Working with Traumatized Animals

Coming in 2018 … we are in the process of converting all of our courses to a Distance Learning format so if you are interested in this course then add your name to the emailing list on the home page and we will let you know as soon as it is published.  It will be a prerequisite to have qualified as a Canine, Equine or Feline graduate to purchase this course, so if you are not yet a Stage I graduate this is the time to focus on getting qualified.  


This is a specialist course for those who already have the benefit of the Stage I learning, to support the advanced nature of this course

After many years of teaching animal behaviour science as well as working with owners of highly stressed animals, we will be launching a new Distance Learning Programme which will focus entirely on those who either work with or own deeply traumatised animals.  It has become known over the last couple of decades that humans who suffer deep traumas (such as traumas during war or those from sexual abuse) develop a condition known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) yet animals who suffer deep, severe psychological traumas are rarely treated with the same level of compassion and understanding.


The NAC will be one of the only centres in the world that will offer the study of PTSD in animals together with solutions for such individuals which are currently almost always written off as unmodifiable from a behaviour and training perspective and as a result are euthanased.


Clearly this includes a large percentage of animals who end up in rescue centres.  If you are interested then please add your details to the emailing list (go to the home page) and we will notify you when it is published.   In the meantime we suggest you use the intervening time  to qualify as a Canine or Equine Behaviourist as this will give you the necessary foundation for this course.


We have yet to set the pricing yet but needles to say we try to support you by keeping the costs as low as we can.

Features and benefits…


More detail to follow when we are ready to publish the course, so get yourself on the emailing list (sign up on the home page) and we will let you know the minute it becomes available.  As you need to have a Stage I Behaviour qualification to register that is the immediate route to follow.

Prices will be announced together with the prospectus in 2018.

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Course prospectus to follow in 2018