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SPEAKING

The typical client that we speak for is those who are in the position of helping others. We seek to inform and inspire those that are in careers such as first responders, medical professionals, dental professionals, educators, philanthropist organizations, and mental health clinicians in understanding complex trauma from a clients perspective. Although Maddie is an avid horsewoman, her speaking is not tailored to equine professionals. 
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MOST REQUESTED PRESENTATIONS

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Increasing cooperation with complex trauma victims

Social media often casts dissociative identity disorder (DID) as a rare and frightening "disability". In fact, DID and dissociation are brilliant coping skills used when humans experience extreme circumstances where they cannot physically remove themselves. Maddie explains what you need to know to increase the cooperation of victims with complex trauma in a simplified way leaving the learner with a new perspective.

 
#MeToo
The "Me Too" Movement 

The "Me Too" Movement spread virally in October 2017 as a hashtag on social media demonstrating the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace. This presentation, Maddie shares her personal experience of sexual assault as an adult while also touching on some of the most publicized cases. Participants will gain a better understanding of how to recognize sexual assault/sexual abuse and gain skills on what to do for the victim.

Healing Complex Trauma Doesn't Happen on a Couch
Change Your Thought Patterns

Traditionally, therapy for complex trauma is thought of as sitting in an office talking with a professional about the experience that happened and learning to change your thought patterns in relation to the event. What we now know is that complex trauma is a whole body experience that often responds more quickly to modalities that allow the trauma to be released through the body such as equine therapy, yoga, art, meditation, massage, and many others. This presentation includes a personal case study of the notable difference between methods.

 
Born for Abuse
Growing Up Ritually Abused

Traditionally, therapy for complex trauma is thought of as sitting in an office talking with a professional about the experience that happened and learning to change your thought patterns in relation to the event. What we now know is that complex trauma is a whole body experience that often responds more quickly to modalities that allow the trauma to be released through the body such as equine therapy, yoga, art, meditation, massage, and many others. This presentation includes a personal case study of the notable difference between methods.