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Mindful Stridz offers an integrative approach to healing & mental health that brings together somatic approaches, equine-assisted psychotherapy, interpersonal neurobiology & mindfulness skills to support the body, mind & spirit.

Psychotherapist in Longmont, CO - Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy and Psychotherapy Sessions

Traumatic experiences and challenges in life can be stressful, hard, and painful. It can sometimes take a toll on the body to recover and manage stressors more effectively. Mindful Stridz adopts a whole-person approach through Integrative Healing that includes equine-assisted psychotherapy sessions in Longmont, CO and mindfulness tools and practices to help individuals recover and feel more resilient. 

Equine assisted psychotherapy sessions near Boulder, CO can help you overcome your anxiety, lower stress levels, manage depression and find the necessary balance needed to manage these aspects while recovering from the emotional and mental toll it’s taken.

Are you ready to go beyond coping and begin the process of healing?

Have you tried other healing modalities without fully accessing the change you want to see in your life? Are you ready to commit to therapy in a different way, one that involves choice and creativity, while accessing the various aspects of yourself in a meaningful and validating way? Giving yourself the gift of support is a brave and powerful move forward. You may be seeking out a listening ear while you are going through a loss, or you may be struggling with developing the relationships you want and need. Whatever it may be, I am here to help when you are ready.

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Psychotherapist Near Boulder, CO

My name is Erin Tanner Jospé (she/her) and I have been a psychotherapist for over 16 years and offer the opportunity to incorporate nature and horses into therapy sessions at the beautiful Wildsong Ranch, near Boulder, CO. I am also a Certified Mindfulness and Yoga Teacher and incorporate these modalities into therapy session as needed. I am an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist, certified by Natural Lifemanship. I often partner with horses to help guide individuals in the areas of healthy connection to self and others through the process of developing intra and interpersonal awareness. My work includes support through loss, depression, anxiety, social and sensory challenges, and major and minor life transitions. 

I love helping individuals explore their authentic path and purpose in life.

If you are suffering, please reach out. Suffering is a normal part of life, but we aren’t usually taught how to work with it in a kind and compassionate way. You are not alone and I will be on this path with you. I invite you to contact me for a free 15-minute consult.

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“Secure, attended relationships begin with connection.” 

—Natural Lifemanship

When we work with horses, we must learn to communicate and connect with them, using non-verbal cues and body language. This can be a powerful experience, as it requires us to be fully present in the moment and attuned to our own emotions and body sensations.

I am an Equine Assisted Psychotherapist...

Certified by Natural Lifemanship

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a therapeutic approach that involves working with horses as part of a mental health treatment program. The idea behind EAP is that horses can help people develop self-awareness, improve their communication skills, and build emotional resilience. Horses are highly intuitive and sensitive animals that are able to pick up on our non-verbal cues and emotional states. Through working with horses, people can learn more about themselves and their relationships with others.

One of the key benefits of EAP is the opportunity to develop a deep connection with horses. Horses are social animals that have evolved to live in herds, and as such, they are highly attuned to social dynamics and emotional states. When we work with horses, we must learn to communicate with them on their terms, using non-verbal cues and body language. This can be a powerful experience, as it requires us to be fully present in the moment and attuned to our own emotions and body sensations.

The connection with horses can also help people overcome feelings of isolation and disconnection. Horses are non-judgmental and accepting, and they can provide a sense of comfort and companionship that may be lacking in people’s lives. In addition, working with horses requires us to be in a state of mindfulness and focus, which can help us overcome negative thought patterns and increase our sense of well-being.

EAP has been used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addiction, and eating disorders. It is often used in conjunction with other forms of therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychotherapy.

The way I work with horses and humans is a powerful therapeutic approach that can help people develop self-awareness, improve their communication skills, and build emotional resilience. The connection with horses is a key part of the EAP experience, as it provides an opportunity to develop a deep sense of connection and emotional awareness.

Erin Tanner Jospé is an Experienced Psychotherapist with Specialties in:

Integrative Psychotherapy Practices:

  • Somatic psychotherapy
  • Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction
  • Internal Family Systems Therapy
  • Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Psychotherapy 

Populations treated:

  • Women 
  • Teens/Adolescents

Comprehensive Treatment

Erin is compassionate about her client’s health and wellness and has helped many patients work through trauma and challenging life experiences. An integrative healing approach allows a deeper dive to uncover and deal with underlying root causes affecting the individual’s mental health.

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  • Do you struggle with anxiety and can’t seem to find the energy you need to be optimistic about life?
  • Are you facing a challenging period in your life and finding it difficult to cope?
  • Have you recently lost a loved one and are needing support?
  • Do you want help reaching your potential and being the best version of yourself?

Erin Tanner Jospé, a Mindful Stridz Psychotherapist in Longmont near Boulder, CO has made breakthrough positive changes in women and and teens facing various challenges. Her practice instills a healing and mindful living outlook as part of the way forward.

We cannot always predict how things will be, but we can work on coping and managing as they come our way.

How I am different...

Anxiety & stress reduction specialist

I am a certified Mindfulness Teacher and Somatic Psychotherapist. I have been in the field of stress reduction and mind/body connection since 1998. My integrative wellness approach helps clients build skills that result in a more positive relationship with their body and mind.

Grief/Loss & Bereavement Support

Everyone grieves differently, and we are not meant to grieve alone. Some of my client’s are parents who have had a stillborn or miscarriage loss, others are children who have lost a loved one, such as a sibling or parent. The horses at Wildsong Ranch are amazing partners on this often challenging journey. We are here for you.

Learn to build healthy relationships and make choices that help you thrive

Interpersonal skills are the skills that enable people to communicate, interact, and work effectively with others. These skills are important in a wide variety of settings, including personal relationships, professional environments, and social situations. Some examples of skills include: Communication skills, Emotional intelligence, Conflict resolution skills, Negotiation skills, and Leadership skills Developing strong interpersonal skills can help you build positive relationships with others, handle difficult situations more effectively, and achieve your goals more successfully.

Key Healing Areas Helping You Gain Your Confidence and Improve Your Mental Wellness

Over the years, Erin has worked with patients who experienced post-partum grief, loss, motherhood, stress, anxiety, and many other factors that directly impact the health of the mind. Her successful treatment approach is backed by her years of experience.

You don’t have to go through challenges alone. Instead, get the help you need to regain your mental and emotional balance and start thriving in your life on all levels. If you’re looking for a compassionate, skilled, and experienced psychotherapist in Boulder, CO, contact Erin Tanner Jospe today.

What our clients are saying...

“Erin is warm and inviting and has a natural ability to make you feel safe and accepted. Her workshop retreat with horses is so much fun and so relaxing."
Homa N.
“Erin makes her clients feel safe and heard with her kindness, her depth of presence, and her ability to listen with compassion and sensitively guide her clients to their own truth.”
Alice G

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