Peakgrove facilitators have attended the following OK Corral Certification Seminars.
O.K., Let's Get Down to Business (Blue)
This seminar invites participants into the gate of "Opportunity & Knowledge." Greg Kersten has designed timeless activities that are a hit with corporations year after year. Standard presentation includes teambuilding and leadership activities including trade secrets and promotional ideas for equine-assisted practitioners. This was held at Peakgrove in 2016.
O.K., It's Family Time - DO Try This at Home! (Yellow)
This seminar focuses on the emotional health and growth of families, through specific and proven activities and exercises. Whether conducted by EAP Professionals, couples, or single parents, the methods taught are designed to be conducted at your own corral! This was held at Peakgrove in 2015.
Crisis to Confidence: Turning "Bad" into "O.K." (Red)
This seminar is the definitive crisis-management training conducted by Greg Kersten. Greg blends the basics of EAP into specific nonverbal, emotional skills to make a "bad" situation "O.K." Useful at home, at work, in your community, and even in the corral. This was held at Peakgrove in 2012.
Giddy Up and Get Over It! (Green)
This versatile seminar covers the basics of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy/Equine Assisted Learning, with applications for everyone. Participants will be taught the finest EAP exercises, activities, and approaches for safety, therapy, teambuilding, inspiring confidence, and building emotional strength. Emphasis is given on working with diagnosed or diagnosable mental health clients. This was held at Peakgrove in 2011.
Coming Home Again (Camouflage)
This seminar addresses the needs of returning veterans and their families. Specific applications include reintegration, depression, addictions, and issues families experience when their loved ones are deployed. Greg Kersten is a United States Army veteran, and has certified military and civilian staff and volunteers at the United States Air Force Academy in the practice of EAP. This was held at Peakgrove in 2013.