This week Richard and Matt talk to Tim Jobe and Bettina Shultz-Jobe from Natural Lifemanship – an equine-assisted psychotherapy practice in Texas that’s helping people and horses together recover and thrive.
Tim Jobe, BS has witnessed powerful transformations and healing in the lives of the humans and horses who have worked with Natural Lifemanship. Tim’s life work is to teach and mentor others in the Natural Lifemanship model so that they too can understand and apply the principles that promote recovery, healthy relationships, well-being and success in all walks of life.
Bettina Shultz-Jobe, LPC is passionate about discovering and utilizing the horse’s full potential for helping humans and teaching and empowering others to do the same. Her passion and mission to utilize horses to do evidence-based practice has contributed to a model in which every aspect of the horse is very intentionally used to help adults and children heal from various forms of trauma, abuse, or neglect.
For more details about the work of Tim, Bettina and their amazing team, please visit the Natural Lifemanship Institute
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