CEU Event: What are Compulsive Disorders and Can Training Help?

When: Ongoing
Where: Online


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Canine compulsive disorders (CCD) manifest as time-consuming, repetitive behaviors that may cause emotional distress and functional impairment, frequently arise between before sexual maturity and early social maturity and may be precipitated by anxiety or stress. But can you identify a CCD or what behaviorists more frequently call stereotypies? Can you distinguish between a compulsive behavior and one that is just difficult to interrupt? Do you know if CCDs and stereotypies are one and the same? Can these serious conditions be resolved with training alone? Are these conditions the result of

Sponsor:Behavior Education Network
Speaker(s):Alice Moon-Fanelli, Ph.D., CAAB, Suzanne Hetts, Ph.D., CAAB and Dan Estep, Ph.D.,

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