Lead a Horse to Water


In this episode of the podcast I'm in conversation with Jenny Eicher from Equine Centred.

Jenny has been involved with horses her whole life. She has a BSc in psychology doing her dissertation on foals understanding of human given cues.

After graduating from university, Jenny went on to train as a Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Equine Therapist. She also studied Applied Equine Behaviour to instructor level in groundwork and qualified as an Equine Behaviourist having completed the  Natural Animal Centre Equine Behaviour Qualification.

A lifetime around horses  and a passion for learning have lead Jenny to study natural horsemanship and most recently positive reinforcement and clicker training.

In addition to her business Equine Centred through which  she teaches and promotes standards of equine management and training in line with LIMA, Jenny has worked in the field of Equine Therapy and Counselling for 10 years as Programme Director for IFEEL  who provide qualifications for Equine Facilitated Human Development and Psychotraumatology, for the Dare to Live Trust Charity as an Equine facilitator working with military veterans and she also runs a human counselling private practice, Integrated Psychotherapeutic Solutions.

Jenny combines all this with caring for her two horses and a busy family life with her young son.

To sign up for the FREE Positive Equine Conference which takes place between 17th and 30th October visit the website and make sure to sign up before October 17th 2020.

I personally look forward to speaking to you at the conference on Sunday 25th October at 7.00pm GMT


LIMA and humane hierarchy as mentioned by Jenny.


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