Do you cruise on autopilot, tend to be judgy, or aren't tuned in to your horse? It is not that uncommon - and here's how to fix it.
Found 7 Results from April Clay, Registered Psychologist
In part 2 of 'Building a More Confident You' we look at how being nice to yourself can actually help develop resiliency as a rider.
Part 1 of a 2-part series deals with the perceived power a person holds to affect situations, which plays a significant role in performance.
Riders have learned in the past year and a half that attaching goals to horse shows is risky business and can cause anger and despair.
Researchers are accumulating evidence that perfectionism is actually dual-natured, with positive and negative aspects.
The pandemic has left us in a state of suspension with a profound loss of motivation as the show season is up in the air. How can a rider get their mojo back?
How to tame your reactionary 'lizard brain' during stressful times and get your more rational 'thinking brain' online again.