Teach animals to cope with stresses and manage their emotions!
Countless animals – and their humans – suffer needlessly.
Many animals react explosively or fearfully to the stimuli of every day modern life, plagued by phobias, anxiety and dysfunction. Every year, millions of dogs lose their homes or their lives because they are unable to manage their emotions and cope with stresses they encounter. Owners share the problems, and suffer alike.
But Perception Modification can help you help animals and owners to thrive. Animals can learn to manage their own emotions and cope with stresses, Everyone benefits and life improves!
Whether you are a trainer, a vet, a vet tech, a shelter volunteer, or someone looking to help an animal in your own life, this course teaches how to free animals from fears and reactivity, improving their lives – and yours!. Kayce Cover’s Conditioned Relaxation process is the foundation upon which the Perception Modification system is built, and teaches animals to recognize and manage their own state of mind, and respond to life, rather than react. Perception Modification enables dogs and other animals to overcome “reactive” (“aggressive”) behaviors, fears and phobias that, unchecked, endanger the whole family’s quality of life and may directly endanger the life of the animal. Perception Modification empowers animals to thrive!
Learn how to help animals in this online class!
This online learning class in Perception Modification class covers both: 1) Conditioned Relaxation and 2) Cycles
Perception Modification (PM) is a process of empowering animals to cope with stresses and manage their emotions. It has two steps, Conditioned Relaxation and Cycles.
1) Conditioned Relaxation: teaches trainers how to teach animals to attain, and maintain calm, on cue.
2) Cycles: teaches trainers how to use Conditioned Relaxation to solve fear, reactivity, and other emotionally based behavior problems.
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These courses have videos, lectures and live discussions. The live discussions provide an opportunity to ask questions, review video of technique and case studies, discuss cases, and follow cases. Students can pose questions during calls or via email. The recorded lectures are available for download to class participants (as .mp3s). Upon registration, links are sent for all class materials, including any downloadable lectures, videos, class notes and class access information.
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. Class discussions are Sunday evenings, 7 – 9 pm, for at least 10 weeks and are optional (attendance not required for those continuing to certification). This class is required for anyone wanting to attend a certification camp.