Perception Modification Class – Cycles

Kayce Cover teaching Perception Modification – Cycles to a small Shih Tzu at a clients home.


2014 PM Cycles Class info

Update, which supercedes all previous announcements:

Who: Kayce Cover will lead a class in “Perception Modification – Cycles”

Why: Because the reasons dogs lose their homes and their lives is usually due to failure to manage emotions and cope with stressors appropriately. This class shows how to teach dogs to use their relaxation skills to cope with stressors and arousals of all kinds. We teach animals to calmly, and thoughtfully respond to triggers, by choosing to stay calm and in control. Trainers learn how to coach the dogs through this process, and manage the cycles.

What: New Cycles class; 4 sessions, with a lecture followed by a live discussion/Q&A/case followup. There will be a 10 minute break between the two class sections.

The lecture may be pre-recorded, but Kayce will be live online during the class and participants can write in questions via an online chat room. Recordings of the lectures will be made available to registered class participants as mp3 recordings which can be downloaded. The chats will not be made available as recordings, to preserve the privacy of participants. The recordings will be available during the span of the class, and for one month following.

When: 1 pm EDT, starting Jan 2nd, 2015, continuing for 4 additional sessions (Jan 2,6, 9 and 13 at 1 pm – 3:15 EDT). The entire class, lecture and discussion, and break, will take approximately 2 hrs 15 minutes. with a short break at 2 pm. Lecture will be the first 50-60 minutes, discussion the second.

Where: From your computer or your phone. You will receive a call in number and the link to the live chat room.

How: To participate in this class, register at

Cost: $200 for the Cycles Series, $300 for the Cycle Class Series with Video Option*

(* Video Option: you get one on one coaching while watching your video together with Kayce Cover)


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