Katarina Felicia Lundgren
Katarina is a project leader, educator, networker, coordinator, communicator, equine professional and scientist. Her main passions are horses and humans – and communication and interaction – in all kinds of combinations.
In the horse world she has managed a livery yard, riding school and educational center. She has for many years worked with helping people grow and develop with the help of horses and nature. She is currently involved in establishing Equine Assisted Psychotherapy as a treatment modality, in Sweden. She travels internationally and gives trainings, workshops, seminars and write about equine-human interaction, equine welfare, equine behavior, equine ethics and equines in therapy and learning programs.
Katarina has a past in the business world as a marketing coordinator, information and communication specialist, educator, project leader and writer. She is currently doing her masters in Cognitive Science at Lund University and besides running our small research, education and treatment center – MiMer – with its research fund, MiMer Trust, she is also project leading and developing HorseHub, a EU funded network intitiatve that helps horse businesses grow and develop.
As a growth facilitator, trainer, mindfulness instructor and a strong advocate for collaborations, she always focuses on maintaining awareness of differing perceptions, biases and the importance of perspective taking. It is in dialogue and through collaborations we grow, not through competing with each other.