Bach Flower Remedies for Animals Courses in New Zealand and Australia!
Amanda has started teaching
weekend interest courses in
New Zealand and Australia!
The first course was successfully held in Melbourne in September 2010 and enjoyed by all who attended.
The next course dates will be announced when we have enough students registered.
or email Amanda
This course will teach you up-to-date behaviour theory on popular
companion animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits, birds and horses to help
you accurately assess the emotional motivation causing a behavioural
is important to understand the motivation behind an animal's behaviour
and seeing things from the animal's perspective.
Animal behaviour has
been extensively researched by Veterinary Behaviourists and
Universities in recent years and previous outdated misconceptions are
now being replaced by scientifically based theory. This means that the
emotions behind an animal's behaviour can often be misdiagnosed on
previous behavioural knowledge and therefore compromising the welfare
of the animal. Students will learn to take a full history, the importance of
Veterinary referral and the potential influence of medical conditions,
how to interpret body language correctly and learn what is normal
behaviour for a species, to understand the influence of the family
interaction and relationships with the animal and different training
methods and the consequences of these.
will be case studies of animals Amanda has treated in the past and
opportunities to choose remedies with their new knowledge for real
cases and their own pets. Students will leave the weekend with a new
appreciation of how companion animals feel and why, and how they can
use the Bach Flower Remedies to their best effects.
Bach Flower Remedies for Animals BFRAP