Equine Therapy & Healing Trauma. Maddie Caballo
This week on the podcast, Maddie Caballo.
Maddie is a sought after International Speaker, Educator, Coach, and Equine Facilitator who shares her experience of extreme abuse to enlighten, educate, and encourage others.
First off, a giant thank-you to my sponsors this week:
This episode is sponsored by PESI.
The latest research from neuroscience and psychotherapy has shown we can rewire the brain to facilitate trauma recovery.
Now newly released workbook authored by Jennifer Sweeton, The Trauma Treatment Toolbox, teaches clinicians how to take that brain-based approach to trauma therapy, showing how to effectively heal clients’ brains with straightforward, easy-to-implement treatment techniques.
You can get yours now through PESI and with this exclusive offer to save $10 plus free shipping with code JS10. Go to www.pesi.com/toolbox.
This episode is also sponsored by CPTSD Foundation.
CPTSD Foundation has been successfully equipping complex trauma survivors and practitioners with compassionate support, skills, and trauma-informed education since 2014.
Daily Recovery Support? Yes!
Free Support Groups? Yes!
The Healing Book Club? Yes!
A Weekly Newsletter? Definitely!
Learn more about the CPTSD Foundation here.
At the age of 20, Maddie Caballo was standing at the crossroads of continuing the pattern of intergenerational abuse she’d experienced, or trying to escape the community that had controlled her since birth, and leave with very few skills to survive in a world outside of her control.
Now, Maddie shares her experience with first responders, lawyers, medical providers, therapists, and other professionals of what are the most effective and respectful ways to work with someone with complex trauma, dissociation, and PTSD.
Maddie brings over 25 years of experience in education with an in-depth knowledge of how to apply the teaching to the creative healing experiences. She is helping survivors of abuse and trauma to receive dignified and informed care from professionals.
You know, sometimes all you need is twenty seconds of insane courage. Just literally twenty seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it.