Interested in learning more about the topics of equine-assisted trauma recovery, trauma-informed horsemanship, and the horse-human relationship from the lens of the polyvagal theory, attachment theory, Somatic Experiencing®, and relational rupture and repair work? Check out the following podcasts featuring Sarah and be sure to visit this page for updates as more are added.
Not interested in the horse-human relationship but still curious about some of these topics? Check out Sarah’s podcasts on Accidental Gods for how this material applies to human-human contexts.
The Journey On Podcast with Warwick Schiller
Episode 30: March 2021 – Trauma-Informed Horsemanship and Decolonizing Horsemanship
Accidental Gods Podcast with Manda Scott
Unlike the other podcasts listed below, the Accidental Gods podcasts are not horse-human relationship-specific, but more focused on humans.
Podcast 2: May 22, 2020 (episode 23)
Podcast 1: May 1, 2020 (episode 21) See’rs, Be-ers, Knowers and Doers with Heather Drummond
May 28, 2020 Episode: Intuition and Listening to Animals as Messengers
HorseChats with Glynis Cox
May 27, 2020 Episode: Trauma-Informed Horsemanship
March 14, 2020 Episode: Trauma-Informed Horsemanship
Therapist-Assisted Horsemanship with Sarah Schlote
Episode 1: May 4, 2020 – Interview with Warwick Schiller
The Whole Horse Podcast with Alexa Linton
Podcast 3: March 26, 2020 (episode 51)
Podcast 2: January 3, 2019 (episode 24)
Podcast 1: September 21, 2018 (episode 21)
The Power of Partnering with Horses in Healing with Michelle Holling-Brooks
2019 Virtual Conference
Come Along for the Ride with Tracy Malone
April 2, 2019 Episode
I am passionate about the mammalian connection between horse and human and how we can co-regulate and partner with each other in the healthiest of ways. To relate on all levels of partnership — physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Then to notice how these practices carry into our human relationships and roles. Not to mention how fun it is to “speak horse” — to understand a horse’s view and to recognize their ancient wisdom in the natural world. To feel into how this level of relationship is often missing in our modern world. To notice how trusting horses are of the human predator nature while being a natural prey animal.