Graeme Green

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  • Self-awareness versus reality?

    HorseHeard associate Zara Myers explores the benefit in developing our self-awareness. Are you able to talk about your strengths or weaknesses and which way does the balance sway?  Is the inclination towards your weaknesses rather than your strengths or vice versa?  How many people do you know that would accept the challenge of being told […]

  • Where to find Aitch Aitch

    Here is your opportunity to find out a little bit more about HorseHeard’s loveable mascot Aitch Aitch. We now have created him a space all of his own on our main website – Aitch Aitch’s stable – where you can catch up on, not just his current, but also his previous bulletins and newsletters. Firstly, let him introduce […]

  • Jo Menon

    After studying law, Jo has had a varied career working in a range of industries and cultures across the world.  For the last 15 years Jo has worked predominantly in HR and IT managing global change projects. She’s set up several businesses and continues to consult with large corporates as well as chairing the Board […]

  • The gift of giving

    Christmas is fast approaching! There are numerous gifts now available on the high street, some of which may even deserve to win a place on your Christmas list. However, there is one gift that should earn a place near the top. This winter, HorseHeard have launched their ‘Friends of HorseHeard’ scheme to support a young […]

  • Do you shop online?

    If you shop online HorseHeard can get a donation every time you make a purchase. We have our own page at All you need to go and do is create an account (follow instructions), then select HorseHeard as your chosen cause. And then just shop to heart’s desire. Most major retailers (such as Amazon, Marks […]

  • Charlotte Angus

    With over 15 years experience leading learning and change programmes in large commercial, public sector and not for profit organisations, Charlotte is driven by enabling wellbeing and success for individuals, teams and the wider organisation. Charlotte has a BSc in Equine Science and has always aspired to work with horses, but changed careers after a serious accident […]

  • Alison Barlow

    As a specialist physiotherapist working with young people experiencing long term unremitting pain Alison has witnessed how suffering, lack of empowerment and distress effects ones ability to cope. Using CBT and Mindfulness techniques she has been able to help the young person recognise their inner strength.  With a positive confident mindset their ability to cope […]

  • James Hardy

    James is an experienced and skilled teacher having worked in both mainstream education and with emotionally and behaviourally disadvantaged children, who finished his education career as a Senior Education Advisor. Through teaching Outdoor Pursuits, James recognised the emotional, self awareness and motivational skills children developed through experiential learning. Additionally, having been around horses since the […]