Dare to Live – Inspired Change – Live Life
IFEAL provides personal and professional development change programmes for individuals, groups or enterprising organisations looking to establish growth and success. We offer transformational experiences that create opportunities to access valuable learning insights and develop embodied mindfulness by working with a free ranging herd of horses. The IFEAL methodology accelerates transformational change through ‘implicit learning processes that are a direct felt experience’ and this develops high sensory awareness in individuals in order that any situation is dynamically assessed and outcomes are intelligently effected. Our consultants facilitate powerful experiences that optimise life and relationship coherence, professional growth and organisational success.
Previous experience with horses is not a requirement for any Equine Facilitated process.
IFEAL Qualifications for Equine Facilitator Training is an interdisciplinary vocational education for medical and mental health professionals, educators, equine professionals, health and well-being practitioners and all business professionals who want to professionally master the art of employing horses in the field of human development. The Diploma (equivalent to degree level) is certified by Crossfields Institute and Pearson Assured* by Pearson Education Ltd, the UK’s largest awarding organisation. The trainings are an evidenced based bio-psycho-social approach of the theoretical methodology and outcomes of Equine Facilitation.
* Pearson Assured is a service that assures the quality of the processes underpinning the design, delivery, quality assurance and/or assessment of the organisation’s own education or training programmes.
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