Day Two: July 12, 2017


Tim JobeTim Jobe, BS – USA

A pioneer in the field of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Tim has worked training horses for over 40 years and has helped youth and families overcome adverse life circumstances through EAP for over 25 years. He is one of the founding board members of the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA). He co-developed Natural Lifemanship based on his experiences working with youth and horses, through which he came to understand that the way in which the client builds the relationship with the horse profoundly impacts the therapeutic outcomes accruing from the relationship. Natural Lifemanship horse training principles are specifically designed to apply equally to horse and human relationships, resulting in deeply therapeutic work in the mental health field. Tim spends most of his time teaching the Natural Lifemanship model to others and mentoring EPs and therapists who are practicing and becoming certified in TF-EAP™. Tim and his wife Bettina are actively growing the Natural Lifemanship organization to meet the increasing demand as word about this model’s effectiveness spreads.