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Equilore - Equine Therapy and Learning

The name Equilore is derived from Equus Lorem, which means Therapy Horses. After more than ten years of work experience in the field of psychology and horsemanship, I decided to combine my passion for horses and career in psychology and founded Equilore in 2017. I believe…

The name Equilore is derived from Equus Lorem, which means Therapy Horses. After more than ten years of work experience in the field of psychology and horsemanship, I decided to combine my passion for horses and career in psychology and founded Equilore in 2017. I believe the power of working with horses lies within the fact that not everything has to be discussed verbally, but that learning takes place, not through talking per se but through gaining an experience and processing thoughts and emotions through interaction, engagement and being with the horses.

At Equilore I aim to provide a service where people can grow and enhance their self-awareness, confidence, emotional wellbeing and acquire new skills. Please contact me for more information or for an informal chat about what services may be most suitable for you. Along with my horses I am here to help you improve your understanding of your personal journey and life experiences.

 

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Loes Koorenhof
Contact Position
Chartered Psychologist
Telephone
07787402236
E-mail
LKequilore@gmail.com
Website
Equine Assisted Therapy
Notes

As a Chartered Psychologist (British Psychological Society) and a qualified Equine Facilitated Psychotherapist (LEAP) I work with horses to help people learn more about themselves, either as a coaching tool or through psychological treatment. Check out my LinkedIn profile for more information. 

Very brief about my previous work experience. I have a BSc in neuropsychology, an MSc in rehabilitation psychology and a PhD in Clinical Neuroscience. I have worked with a variety of different mental health problems with young people, adolescents and adults with an often complex mixture of mental and physical disabilities such as Autism, Down’s syndrome, ADHD/ADD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Depression/ Low mood, Anxiety, Trauma, Abuse, Neuropsychological difficulties, Acquired Brain Injury, and Epilepsy. Alongside my studies I have worked as a carer with young people and adults with learning difficulties and autism spectrum syndrome. I also worked as an assistant psychologist at the National Society of Epilepsy where, alongside clinical work, I researched the effectiveness of memory rehabilitation. During my PhD I investigated different symptom clusters within Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). For several years I worked at the University of Exeter on a research project into young people who had experienced a history of abuse. During a further project I highlighted the gap in neuropsychological services in the NHS for children with Acquired Brain Injury and their families.

Where to go

Name
Pool Farm
Address
Mill Road
Stratton Audley
Bicester
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX27 9AJ
Notes

Location Equilore on google maps. Located in the beautiful country side of Stratton Audley Village, the pictoresque location of Equilore is also a wedding barn. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Friday 9am untill 6pm. Upon agreement, sessions could be available on Sundays between May - October
Session Information
Sessions usually last between 60-90 minutes. Group sessions would be longer.

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
from £35 Per session
Details

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Availability

Age Ranges
from 7 upwards

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Adults
Carers

Notes

I aim to provide a flexible service adjusted to your and your child's need.

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 15/02/2018

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