Our Upcoming Retreats
Pendle Hill Retreat Center
September 30, 2024-October 4, 2024
Debra Redman's retreats offer a unique fusion of breathwork and equine-assisted therapy, specifically designed for Equine Veterinarians and individuals seeking holistic personal growth. These retreats provide a serene environment where participants can engage in transformative practices, fostering mental clarity, emotional balance, and a deeper connection with themselves and nature. Through guided sessions and interaction with horses, attendees experience profound insights and a renewed sense of well-being, all under Debra's expert guidance and the serene backdrop of nature's tranquility.
Meet Debra Redman
Debra Redman is an esteemed life coach with over 15,000 hours of experience, recognized for her unique equine therapy focus. She holds a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology and is known for helping professionals like Equine Veterinarians achieve balance. Debra's diverse client base ranges from corporate lawyers and media professionals to scientists and venture capitalists. She skillfully guides individuals through various life challenges, including career transitions, health crises, and personal growth. Her retreats, blending life coaching with her passion for horses, provide transformative mental and emotional wellness experiences.
Mental Health Matters
Did you know that veterinarians and equine practitioners are more susceptible to mental health illnesses based on their profession? In a recent study of 11,000 veterinarians, here's what we found...
More Likely to Die by Suicide
Suffer from Depressive
Have Thoughts of Suicide or Suicide Ideation
Veterinarians, including equine practitioners, are 4 times more at risk of dying by suicide than the general population.
Experience depressive episodes due to their workplace environment and professional nature.
Of those interviewed, 17% experienced suicide ideation, and 1% said they had actually attempted suicide.
Breathwork is a proven method for improving mental health and a technique we teach at our retreats. Learn more about this ancient strategy to re-center, even in high-stress environments.