Equine Certification FAQs
Do I have to have Equine Experience to become a Certified Restoration Clinician?
While Equine Experience is not necessary it is advised. If you do not have the experience we advise you seek professional training through a Professional Equine Trainer. You may also seek additional equine training through one of our Certified Equine Specialist via video mentoring. Please contact us for more information on Working with our Clinicians at email@example.com.
Do I have to have experience in mentoring individuals?
While experience is not necessary it is advised. If you do not have the experience we offer mentoring through Fellowship of Kindreds, Juliette Dugger, and Joanna Tones. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I need to be a survivor of sexual abuse or sex trafficking to become a Restoration Equine Clinician with Colors of Hope?
We are seeking female or male leaders who have the heart to live, lead, and love others through the trauma and devastation of being sexually abused and trafficked. To learn more about the trauma triggers, training is offered through the story of Founder, Jodie Webb, and other overcomer-survivors. Please contact us for more information at email@example.com.
Do I need to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to be a Certified Restoration Clinician for Colors of Hope?
We have centered our program around the restorative and healing power of Jesus Christ. If it weren’t for Him, our mission would not be possible. If you desire to be involved and want to become a Certified Restoration Clinician and have not accepted Jesus as your Savior, we would be honored to give you resources to help you through that process. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who can become certified?
Equine Facilities, Sexual Abuse Organizations, Sex Trafficking Organizations or Safe Houses, Women’s Shelters, Churches and Individuals. Please note that we suggest two individuals from the same facility or organization become certified, however it’s not required.