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E6: Creating Personal Development & Wellbeing EAL Workshops - NEVADA

  • Friday, June 09, 2017
  • 8:00 AM
  • Sunday, June 11, 2017
  • 5:00 PM
  • RENO, NV
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3 day arena seminar held 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM each day

Friday, June 9th through Sunday, June 11th, 2017

EARLY BIRD PRICE $925 / person through May 10th; Our REGULAR PRICE $1000 / person May 11th to June 2nd.

NOTE: Registration closes 7 days prior to event. 

IMPORTANT:  This class has prerequisites (see below for details)

Host:  Kathy Milbeck 

Contact: Phone:  775-786-2424 

Email: kathleen@equinemity.net

Location: Reno, NV

website: www.equinemity.net

For more info select this link for a flyer.

Course Description: This course is a 3 day small group hands-on class to assist students who want to utilize E3A's approach to Personal Development & Wellbeing workshops.  We will take you step-by-step through the workshop planning and delivery process.  You will learn how to design personal development workshops to address issues such as:

  • Self-awareness and self-discovery
  • Dealing with change
  • Overcoming obstacles
  • Boundaries
  • Life balance
  • Limiting beliefs
  • Goal-setting
  • Communication
  • Overcoming fear
  • Building self-confidence
  • Values clarification
  • Authenticity
  • And much more, including how to work with special populations, such as parent, youth groups, recovery groups, etc. 

Facilitating Personal Development & Wellbeing workshops can be tricky because the powerful work with the horses can lead your clients deeply into their own personal issues.  We'll show you how to facilitate the issues that arise without getting into psychotherapy territory.  (Hint: It's all about the question and your focus).   Find out how to utilize the E3A Transformative Model presented in the E5 teleclass.  See in action how the E3A Facilitation Method has been augmented to allow you to target personal development & wellbeing issues. 

We'll also introduce new horse activities and ways to modify existing horse activities for Personal Development & Wellbeing workshops.

NOTE:  This is an enrichment class, and does not result in any sort of certification.

Because E3A believes that doing Personal Development & Wellbeing workshops requires advanced facilitation skills, the following are prerequisites for taking this course:

  • E5: Introduction to Personal Development & Wellbeing teleclass AND
  • Level I E3A Certified Practitioner status

 OR

  • E5: Introduction to Personal Development & Wellbeing teleclass AND
  • The following classes:  C1: Introduction to the Equine Experiential Education Facilitation Method teleclass, C2: Foundations of Equine Experiential Education Facilitation, and C3: Advanced Equine Experiential Education Facilitation (or their equivalents--call if you are not sure)

 OR

  • E5: Introduction to Personal Development & Wellbeing teleclass AND
  • The following classes:  C1: Introduction to the Equine Experiential Education Facilitation Method teleclass, C2: Foundations of Equine Experiential Education Facilitation (or their equivalents) AND
  • Certification by another EAL organization or trainer (e.g. PATH, EAGALA, O K Corral, EPONA, EGEA, Kathy Pike, Innovative Horizons, etc.) (If you are not sure if your certification meets the requirements, please email us at staff@e3assoc.org so that we can review the program). 

 Please contact us at 775-386-2530 or email us at staff@e3assoc.org with questions.  If you have not taken C1 or C2, please check the calendar.  There are several C1, C2 and C3 workshops scheduled prior to the dates of this workshop.  E5 will be offered prior to this workshop. Still unsure?  Call us and we'll help you determine if this or other training is appropriate for you.  

Phone: 775-376-2530
Email: staff@e3assoc.org 

Address:
PO Box 33912 
Reno, Nevada 89533

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