Meet Jules

11959988_10153202101048137_4377551618251320572_nJules has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and a number of years of experience working as a Social Worker.  She served as a Group Home/Family Support Worker, a Behavior Support Worker for the School Board, and as a Children’s Services Investigator. Over the past thirteen years of her life, she has devoted time to her children, home, and animals.  Through these experiences, she has developed a deep appreciation of the importance of relationships and attachment in life’s journey.  Jules believes that we are constantly learning about ourselves through others, animals, and humans alike.  With Rein Forth Equine, she is excited to combine her two passions: people and horses – providing inspiration to each other in life’s journey.

Jules’s experience with horses stems from a “horse crazy” mentality and over 40 years of western pleasure riding.  She has owned and cared for horses the past 20 years. Throughout this time, Jules has attended numerous horse clinics and coaching including Western riding, Horsemanship, Reining instruction and Cowboy Challenge workshops through numerous trainers including  Trevor Mertes (Horses that Work Equine), Ross Hanson (Ross Hanson Horsemanship), Dan Alliban (Kaliber Equine), & Steve Rother (Rother Horsemanship) where she completed her Level 1, as well as Cowboy Challenge instruction via Jim Anderson.  Jules has also been a participant on the Wild Rose Riders Drill team for 4 years (2 of which she acted as Team Captain).  She continues to grow her equine experience with ongoing education and training – she is looking forward to an upcoming clinic with Tom Maury this Spring 2019.  Jules is a certified Equine Facilitated Wellness Learning Professional and Equine Professional through EFW-Can

efwlogoequinefacilitatedwellness.org

Certifications and Training:

  • EFW- CAN Certification as an Equine Facilitated Wellness Learning Professional and an Equine Professional
  • Childhood Anxiety Seminar via Institute of Childhood Psychology with Tammy Schamuhn (Feb 2019)
  • Managing Anxiety at School and at Home Training Session (Oct 2018)
  • Trauma Competency Training with Eric Gentry Ph.d (Nov 2018)
  • Explorations Workshop -EFW – Can
  • Focus 1 Training: Core Concepts & Focus 2 Training: Scope of Practice – EFW – Can
  • Integration Training – EFW- Can
  • Intensive I: Attachment-Based Development Theory -Neufeld Institute ()ct 2016)
  • Science of Emotion- Neufeld Institute (Feb 2017)
  • Resilience, Recovery & Relationship towards Floursihing Children & Youth – Neufeld Institute (Nov 2017)
  • Emotion Focused Family Therapy (April 2018)
  • Level One Horsemanship – Steve Rother (April 2017)
  • Equine Communication Patterns – Rocking Star Ranch (2017)
  • Roping Clinic – Rocking Star Ranch (2017)
  • Cattle Sorting Clinic – Rocking Star Ranch (2018)
  • Equine First Aid Training – Rocking Star Ranch (June 2018)
  • First Aid/ CPR Level C (Lifesaving Society)
  • WHMIS
  • IMG_2520

    Memberships:

    • Equine Facilitated Wellness Canada Society
    • Alberta Equestrian Federation
    • Early Years Igniters Leadership Program/first2000days Mountain View County Early childhood Coalition

    Jules believes in ongoing education and has completed the Neufeld Intensive Level 1 and Heart Matters: Science of Emotion via the Neufeld institute, both of which provide her with up to date information (from the Attachment perspective) of the Psychological development of children. In Nov 2017 Jules attended a 3 day Neufeld Conference focusing on “Resilience, Recovery, & Relationship Towards Flourishing children & Youth”. She is proud to have been nominated and selected as an “Ignitor” for the first2000days Mountain View County Early Childhood Coalition in Didsbury, Alberta.  The goal of this program is to impact children and families within the community in such as way as to positively influence growth and development of children and promote healthy families within the county

    sshot-2

    sshot-9