Passing on the Healing Power Between Horses and Humans – HIGH Certification

What is it about the incredible healing connection between horses and humans? Research has proven horses do help heal humans, especially those dealing with mental health issues. Come learn how humans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression can benefit from interacting with horses through a Horse Inspired Growth and Healing (HIGH) certification course.


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HIGH Certification Clinic at Sweetbeau Horses

Sweetbeau Horses is offering the opportunity for therapists and anyone interested in experiencing the healing power of horses, a certification course for people to practice or host their own Horse Inspired Growth and Healing courses. Through the course, HIGH participants can explore the understanding of the incredible power of horses healing humans.

Using rescued mustangs as mirrors to human thoughts and feelings, participants will spend three days immersed in meaningful interactions with these special mustangs. Not only will participants grow in their understanding of the healing power of horses, each person will also receive certification in HIGH.

Clinician Suzi Landolphi, LMFT, returns to the Central Coast, September 15-17, 2023, for another inspired session of HIGH – connecting horses and humans.

Pass on the Healing Power of Horses and Humans

Through this HIGH certification course, you will gain valuable life skills that will:

  • Unleash your creativity with the freedom to design unique, therapeutic activities tailored to your clients’ needs.
  • Over twenty groundbreaking HIGH foundational activities, empowering you to create profound transformations.
  • Forge deep, meaningful connections through cutting-edge clinical and non-clinical practices.
  • Ensure peace of mind with essential Safety and Loss Prevention education, keeping you covered for insurance liability.

All participants, whether professional therapists or lay people looking for help, will receive certification though participation. This HIGH certification course can revolutionize your approach to therapy and help anyone tap into the amazing benefits of equine-assisted therapy. This program will open your mind and heart to a world of possibilities and personal growth.

No need to have a horse or horse experience. You will interact with the rescued mustangs of Sweetbeau Horses.

HIGH Certification Clinic Dates and Location

HIGH will take place at Sweetbeau Horses in Creston, CA

September 15-17, 2023

Participant Fees

3-Day Participant Fee: $2,000* (50% of fee is tax deductible)

All fees are due in full five (5) days before the certification course start date. 

*Sweetbeau adopters receive a 20% discount on all certification fees*

Closing date is September 14, 2023.

Sorry, this clinic is NOT open to auditors.

Lodging

Limited on-site lodging available in the renovated bunk house.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites – Atascadero, CA

Home Suites by Hilton – Atascadero, CA

La Quinta Inn – Paso Robles, CA

WHAT TO BRING

  • Wear and bring layers, as temperatures can fluctuate throughout the day.
  • Baseball caps or hats with sun brims are highly recommended. 
  • Sunscreen and bug repellent.
  • Closed toed shoes are required. Helmets encouraged.
  • A camp chair is recommended.

What will be provided

Morning:  coffee, juice, water and muffins

Lunch:  sandwich platter, salads, snacks, water and drinks

Dinner:  BBQ Saturday only

Register

Click the box below to get certified for Horse Inspired Growth and Healing


***ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST SIGN A HORSE ACTIVITIES RELEASE**

If you have any questions, please reach out to trainer@sweetbeauhorses.org.


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