Presented by Emma Lee
Recording Cost £15.00
(Free for ICB Members)
About this webinar
In this webinar Emma Lee discusses:
The dog as a social and cognitive being: why regulation is important in social relationships, in forming attachments, in learning how to interact positively and productively with others, in making friends and in forming effective relationships
Regulation is taught not caught: the developmental processes of regulatory skills in puppyhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age
Development of different regulatory skills in dogs: cognitive processing, coping strategies for frustration, managing stress, coping skills, focus, resilience, tenacity and perseverance
Dysregulation: the problems that may occur when dogs struggle to manage their emotions from frustration to anxiety and aggression
Regulation is not a synonym for manners: why self- and co-regulation are more than just learning to be still or calm
Co-regulation: the importance of social support in canine development
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About the Presenter
Emma Lee spent six years as a trustee in one of France’s large animal shelters. She now specialises in canine aggression and maladaptive behaviours in her work in a larger network of associations and shelters, working with clients across Europe. She is also a tutor for The DoGenius Institute, as well as running specialist courses for guardians and trainers.