Anyone interested in learning more about the way they perceive and react to the world around them can benefit from EFL/P at Equilore. In working with the horses in an outdoor and natural environment people report getting a sense of going back to nature.
Horses mirror our emotions and therefore it is not always necessary to verbally express the struggles you are facing. In this respect, equine therapy forms an alternative to talking therapies whereby clear articulation of a problem may be required to start the work. However, sometimes the horses assist us in creating a narrative of events, thereby helping us verbally express difficult moments or situations. In addition, the experiencing a connection or disconnection with the horses provides people with alternative insights into their personal situation. In some cases, the Equilore horses have picked up on issues before clients are fully aware of them yourselves.
For children and young people horses can really assist in developing communication skills, assertiveness/ confidence, creative thinking, problem solving, leadership skills and work ethic. Connecting to an animal as big as a horse can help with attitude issues and developing better relationships.
Coaching can be helpful for anyone who feels they could benefit from learning more about:
- Self Esteem
- Set boundaries
- Prioritise yourself
- Learning to say no
- Social skill training
- or if simply need some time away from it all
Working on your mental Health by improving your psychological resilience:
- Being bullied?
- Struggling with mental health issues?
- Did you not find conventional therapy helpful?
- Want to learn more about your family dynamics?
- Are you and your partner struggling in your relationship?
Business development learn more about:
- Leadership styles
- Your strengths and weaknesses
- How does your team function?
At Equilore Therapy and Learning I provide psychotherapy, counselling and coaching tailored to your needs. Feel free to call Dr. Loes Koorenhof for a informal chat to discuss your needs and musts.