Reiki Healing: What is it and how can it help

Presented by Vibeke Francis

 

 

 

 

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REIKI HEALING: What is it and how can it help

In this webinar Vibeke will talk about

* What is Reiki
* History of Reiki
* How does it work
* What Reiki can help with
* What happens in a healing session
* What to look for in a Reiki healer/teacher

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About the presenter

Hi my name is Vibeke Francis and I am a Reiki Master Healer & Teacher based in Sandwich, Kent.

I experienced my first healing session in 2010. Afterwards just knew something profound had changed within me but I can’t even today tell you what the change was. However I just knew this was a path I had to follow.

Within two months after that first treatment I had found a Reiki teacher to work with and completed Reiki Level 1 – my journey had begun.

I opened my own clinic in 2011, offering healing to people and animals. In 2016 I became a Reiki teacher and now hold workshops regularly teaching people Reiki.

Both ends of the lead – helping the lead reactive dog

Presented by

Danielle Beck

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Both ends of the lead – helping the lead reactive dog

In this webinar Danielle will talk about

A guide to the causes and motivations of dogs that are reactive on lead

How to know what’s causing the reactivity

A look at some case studies of lead reactive dogs

Some practical advise to make living with a reactive dog easier

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Danielle is a registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the ABTC and a full member of the APBC. She has a BSc in zoology and a PGDip/MSc in companion animal behaviour counseling; where her thesis focused on stress. Danielle has worked with animals within zoos, safari parks, dog training centres and kennels for  19 years and has been seeing clients for behaviours problems for 10 years. She lives with a 14 year old Husky x Malamute, a 2 year old Mini American shepherd and her 7 year old son.

The Biology of Socialization

Presented by

Dr Jessica Hekman

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The Biology of Socialization:

  • What is the difference between a sensitive and critical period in the brain and how does this relate to dogs?
  • How is the brain’s function different during a sensitive period in terms of wiring?
  • How is the brain’s function different during the sensitive period for socialization in terms of stress responsiveness?
  • What is the timing of this difference in stress responsiveness in dogs?
  • What are the implications of this timing for adult personality?
  • Does the timing of stress responsiveness in early socialization differ across dog breeds?
  • Does the timing of stress responsiveness in early socialization differ across individual dogs?

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Jessica is a veterinary researcher who is fascinated by dog behavior. She received her veterinary degree in 2012 from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Massachusetts, where she also received a Master’s degree for her work on stress behaviors in hospitalized dogs. After graduation, she completed a year-long internship specializing in shelter medicine at the University of Florida Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program. She received her PhD in genetics at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, studying a group of foxes (often known as the “Russian tame foxes”) which have been bred over many generations to be friendly to humans. She is currently working at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard as a postdoctoral associate, studying the genetics of behavior in pet dogs through the Darwin’s Ark project and the Working Dogs Project. Her ultimate goal is to find genetic causes of fearfulness in dogs, to work with behaviorally challenged shelter dogs, and to help people better understand the science behind dog behavior. She also frequently teaches online classes and webinars about canine genetics and behavior. Jessica lives in Raymond, NH with her husband and two dogs. You can follow her on Twitter @dogzombieblog or on Facebook at facebook.com/dogzombieblog.

‘Force Free’: Future or Fashion?

Presented by Hannah Molloy

 

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‘Force Free’: Future or Fashion?

More and more trainers and behaviourists are using the ‘force free’ label to describe their training ethic and techniques. This webinar will discuss the benefits and limitations of a force free training style, discuss the controversial question ‘when is force necessary’ and ask how can we apply force free training ethics to the human learner in a multi disciplinary training world.

The changing culture of training

‘Morality’ as a motivator

Cost benefit analysis and human behaviour

When is force necessary?

Changing human behaviour

Force free human training

 

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Hannah Molloy is a qualified animal behaviour specialist that has became intrigued with human trends in the world of dog behaviour and training after graduating with an honorary bachelor of science degree in Animal Behaviour in 2008. She had her dissertation published in the Journal of Applied Animal Behaviour Sciences and went on to work as a zoo keeper, a training and behaviour advisor for Dogs Trust, and runs a successful non profit education and training company Pawfect Dogsense CIC in the West Midlands. A passionate and engaging speaker she was awarded best presentation at the first international animal training conference for her talk on canine body language in 2012 and went on to become one of the 3 training experts on Channel 4’s latest dog training programme ‘Puppy School’ in 2019.

Currently writing a book with DK, advising the NHS on child dog bite prevention schemes and working with Just For Pets to engage the next generation in animal training via pet shop education programmes.

Brains, Bowls & Bull

Presented by Nick Thompson

BSc (Hons) Path Sci., BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS

 

Brains, Bowls & Bull

In this webinar Nick discussed

Does food affect behaviour? How?

Does microbiome affect behaviour? How?

Does obesity affect behaviour? How?

What can we learn from human nutrition?

Raw food Reading List

Food, Thyroid & Behaviour

 

 

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Nick Thompson is a vet. He has been fighting for responsible, species-appropriate raw food feeding for pets for 25 years. His tireless drive for healthy pets from birth to graceful old age brought him to raw feeding in the mid-1990s. 
Nick is Founding President of the international Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (www.rfvs.info) and has co-authored a pioneering worldwide survey of 79 vets and their experiences feeding raw food. He has co-organised international raw food conferences for the RFVS since 2012. 
In 1999, Nick established his specialist practice, Holisticvet (www.holisticvet.co.uk). Now based in Corsham, near Bath, he offers homeopathy, natural nutrition and herbal medicine and a lot of good old-fashioned common sense for dogs and horses. 
His pet topics are gastroenterology and the microbiome and the misuse of pharmaceuticals in medicine. He loves researching all aspects of human and animal nutrition. 
Nick also shares his passion for raw feeding with a nutritional consultancy service to the premier raw pet food companies in the UK and Europe. He has lectured and consulted in Raw Food, Nutrition and Medicine throughout the UK, Eire, Northern Ireland, Finland, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium and the Netherlands. 
Nick is embracing Social Media to spread his message: Facebook: Holisticvet Ltd; FB Public Figure: Dr. Nick Thompson; Instagram: holisticvetuk. 
Nick is married to Elly and has two children, Arthur and Ophelia, and lives in Wiltshire, UK with chickens a Snowshoe cat called Ziggy and a Whippet-Italian Greyhound cross (mongrel), Bluebell. 
When not trying to convert the world to a species-appropriate diet, Nick runs barefoot, swims and enjoys thinking of new ways to edutain his children. 

Epilepsy beyond seizures: what do behaviourists need to know?

Presented by Dr Rowena Packer

Epilepsy beyond seizures: what do behaviourists need to know?

– Epilepsy is the most common chronic brain disease in dogs, affecting around 70,000 dogs in the UK alone
– Although several daily medications are available to try and reduce seizure frequency in affected dogs, many continue to seizure long term despite being treated with several drugs
– Canine seizure types include generalised seizures where dogs lose consciousness and convulse, and focal seizures where dogs remain conscious, may be subtle and can be mistaken for behavioural abnormalities
– Common side effects of anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) include lethargy, extreme hunger and wobbliness which may compromise quality of life
– In addition to seizures, many dogs with epilepsy experience behavioural problems including anxiety, both as a side effect of AEDs and independently as co-morbid disorders
– This webinar will explore cutting edge research on epilepsy, how it is now being considered a general brain disorder including both seizures and behaviour abnormalities, novel therapies to tackle epilepsy holistically including evidence-based nutritional therapies, and how behaviourists can become a vital part of the team managing epilepsy alongside owners and vets


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Dr Rowena Packer is an animal behaviour and welfare scientist at the Royal Veterinary College, London, and currently holds a BBSRC Future Leader Research Fellowship. Rowena’s research group explores both mental and physical health in domestic dogs, with a strong focus on epilepsy and abnormal behaviour. Her work uses a variety of methods including behavioural and cognitive testing, endocrine measures, electroencephalography (EEG) and MRI analysis. Rowena holds a first class BSc (Hons) in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Bristol (2009), and a PhD in Veterinary Science from the Royal Veterinary College (2013). In 2016 she was awarded the UFAW Young Animal Welfare Scientist of the Year award.

 

 

 

 

 

From Kennels to Couch: Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming

From Kennels to Couch: Rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming

Behaviour and training strategies for rescue dogs

Presented by Susan McKeon BSc (Hons), MAPDT (01157)

With a focus on ex-racing greyhounds, this webinar will cover:

An overview of dog rescue in the UK

Life of a rescue dog compared to life of a racing greyhound

The homing needs of sighthounds, particularly ex-racing greyhounds, compared to rescue pet dogs

Welfare

Adapting to life as a companion animal

Common behaviour issues of rehomed rescue dogs

Practical behaviour and training strategies

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Susan is a UK-based, experienced dog trainer and behaviourist who specialises in working with sighthounds, especially ex-racing greyhounds. Currently, she works for Dogs Trust as a Clinical Animal Behaviourist, providing behaviour consultations to adopters of Dogs Trust dogs who require more specialist input for behaviour issues. Previously, she was the Behaviour and Welfare Manager for UK sighthound charity, Forever Hounds Trust, where she was actively involved in developing kennelling and welfare strategy, as well as managing the behaviour and training function. Susan has also worked with other rescue dog and greyhound charities, including the Greyhound Trust. She also ran a successful behaviour and training business for eight years, providing behaviour consults, training classes and workshops. Susan is a member of APDT, UK, PPG, and a registered Animal Training Instructor with ABTC. She has a BSc (Hons) in Canine Behaviour and Training and her dissertation research focused on “Impulsivity in retired racing greyhounds (Canis familiaris): Is racing status an indicator of increased impulsivity?” Susan is a regular speaker at conferences and workshops and has presented at national and international conferences about greyhound behaviour and welfare, post-racing. She shares her home with her husband, Sean, their three dogs, Ava (Greyhound), Sherlock (Saluki), and Dobby (Saluki x Greyhound), and Matilda, their cat.

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

presented by Cheryl Treharne

 

The Imposter on Your Shoulder

The What’s and Wherefores of Imposter ‘Syndrome’
Strategies for conquering The Imposter
Modesty versus the Imposter in the work place
Your true voice in your decision making process
Making investments, where?
Practical time and energy management when doing the job you love


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Cheryl Treharne

My road to dog training and interest in Behaviour started at 18 when I rescued a dog that had been trained to fight. When I look back at that beautiful dog, I now know he was a pit bull, but at the time, uneducated, I thought he was a long legged staffy. The dog seemed crazy and I was in a permanent love/hate relationship with him but could not give him up. He deserved a book written about him for the stories I could tell.

Since then I have gone on to rescue bullies (as well as other breeds) as my primary dog of choice, managing them with the little understanding I had and bad techniques. I am due in great part to my age and ignorance at the time a cross-over trainer.

I became amongst other things a holistic Therapist, qualifying in Bowen Technique, Aromatherapy as well as other treatments. In my private practice I treated many people who were suffering due to work overload and lack of balance. This gave me a great deal of understanding of those stuck in situations of stress due to internal or external circumstances.

I myself fell under the banner of a stress related Illness in 2006 after a set of extreme circumstances, my body failed to cope and it put me in bed for 12 years, on the days I was able to get up, I had to use a wheelchair.

I eventually found someone who helped and I had to learn to monitor my every activity and the draw on my energy they each took. Only by doing this was I able to retrain with the IMDT getting my accreditation and to shadow an expert trainer. I continue to learn and am working towards a Behaviour Qualification.

However my ability to stand for long periods and walk long distances is still impaired. So I work from home as a VA (Virtual Assistant) for dog trainers and Behaviourist whilst continuing in a limited way to train.

This understanding of exhaustion, drive, desire and love of animals makes me passionate about supporting others to keep healthy and balanced whilst doing the job they love.

Fence Fighting

Fence Fighting

Presented by Nancy Tucker

Cost £15 (£10 for ICB Members)

Fence fight!

Does your dog go bananas when he spots another dog, person, or wildlife on the other side of the fence? Does the thought of letting your dog out in the yard stress you out because you know drama will ensue? This webinar will teach you how to address fence-running and fence-fighting. Learn management and training methods designed to resolve this problem.

Ideal for dog owners living with fence-fighters, as well as trainers who want to help clients address a fence-fighting issue.

Cooperative neighbours are an asset, but not mandatory.

NOTE: This webinar will not address the wide and varied topic of “barrier frustration”, which may include things like indoor barriers, exercise pens, or crates. Rather, it is specifically about outdoor fence patrolling, running, and fighting.

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About the presenter

Nancy is a certified trainer with the CCPDT, and a certified behavior consultant with the IAABC. She teaches seminars, webinars, and workshops on dog training, dog behavior, and the business end of training throughout Canada, the US, and Europe. She has presented at conferences for the Pet Professional Guild (USA), the IAABC (UK), DogEvent (France), and WOOF!2019 (UK).

She is also an instructor for Fenzi Dog Sports Academy, where she teaches online courses focusing on various topics including treating separation anxiety and learning to use desensitization and counter-conditioning to help fearful dogs.

Nancy has written numerous articles on dog behaviour and is a regular contributor to the Whole Dog Journal.

She shares her home in Quebec, Canada with her husband Tom and their Border Terrier, Bennigan.

Three ‘Rs’ Webinar; helping dogs reset, re balance and release

Three ‘Rs’ Webinar; helping dogs reset, rebalance and release

Presented by Sarah Fisher

 

Cost £15  (£10 for ICB Members)

In this webinar Sarah looks at helping dogs reset, rebalance and release using free work.

Animal Centred Education (ACE) is an integrated approach to animal education and management. It incorporates some of the techniques that were developed at Tilley Farm and those inspired by other professionals working in the world of animal education, wellbeing and welfare. The main focus of this webinar will be on observations, Free Work and gentle handling to help dogs reset, rebalance and release. Free Work has been inspired by a bright and enthusiastic young bull breed named Henry; it is a simple, structured method of educating and supporting dogs of all ages providing a safe and rewarding foundation on which further learning and handling can be built. Many dogs struggle when in novel situations and many cannot tolerate contact (even from familiar people) when aroused, worried, or in new or exciting environments. Free Work has provided an invaluable stepping stone towards ground work exercises on a line or lead and gentle body contact, including TTouch, for dogs that are sensitive to touch. Placement of treats on varying heights enables you to help the dog organise his own body more efficiently and work at a pace to suit him, before other learning exercises are introduced. Free Work is now being successfully used by shelter staff, trainers and behaviourists, TTouch Practitioners, groomers, therapists, and canine guardians to support the animals in their care. This webinar will provide you with safe and effective tools to pass on to your clients, and enhance your existing skills.

 

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About the presenter

Sarah Fisher is a canine and equine behaviour advisor. She has worked with animals for over twenty years and incorporates some of the elements of the Tellington TTouch method in her work. She is experienced with a wide range of breed types and teaches staff workshops for many of the UK’s animal welfare organisations including Battersea. She has also worked in Europe teaching staff workshops for shelters including SPCA Malta and GIA (Romania) and has taught workshops and clinics for dog trainers and behaviourists in Holland, Greece, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, South Africa, Ireland, Romania and Poland.

Sarah gives presentations on a variety of topics at dog training and behaviour seminars in the UK and abroad, and is a regular speaker at the annual Dog Behaviour Conference. She also conducts behaviour assessments for private clients, animal welfare organisations and court cases.

Sarah is a published author and has participated in numerous television and radio programmes over the years including the recent Nightmare Pets SOS for BBC1. She runs courses under the name Animal Centred Education (ACE) for trainers, groomers, veterinary nurses, physiotherapists and animal behaviour counsellors who wish to broaden their expertise by learning detailed observations combined with Free Work, and techniques inspired by other professionals working in the world of animal welfare and behaviour.

Enrichment for dogs

Enrichment for Dogs webinar presented by Pennie Clayton

 

Webinar Cost £15 (£10 for ICB members)

Enrichment for Dogs webinar. Dogs are dependent on us to provide the right kind of activities that help to keep them happy and healthy. Enrichment and activities that stimulate the mind and are so much closer to the dogs ethogram than fast games that cause adrenaline to be released at regular intervals. Enrichment and mental stimulation create calm behaviours and can promote gentle movement and relaxation, they also provide a way of helping to reduce stress and encourage natural behaviours. This webinar will show what kind of activities can be used how they are of benefit to dogs and how nosework and enrichment can be added into a dogs’ day.

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About the Presenter

Pennie Clayton is a canine behaviourist, horse/ rider trainer and Bowen therapist. Immediately after leaving school she trained as a riding instructor and achieved BHS qualifications. Since that point Pennie has worked as a freelance trainer including running evening classes on horse management for local education authorities.

After sharing her life with lurchers for many years, Pennie began felt she needed to learn more about dogs. After taking an extensive canine behaviour course with Sheila Harper and becoming more involved with dog behaviour and training, her work extended to helping people with their dogs. Her focus is mainly on making the lives of her greyhounds better and sharing the knowledge she has gained with her clients.

In 2008 Pennie qualified as a human Bowen therapist and then went on to learn how Bowen can be adapted to horses and dogs. In 2015 she started the School of Canine Bowen Therapy with fellow therapist Maddy Freeman.

Pennie is a regular contributor to Healthful Dog and Edition Dog magazine and is a full member of PDTE (Pet Dog Trainers of Europe) which was founded by Turid Rugaas.

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An introduction to canine wellness

An introduction to canine wellness

Presented by Dr Isla Fishburn

 

 

 

 

Cost £15  (£10 for ICB Members)

In this webinar Dr Isla Fishburn will talk about: –

~ What is canine wellness
~ Your dog as an ecosystem and energy system
~ The energy gateways
~ What your dog is seeking
~ Human-dog co-existence
~ Supporting your dog’s energy system

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About the presenter

Dr Isla Fishburn owns Kachina Canine and Kachina Wellness. She has a BSc in Zoology and an MBiolSci and PhD in Conservation Biology. Isla is passionate about bringing science and indigenous wisdom together to promote health and wellness for all of life, including our dogs. Isla explores how everything is occurring and operating at a cellular and molecular level and how we can understand this when it comes to providing a life that promotes wellness for a dog. Isla is a practicing shaman for modern day life and focuses on healing energy systems and personal growth for the collective. She has spent several years interacting with large groups of captive wolves, wolf hybrids, wolf dogs and other domestic dogs where she learned to apply her knowledge about conservation, wellness and canine biology to educate dog guardians, professionals and researchers about canine wellness, health and conservation. She has taken this further and now also focuses on human wellness and health of all of life, where her motto is, “making health span match life span.”

As a canine wellness advocate, Isla focuses on many aspects of a canine to improve and support longevity, happiness, balance and harmony. Her running theme is always ecosystem conservation, from the individual level up and she uses a range of teachings, techniques, therapies and methods to support a dog’s ecosystem. Isla has a deep interest in plant medicine and energy healing to improve and support the energy state of an ecosystem – whether that is for your dog or for you!

Isla has recently launched an online course that takes you through all things related to canine wellness and the concept of energy gateways that can either create harmony in a dog’s ecosystem or create disturbances and distress. In her talk, Isla will introduce you to the topic of canine wellness as well as other aspects that can influence a dog’s emotional, physical, physiological and spiritual states and what we need to consider to provide a life for a dog where there health span matches their life span.