Human / Canine Psychology

 

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Instructors: Christine Koehler, PhD.; and Nelson Hodges, IACP, CDT, CDTA, PDTI, CIS

Prerequisite: Courses 1 & 2 

IACP CEUs: 90 hours

Cost: $1,200.00

Location: CHRI Center, Blue Ridge, Texas, USA

Course 3 Part A

This five(5) day course covers the structural aspects of the brain, personality types, relating to different personality types effectively, behavioral effects of neuro-transmitters and nucleotides for behavioral predictability, and other subjects.

The intent of this course is to give the student a deeper understanding of the brain and personality effects on behavior and understanding, and how to better relate and manage both human and canine relationships.

Instructors: Christine Koehler, PhD.; and Nelson Hodges, IACP, CDT, CDTA, PDTI, CIS

Prerequisite: Courses 1 & 2 

IACP CEUs: 90 hours

Cost: $1,200.00

Location: CHRI Center, Blue Ridge, Texas, USA

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February 2020

Course 3 Vet Medical & Psychology-Class 2020.3.1

February 2, 2020 @ 12:00 am - February 9, 2020 @ 12:00 am UTC-6
CHRI Center, 1155 Blue Ridge Pass
Blue Ridge, TX 75424 United States

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“I’m seriously going to need a lot of time to even begin to process everything I learned this weekend. I am no longer a skeptic — we are living with dogs all wrong, myself absolutely included” Shaina Lynn

It was mind-blowing! I feel so honored to have met him, he is a wealth of knowledge and experience. If you have dogs or work with dogs, this is the workshop to attend. It will change how you interact with your dog and they will thank you for it!

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“My head is full of so much new amazing, mind blowing knowledge.  Create the relationship with your dog so that your dog trusts you.  Then everything falls into place from there. I’ve witnessed that with Niko. This week is life changing and I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned. Saying goodbye to him at the end of the course will not be easy.” Lauren White