Connection & Harmony

Lessons from Horses, Oct. 7-9, 2022

This is the third event in our series of Lessons from Horses where we blend horse and human psychology. We covered leadership and communication over the summer. The topic for this clinic will be announced soon. Mark your calendars and tighten your cinches for our third deep dive!

About your Instructors:
Brenda Murrow, Ph.D.
Dr. Murrow is a licensed psychologist who leads Connection Therapy, a private practice focused on serving rural communities in three locations. The multiple populations served by Connection Therapy provide a wide range of concerns that Dr. Murrow and her team are able to support. Prior to practicing in Kansas, Dr. Murrow spent two years as a post-doctoral fellow at the Reiss-Davis Child Study Center in Los Angeles. She also is an adjunct professor who has taught graduate-level courses in psychological assessment, theory, research, and statistics. Dr. Murrow has completed research projects and had work published in the areas of animal-assisted therapy and how attachment affects development.
Matea Babcock
As a horse development specialist, Matea understands the horse psychology behind the training. This can fast track your progress. She has been teaching professionally for the last 9 years and her experience in the horse industry ranges from colt starting, and trail riding green horses to working with gaited horses, and cow working. Her focus is on helping you excel with your horse. Whether you are just starting out or need help fine tuning your lead changes, this clinic will challenge and empower you!

Time: 9:00am-4:00pm

*Proof of current negative coggin’s required.

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