Horse Spirit Connections presents:

The Way of the Horse, an interview with Kathleen Barry Ingram.


Radio Interviews:  Listen to Kathleen’s recent interviews regarding her work with equine facilitated learning.

Kathleen Ingram interviewed by Jennifer Oikle, Ph.D. on Healing with Horse 2013 Tele-Summit (
Discover the three ways you can use the limbic system’s natural functioning to create change for your clients while in relationship with horses and learn how to make that change STICK!  Limbic Lessons: Click here to listen

Kathleen Barry Ingram interviewed by Veronica Entwistle on Paradigm Shifters  (BBSRadio):
Kathleen Ingram on “Paradigm Shifters:” Click here to listen

Kathleen Barry Ingram interviewed by Julie Jacobs on Heart to Heart (Believe in the Moment Radio):

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Kathleen Barry Ingram interview by Jennifer Oikle, Ph.D. on Healing with Horse 2014 Tele-Summit (
Relationship in Motion: Click here to listen.

The IFEAL “Dare to Live” Programme, a Program for Returning Veterans.

Kathleen is Co-Creator and the Mental Health and PTSD consultant for this program.


The Dare to Live Trust secured enough votes for the People’s Projects and was awarded £50,000 from The Big Lottery Fund!

10271559_1270071143007606_9026009676535896912_n - CopyThe Dare to Live Trust is a cutting edge education and life skills program that aims to improve the well-being and ease the challenges that servicemen and women experience as they transition into civilian life and young people experience as they transition into adult life. For many servicemen and women, their greatest fight for survival occurs not in combat but when transitioning back into civilian life. Dare to Live provide Equine Assisted Human Development program to serving and ex-servicemen and women suffering from depression, anxiety or PTSD as a consequence of combat-related trauma. The funding means that Dare to Live can offer 40 places on their Equine Facilitated Human Development program to serving or ex-military men and women, who are struggling to make the transition to civilian life.



A Personal Journey

My student’s personal journey after completing my mentorship program and IFEAL facilitator training.