Welcome to EAGALA in Australia and New Zealand
Part of the global network of more than 4,500 EAGALA practitioners across 50 countries. The Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Personal Develoment EAGALA model is an experiential solution focused modality that supports clients to recognise patterns of behaviour and learn how to effect change. Underpinned by well researched psychotherapy and lerning theory, the EAGALA model has a global and growing body of research attesting to the efficacy and positive outcomes the model facilitates.
Strengthen the EAGALA Pacific professional community to attain deeper and wider recognition of the EAGALA model, increase access across client populations and collaborate as a professional community to uphold and advance quality practice, develop programs, measure outcomes and contribute to the evidence.
Engage with your EAGALA Member Professional Community
EAGALA Pacific group leaders welcome all EAGALA members to regular group meetings. Join us to network with professional colleagues, share best practice, continue to develop as professional practitioners, share experience and build our community.
Region Coordinator EAGALA Pacific:
Michelle Black, Email: Pacific@eagala.org , 0475 197 157
Australia Network Groups
- EAGALA Queensland - Helen Sorensen, email@example.com, 07-54788239
- EAGALA Victoria - Fay McCormack, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0011 61 0431 260 064
- EAGALA Sydney - Tara Sutton, email@example.com, 0419 157 450 and Kristin Maloney, Kristin@ansacounselling.com.au
- Tasmanian EAGALA - Sally Beaumont, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0458 488 822
- EAGALA Northern NSW - Sally Mills, www.equinelearningandtherapycentre.com
New Zealand Network Groups
- New Zealand (Bay of Plenty) - Claire Cornwell, email@example.com, 07 3332987
- New Zealand - Renee Keenan, firstname.lastname@example.org, + 64 276015929
- New Zealand (Whanganui/Taranaki) - Mark Wood, email@example.com, + 64 2201 84 227
- New Zealand (WaiKanae South) - Jane Weggery, firstname.lastname@example.org, 027 222 3899
EAGALA Pacific Focus Groups
- Horse Safety & Well Being Focus Group
Convenor: Holly Ohlson Email: email@example.com
- Research Focus Group
Convenor: Naomi Rossthorn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next EAGALA Training
NEW Online EAGALA Business Essentials Program:
This is an EAGALA on-line program specifically designed for EAGALA professionals to support you in establishing a successful, highly professional and sustainable business. This program will make a tremendous difference saving costly time and money not messaging, valuing or putting important business practices into place.
View a FREE Introduction to the EAGALA Business Essentials Program:
- Register by clicking on the following link: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/3828606519170593538
- After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the free recorded webinar.
- Join the webinar, watch the session and be sure to answer the quick questions at the end so we can help you more.
Contact Michelle Black, EAGALA Pacific Regional Director, at email@example.com for more information or to register your interest to sign up for the next course.
Registration NOW OPEN for the next scheduled program – commences Thursday evening, 2nd February USA time.
Friday, February 3, 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM AEDT (Australia time)
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM MST (USA Mountain time)
After registering, you will receive an email from the system confirming your registration. In addition, you will receive an email from the EAGALA Team to welcome you to the program and provide an invoice for payment or set up of a payment plan which is required prior to commencement of the program.
In the Media
July 2015: Equine Alliance with Helen Sorensen in the media. (attachment below)
September 2014: Article in the Advertiser (NSW, Australia) on new schools student leadership program with EAGALA practitioner Dave Hollier
6 June 2013: Rodney Times "Healing power of horses" by Edna Heled on EAGALA in New Zealand at Dune Lakes Lodge
Australian Association of Social Workers, Swift - Autumn 2010 issue, "Could a horse help you and your clients?" by Tiffany Carmichael, pages 8-9.
Equine Assisted Learning at Horse Sense for Humans
By Tiffany Carmichael, Equine Specialist and Director, Horse Sense For Humans
Equine Assisted Learning in Schools & Student Wellbeing: Article in Active Education Magazine 2010 by Helen Gorfine
"Find Yourself", Free Rein Australia, Cindy Jacobs: Surf Coast Times, On Line Jan 10th 2011, page 7
Gail Morley, Occupational Therapist/ Case Manager, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Specialist Services, New Zealand. Bay of Plenty Times, 23rd March, 2011.
Lisa Wilkinson, Equispark.com, EAGALA Training April 2011, Wellington, New Zealand.
EAGALA Model schools program in New Zealand
Community Health Service introduces EAGALA Model Program, Victoria
EAGALA Pacific Conference & EAGALA Model Program information in Horsewyse Magazine Spring Issue 2012 out now.