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The Whys & Wherefores of Behavioural Data with Karen Wild

  • Thursday, June 16, 2016
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Live Webinar

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The Whys & Wherefores of Behavioural Data 

with Karen Wild CCAB

CEUs PPAB 1 CCPDT 1 IAABC 1



When investigating and treating a behaviour issue, it is essential that good, factual records are obtained and maintained. These 'case history' records are used for accurate diagnosis, supporting clients in their aims, as well as forming a plan of treatment for the dog or cat.
In this webinar we explore methods of history taking, alongside case studies illustrating how client perception influences the information. The 'Whys & Wherefores of Behavioural Data' is an intermediate level presentation. 



Webinar Objectives

  • Understand what a 'case history' is and why it is important
  • 'Live interview' skills - Learn how to ask the right questions at the right time.
  • Understand a behaviour case questionnaire - the timeline and detailed screening
  • Understand how to carry out detailed observation of client and animal - the facts and recording data
  • Understand risk assessment as part of case history.
  • Develop your skills in data recording and observation, helping accurate diagnosis and treatment/training plans.


About The Presenter



Karen Wild, Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist and dog trainer, runs a full time behaviour practice ‘Pawprint’ near Peterborough, UK working with family pets on behaviour referral from Vets. Karen is a Full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and Associate Member of the British Institute of Professional Dog Training.
She is author of three books; ‘What your Dog Wants’, '21 Days to the perfect Dog', and 'Being a Dog' (Hamlyn) and writes monthly training features for Dogs Today magazine. Karen is a strong advocate of positive reinforcement-based training methods for both pets and their people.


     
     
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