I am a coach, speaker, workshop facilitator and equestrian. With a background as a consultant and in HR in the corporate world, I changed careers in 2003 and became a coach. A move from Sweden to Texas brought horses back into my life and I discovered endurance racing which became more than an interest as I passionately embraced my love for horses and competition both.

Wanting the best of two worlds, I sought a way to combine my interests of human development, coaching and horses and found Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching. I finished my 1-year apprenticeship with Kathy Pike in 2009 at the same time that I pursued a spot on the Swedish team for the upcoming 2010 World Championships in endurance racing. I reached my goal and finished in 42:nd place out of the 101 starters whereof only 55 actually completed the race.

Some of my more formal background and training include:

Formal education
Master of Psychology with focus on Organizations, Sweden
Bachelor of Commerce, Australia 

Coach related education
CoachU graduate (260 h)
Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching (120 h)
Inner Game workshops (40 h)

Coach credentials
ACC with the International Coach Federation

Horse related
Equine Facilitated Learning and Coaching (120 h)
Clinton Anderson clinic – Natural Horsemanship (16 h)
EAL (Equine Assisted Learning) certified (16 h)