Resilience is the ability to adapt well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy and other significant sources of stress. We know that there are ways to increase a person’s resilience, but what about the dogs we work with who are stressed or traumatized, who have lost their families or homes or been victims of abuse or neglect? We’ll talk about what we’ve learned from human psychology and ongoing work treating traumatized dogs to help dogs in our care recover from their past and become more resilient.
By the end of this webinar, you can develop an understanding about practical and science-based ways to help dogs develop resilience, no matter what they have been through in the past.
Credits: This webinar has been approved by both CCPDT and IAABC for CEUs.
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"The Education of Will delves deep into the minds of people and dogs, and into the effects of trauma, showing that healing is possible. McConnell gives a voice to those who can’t speak in words and provides hope for fearful animals everywhere."
—Temple Grandin, author of Animals Make Us Human and Animals in Translation.