CEU Event: Improving Canine Communication in Animal Assisted Interventions

When: 02/01/2019 8:00am to 02/02/2019 4:30pm
Where: Oakland University - Center for Human Animal Inter


CPDT-KSA Knowledge: 4.00 CBCC-KSA Knowledge: 0.00
CPDT-KSA Skills: 6.00 CBCC-KSA Skills: 0.00


The human and dog relationship can be so strong, yet the miscommunication between species is so prevalent. This language (and behavior) barrier can harm the dog and relationship unintentionally. For those who work with dogs, this conference will focus on how learning to speak “dog” can improve the relationships between humans and canine partners. Additionally, this conference, with an emphasis on self-awareness and mindfulness in the human animal bond, is excellent for those who practice or are interested in Animal Assisted Interventions.

Sponsor:The Center for Human Animal Interventions
Speaker(s):Dr. Patricia McConnell, Dr. Atherton, and Melissa Winkle

Contact: Amy Johnson
 Email: johnson2@oakland.edu
 Phone: 248-364-8704
 Web: https://www.oakland.edu/nursing/continuing-education/animalassistedtherapy/


Oakland University - Center for Human Animal Inter
115 Library Drive
Engineering Building, 254<br /> Rochester, MI 48309
United States