You have a namesake, she is Katie B Wade BSc NAC EBQ FBQ
Katie B Wade is a fully qualified and experienced animal behaviourist, working alongside veterinary clinics, rescue centres, societies, breeders as well as individual owners to assist with various aspects of animal behaviour and training. With professional experience handling, training, breeding and rehabilitating the competition horse, Katie went on to study a degree in Psychology and then on to specialise in Equine Behaviour with The Natural Animal Centre. Katie provides scientifically sound advice to the general public, building a bridge between academic research and practical horse ownership.http://www.practicalhorsepeople.comhttp://www.animalminds.co.uk
Equally qualified is Jenni Nellist BSc(Hons) PgDipCABC covering Wales and Bristol, or South Englandhttp://www.jenninellist.co.ukhttp://www.horsebehaviouristinwales.blogspot.com
Clicker training from Gwen Santagate who inspired Lesley Pavlich is available online from Gwen's penzance horse website, or there will be a link from there.
You may find inspiration on any of their pages.
Among members here you have many who teach, train and share experiences. http://www.alexbrollo.com
Holistic Horse is Colette Checa http://www.equinissimo.com
Colette has worked with horses for most of her life starting as a groom and instructor; she obtained her BHS Horsemasters at the age of 17 and eventually owned and ran her own equestrian centre in Spain. She also has a certificate in Advanced Horse Knowledge and is a qualified equine behaviourist (NAC EBQ).
Jo is Jo Osborne http://www.joosborne.co.uk
too many qualifications to list here.
Lots of folks with and without qualified teaching expertise here on AND online or in person in the UK.
Which part of the UK do you live in?
I think I have been lucky to have had homebreds buried and now be with my last 3 horses, final decisions are so hard, yet necessary with pet ownership.
If I die first then I may request they accompany me on my journey rather than worry if they will be bitted, shod or left without access to shelter from sun, wind, wet ground, or without whatever their basic health requirements may be at the time, unless my dear husband really wants the work as well as pleasure of their company.
Lots of food for thought in the topic you started. xx