Jo Moulton

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Jo Moulton
Equine Facilitated Learning Coach, Psychotherapist
Jo is passionate about supporting others to connect with their resources in order to lead more satisfying, joyful and resilient lives. Fascinated by psychology from a young age, as well as finding deep enjoyment from being in nature and with animals, she started training as a ‘person-centred’ counsellor in 2010 and more recently completed the equine-facilitated learning practitioner training at ETC. Since her early training, she has developed her personal and professional practice in trauma-informed ‘somatic’ or body-orientated therapy, with a particular focus on ‘neurobiology’, or understanding how our nervous system influences our experiences of health, distress and wellbeing. She has trained to work with children, young people and adults and is BACP accredited. She has felt first-hand how powerful it can be to connect with the body’s intuition and other resources, and how horses by their nature can support us with a range of a range of powerful therapeutic experiences including healing from trauma, recovering from chronic anxiety and depression, supporting healthy grieving and developing healthier boundaries, self-worth and assertiveness. She has also been deeply influenced by prior experiences working as a manager and trainer within children and young people’s mental health, as a lecturer on counselling training, within foster care, the criminal justice system and communications within charities. As well as offering equine-facilitated sessions at ETC, she holds a private practice where she offers psychotherapy and clinical supervision to others. She enjoys yoga, swimming, walks, connecting with nature and playing hide-and-seek in the woods with her young family

Thank you so much for your support in working with me through this, it's been an amazing journey - I feel so much lighter.”

Client

After the accident the world was a different place for my son, thank you for giving us back our little boy.”

Mum

I went to see the family last night and I was really pleased with the progress, thank you so much for your hard work.”

Family Therapist