This is one of the integral questions that needs to be answered to allow a behaviour consult to become successful. When we visit your home we are looking to ascertain the reason for the behaviour and then we can show you how to support your animal so they can overcome their worries and concerns and allow them to change their behaviour patterns.
At the heart of everything we do, lies EEt.
Well, whether we are an animal or person, our feelings and emotions influence our behaviour.
In some cases, where emotions are running very high, we can't jump straight in and start to help an animal desensitise, it either won't work or will take an eternity. In these cases, what we do first is break the cycle of the reaction by teaching you basic steps that consist of how to effectively remove your pet from the problem and how to successfully calm them down.
Then we can look at association (one of the natural ways an animal learns) and create a plan that will give you the capabilities to help your cat/dog/horse learn how to cope with their trigger in a different way.
Colin is the founder of Empowering Emotion therapy (EEt). It developed slowly over many years after observing people, working as an animal behaviourist and studying in various forms of therapy.
Whilst working with people and animals using his behaviour techniques, then introducing his zoopharmacognosy and trust technique knowledge, Colin has created a personal, highly effective method of helping and supporting people and their animals. Being a behaviour counsellor is about helping an animal the way that suits them, to the best of your ability using every tool you have available. EEt is one of these tools and when we incorporate it with how animals naturally learn then we see amazing results.
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