podcast - Equine Assisted World with Rupert Isaacson

In this the Pilot Episode of Equine Assisted World, our host Rupert Isaacson - known for Horse Boy Method, Movement Method and ATHENA - takes us through how the world ...

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