We’re Presenting at HETI 2018 in Dublin

We’re pleased to announce that our proposal has been accepted for presentation at the 16th International Congress of Equine Facilitated Programmes (HETI 2018) in Dublin, Ireland. Our proposal represents a collaboration between The Mane Intent Inc., Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre and Trent University and is titled: “Experiential Learning with Horses: An Innovative Approach to Fostering

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ICAP 2018 Poster Presentation: Fostering Resiliency-Based Competencies in At-Risk Youth

We’re pleased to announce that Dr. Kateryna (Katia) Keefer ‘s proposal for a printed poster has been accepted for presentation at the 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP 2018) conference in Montreal June 26 – 30th, 2018. The title of her printed poster is “Experiential Learning with Horses: An Innovative Approach to Fostering Resiliency-Based

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The Mane Intent part of Grounding Trauma’s 2018 Presenter Community

Building Internal Resilience Through Horses – Trauma-Informed Community-Based Experiential Learning for Women is the topic of a presentation to be delivered by Dr. Katia Keefer and Nicole Oattes of Trent University and Jennifer Garland of The Mane Intent on behalf of Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre. The presentation is being shared with participants at this year’s

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Canadian Health Recovery Centre Now Refers Its Clients to The Mane Intent

“Personally and professionally, I am thrilled to have found Jennifer Garland and her business, The Mane Intent. Jennifer’s style and demeanour immediately impressed me. She exudes kindness, sensitivity, passion and professional boundaries. Initially our Clinical Services staff attended a facilitated equine experiential learning session to better understand how our clients might benefit from this unique

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Heroes are Human: Conference Highlights Need to Support First Responders

“The Mane Intent horses helped me by showing me it is ok to be vulnerable, to be open to the experience and to feel the deep emotions the horses bring.” Participant, Equine Support for Post-Traumatic Growth “This was an absolutely amazing, positive experience.” Participant, Equine Support for Post-Traumatic Growth I had an opportunity to attend

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The Power of Conversations

A conversation can change your world. Bell Canada gets the power of conversations. Bell’s 2015 Let’s Talk Campaign raised $6.1 million for mental health initiatives. In September, George Cope, Bell’s CEO (and #4 on Toronto Life’s list of Toronto’s 50 Most Influential People) announced Bell would commit another $100 million to the project over the next

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