Meet The Asentia Team
The Asentia Team work closely together, sharing their skills and knowledge to provide tailored and holistic approaches to healing and teaching.
Emily has a First Class Degree (BSc Hons) in Animal Behaviour Science and a Post Graduate Teaching Qualification with several years experience lecturing at Plumpton College (East Sussex) in Animal Management, and on the Animal Science Foundation Degree for the University of Brighton.
She is also a qualified Reiki Practitioner and Animal Healer, and following a series of courses with the Academy of Dog Training and Behaviour, holds the Gold Level Award. As well as providing private healing sessions at the Asentia Animal Healing Clinic, Emily also combines her knowledge of natural dog behaviour with animal healing to help owners with problem behaviour management.
Emily works with the other Asentia Tutors to run the One Day Workshops in Animal Healing, and specialises in teaching canine behaviour. On the BTEC Professional Diploma she lectures in areas such as Animal Management and Nutrition, Animal Behaviour, Diversity and Evolution, and Practical Animal Healing.
Sue has a background in nursing, and a strong interest in caring for animals and people. She has qualifications in Animal Healing, Equine Craniosacral Therapy, and is a Reiki Practitioner. In addition Sue has completed the Kelly Marks Intelligent Horsemanship Foundation and Horse Psychology Courses. She has owned a wide variety of small animals and horses for nearly 30 years and has a wealth of experience in animal care. Sue works at the Asentia Animal Healing Clinic providing private animal healing sessions and especially support for animals with cancer.
As one of the Senior Tutors at the Asentia College of Animal Healing, Sue lectures on both the One Day Workshops and BTEC Professional Diploma in Animal Healing, specialising in topics such as the Theory of Healing, Anatomy and Physiology and Practical Animal Healing. Sue is also a Trustee of the Confederation of Healing Organisations and is keen to promote the role of Healing to maintain health in both animals and humans.
Alison began her career in Corporate and Investment Banking, and has experience in setting up small businesses. Her passion for horses led her to qualify as a British Horse Society Registered Intermediate Stable Manager. She has worked and competed both in the UK and abroad, training and teaching for the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club, re-training ex-racehorses to become dressage, show jumper and event horses. Alison is now based in Slinfold, near Horsham, West Sussex and runs her own livery yard offering equine training, livery and rehabilitation.
On the BTEC Professional Diploma course Alison utilises her financial background lecturing The professional Practice module and overseeing the administrative aspects of the college business. Alison also joins other tutors to run the Equine Awareness module of the course.