Since 2004 Jane Brindley has been helping horse riders, from all over Scotland, to reach their goals, overcome confidence issues and to get the most out of their riding.
Drawing on her extensive training and experience in counselling, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and NLP Jane is able to help you change the way you think and feel about your riding and teach you useful techniques which will help you overcome the barriers which may be holding you back.
Jane has been able to help many riders, from novices to those competing internationally, and is experienced in helping riders in 1:1 sessions, groups, talks, clinics and workshops
Working with riders ‘off horse’, where you can be totally comfortable, you will learn how you can change as a rider, move out of your comfort zone and learn to use your thoughts in a more helpful way.
Whilst specialising in helping horse riders Jane is also very experienced in helping people in many other areas of life. Approximately two-thirds of her clients are riders and the others are people looking for non-riding related issues.
Jane has owned and ridden horses for many years and, using what she has learned, has been able to deal with her own riding confidence issues.
With a background in nursing and midwifery, Jane decided to change direction and re-trained as a hypno-psychotherapist with the well respected National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy and soon realised the potential that this training had to help riders. To this end her dissertation was on the subject of the use of hypnosis in sport with particular reference to horse riding.
Jane is a full member of the National Register of Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists (NRHP). She is fully insured and adheres to the code of ethics of the NRHP. This includes a commitment to continuing professional development (CPD). She is a member of the National College Student and Alumnus Guild (NCSAG) and through this body is registered with the UK Confederation of Hypnotherapy Organisations (UKHCO).
In 2014 Jane qualified as a specialist in anxiety and uses this knowledge with her clients to great effect.
There are many counsellors and psychotherapists in practice so how do you decide who to contact?
Jane is registered, fully insured and keeps up to date so you can be sure that you are contacting someone with the appropriate training and experience.
With an understanding of horses and riders you can be sure that whatever problems you may be having, Jane will understand what you are talking about.
Jane frequently works alongside trainers, coaches and riding instructors and is open to working with you and your coach when that is appropriate.
All enquiries and sessions are treated with complete confidentiality. Due to the absolute importance of this Horse Riding with Confidence Scotland does not use client testimonials as these cannot be verified without breaching confidentiality. However, you will see some comments from people Jane has worked with in clinics, talks and workshops and on the page you will see some brief accounts of the types of people who have been helped.
Your privacy is very important to me and steps are in place to protect the data I hold about you. All notes are in paper form and are accessed only by me. The sheet with your name, address etc on it is held separately from your case notes which are then only identifiable by a client number. Notes are held for seven years after which time they are destroyed.
I never use email for marketing purposes. Any emails are purely correspondence from clients seeking information and appointments. My email account is only accessed by myself.
Any clients may request to see what information I hold about them at any time.