August 20, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
1140 Lehigh St
Boulder, CO 80305
CAP Boulder: breakfast Talk: Catherine Mathon, MA, LPC, on Equine Assisted Therapy: history, how it works, and how it helps Gifted and Twice exceptional individuals
Speaker: Catherine Mathon, MA, LPC
Topic: Equine Assisted Therapy: history, how it works, and how it helps Gifted and Twice-exceptional individuals
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy has become a popular modality in the past decade. After introducing a brief history of Equine Assisted Therapy, the various types of therapy, Catherine will review how Equine Assisted therapy works, what is the role of horses and why their improves and facilitates the therapeutic process with Gifted and Twice Exceptional (2e) Individuals.
Location: Talk is at the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute: 1140 Lehigh Street, Boulder, CO 80305. Here’s a link with Directions: https://www.boulderpsych.com/directions.php. You can register at the Colorado Association for Psychotherapists website. Again please do not park in front of houses on the block. Park across the street on the south side of Bear Creek Park.
Important: Please park across the street on the south side of Bear Creek Park. This is a residential neighborhood, and we need to keep the neighbors happy.
Speaker Bio: Deborah Bowman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, certified Gestalt therapist and has been in private practice for 32 years. She retired after 28 years as a Naropa University professor where she founded Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Wilderness Therapy, and the Naropa Community Counseling Center. She was a founding member of the Boulder Friends of Jung and is author of several books including The Female Buddha: Discovering the Heart of Liberation and Love.
Register at www.coloradopsychotherapists.org/calendar and select this event or call Carol O’Dowd, CAP President, at (720) 244-2299.