Friday, January 5th 4-6pm FREE Event! Talk on trauma and horses as healers at The Red Horse Center for Collaborative Learning in Fennville, Michigan. Followed by book signing. Please RSVP at www.redhorse.red/events.
October 13-15 at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. Signing with Taborton Equine Books.
Tuesday, September 26 @7:00 pm - Black Hawk College - East Campus.
Friday, September 8th 4-6pm FREE Event! Talk on trauma and horses as healers at The Red Horse Center for Collaborative Learning in Fennville, Michigan. Followed by book signing. Please RSVP at www.redhorse.red/events.
December 22nd from 3:00-7:00 (end time is weather permitting) Book signing at Jackson's English and Western Store in Wayland, Michigan. Open to the public. 1110 W Superior St, Wayland, MI 49348
December 9th from noon to 1:30 Book reading/signing at Western Michigan University. Open to the public. At the college of health and human services on the east campus. Books available to purchase on site.
December 9th from 8-noon Online event! Open to everyone but Michigan social workers can ear 3.5 CEUs. More info and sign up HERE
October 1st from 12:00-5:00 Book signing at the All American Quarter Horse Congress, Columbus, Ohio
September 27th at 7:00pm Talk/reading/book signing at Black Hawk College-East Campus, Galva, Illinois
July 16-18 at Breyerfest/Clarion Hotel Meet the author/book signing at the Clarion Hotel (north), Lexington, KY
June 9th at 6:00 on WEKU (NPR affiliate) When a traumatic childhood memory comes out of hiding and how having a horse for a friend can help overcome the resulting trauma and stress. Tom Martin talks with Cheryl Eriksen, author of “Follow Me Friend: a memoir of undiagnosed PTSD and the healing-power of the horse-human relationship.” Radio interview on Eastern Standard with Tom Martin. Listen to recording HERE.
In this episode of the Horse Industry Podcast Lynn sits down with author Cheryl Eriksen. Cheryl has written the book Follow Me, Friend: A Memoir of Undiagnosed PTSD, and the Healing Power of the Horse-Human Relationship. When Lynn and Regina started the Horse Industry Podcast, they wanted to make sure that they were telling stories about the industry and things that are important to the industry. And not all of those stories involve blue ribbons and perfection. Some of the stories in the industry are about healing and self-preservation, and that relationship with the horse or the dog, whatever saves your life or gets you through the day. And that is exactly what today’s episode is all about. Listen HERE