114. Change + Loss: Saying Goodbye to Beau
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by Jill Treece
4M ago
Hi friends, this week's ep starts out light covering some updates around my health journey, acne, etc and turned into quite a heavy one covering something I've been avoiding talking about for a while now. I wasn't really sure when I started the episode that I'd ever go there so apologies for the tone shift. Even in the episode I say it happened a few months ago, but only in looking back have I realized it was actually nearly a year ago, December 5th that Hearthrob, Beau, Beaubie passed. Even now, having not seen him in years, and knowing it's been almost a year since his passing, I'm strugglin ..read more
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P2. Separation Anxiety When Left Behind | AMA
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by Jill Treece
4M ago
This is the second of the premium feed episodes discussing a horse with anxiety about being left behind when his pasture mates leave. Here's the AMA for this episode... Want to hear the full episode? Have a question about horses, training or life you’d like me to cover? Become a premium feed subscriber at ⁠https://equitheory.supercast.com ..read more
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113. 25 Things About Horses I Wish I'd Known Sooner
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by Jill Treece
5M ago
Hello friends, this episode is exactly what it seems to be! 25 things I've learned in my time working with horses that I wish I'd known sooner and believe are worth sharing. Enjoy! "they wouldn't do it if they didn't want to" is a myth respect is often conflated / confused with obedience punishment only teaches horses to conceal their worries, fears, pain, discomfort it's not cool or a badge of honor to ride a "hot" horse it's not a disservice to or waste of the horse to not exploit their talent + athleticism regulating bodies do not always safeguard the horse's best interest + welfare tradit ..read more
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112. Training + Growing are Overwhelming
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by Jill Treece
5M ago
Hello friends, this episode is accidentally a more raw and vulnerable one. I start out catching you all up on Zoë + Azula and move into some more serious thoughts on training, mixing reinforcements (don't be scared now), my relationship with social media, and my dilemmas/paralysis when it comes to training and choosing my path. Enjoy! Show Notes + Episode's Page on EquiTheory.com: ⁠https://equitheory.com/episodes/112⁠ Premium Feed: ⁠⁠https://equitheory.supercast.com/⁠⁠ Discord Server: ⁠⁠https://discord.gg/w3Beu8aff2⁠⁠ Listener Survey: ⁠⁠https://forms.gle/UPetxzw5HuVHRuz79 ..read more
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111. The Body Keeps the Score (pt.3) | BookTalk
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by Jill Treece
5M ago
Ok friends! We're on the third + final part of this booktalk series covering The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk. This section details about the treatment + recovery discussions in the book, specifically how important our role as an attuned "attachment figure" is in our relationships with our horses - especially those equine friends who are struggling with some traumatic fallout. We'll go in to depth about how some modern psychotherapy approaches might inspire our own treatment interventions with the horses. Enjoy! Show Notes + Episode's Page on EquiTheory.com: ⁠https://equit ..read more
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P1. Sudden Nipping, Kicking + Separation Anxiety | AMA
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by Jill Treece
5M ago
Welcome to the first premium episode (hence P1 for premium episode 1) for subscribers only! This ep covers a horse that is struggling with some separation anxiety and some aggressive behaviors. Here's the AMA for this episode ..read more
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110. The Body Keeps the Score (pt.2) | BookTalk
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by Jill Treece
5M ago
Alright alright alright everyone! We're at part 2 of this booktalk series over The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk. This episode covers the 3 avenues to recovery from trauma with the primary focus on developing an understanding of reactivity and problem behavior through the lens of trauma. We're applying the concepts from research on humans to valuable principles to use in our approach to working with horses. Enjoy! Show Notes + Episode's Page on EquiTheory.com: https://equitheory.com/episodes/110 Premium Feed: https://equitheory.supercast.com/ Discord Server: https://discord.gg/w ..read more
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109. The Body Keeps the Score (pt.1) | BookTalk
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by Jill Treece
6M ago
Welcome to the first iteration of a little series I'd like to start on this podcast! Imagine a book club of sorts where I apply concepts from books I'm reading (horse related or not) to work with horses! So, in this ep, I discuss applying Bessel van der Kolk's "The Body Keeps the Score" to training and working with horses with a bit of a trauma history. This episode is part 1 of this book's episodes as I haven't quite finished all my notes on this one. Look out for part 2! This Episode's Page on EquiTheory.com: https://equitheory.com/episodes/109 See other human-related books I recommend: htt ..read more
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108. Self-Management
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by Jill Treece
6M ago
Hallo hallo! Ready to talk... emo? ...tions? This episode discusses managing our emotions around horses, balancing school, work, and horses, and allowing yourself the permission to live yer life. Plus some bonus explanation of what I've done to combat insomnia in the past (: This Episode's Page on EquiTheory.com: https://equitheory.com/episodes/108 Site: https://equitheory.com Premium Feed: https://equitheory.supercast.com/ Discord Server: https://discord.gg/w3Beu8aff2 Store: https://equitheory.com/shop Listener Survey: https://forms.gle/UPetxzw5HuVHRuz79 Instagram: https://www.instagram.co ..read more
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107. Enhancing Your Connection with Your Horse
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by Jill Treece
6M ago
This ep is basically a speed run of all the things I've learned over the past year that have largely changed my life. All centered around increasing your connection with your horse, this episode goes into mindfulness, perception, intention, some emotional regulation and more. Additionally, I answer a listener question regarding a horse who nips/bites. Here's the question: "I was wondering if you could discuss what a horse who nips means. My mare was scoped and treated for ulcers and I have seen a huge difference in her. She’s done with treatment but usually still nips when you go to pet her. I ..read more
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