Lesson series

Understanding Trauma in Dogs: Part 2 - How do we support our dogs that have been impacted by trauma?

In part 2 of this 3-part series, Danielle will explore ways to help support dogs that have been impacted by trauma. 
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These webinars are suitable for veterinary professionals, animal trainers, animal behaviorists, dog sports teams, shelter and rescue staff and volunteers, pet guardians, and anyone with an interest in evidence-based behavior intervention.

1.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Available
In this webinar, we will look at exploring ideas around grounding, anchors, and attachment, as well as self-regulatory exercises to teach to the dogs to help them to build the skills to help themselves.
Meet the instructor

Danielle Beck

Danielle is an enthusiastic and passionate Clinical Animal Behaviourist and trauma-informed rehabilitation trainer. They have been helping people to find the best way to help their animals for over 20 years. The primary species Danielle works with are dogs however, due to her background in zoology and work within zoological facilities, she is happy to see both domestic and non-domestic species. Danielle lives with her assistance dogs and often supports others with the training of their dogs for future assistance dog work. Danielle often breaks down complex neuroscience into easy-to-explain analogies featuring meerkats and founded a trauma-informed educational resource for caregivers and pet professionals called Control The Meerkat. Danielle offers professional mentoring and support for other pet professionals, particularly those wanting to progress to the role of Clinical Animal Behaviourist.
Patrick Jones - Course author