Working with Traumatized Animals


After many years of teaching animal behaviour science as well as working with owners of highly stressed animals, we have decided for the first time to launch a new course 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 is one of the only centres in the world that offers 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.  Dates for the course: 28th October – 1st November 2015 at the NAC.  If you are interested then email us at NaturalAnimalCentre@gmail.com.   And of course you can book to stay with us as soon as you have registered.

Features and benefits…


To follow early in 2015.  The course will run as:  Part 1 – October 27th to November 1st 2015.  Part 2 will be 4 days on a date yet to be set but early in 2016.

Prices will be announced together with the prospectus early in 2015.