Working Complex Aggression Cases
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Presenter: Laurie Lawless, CDBC, CPDT-KA
When working complex aggression cases, there are many potential factors that can impact the probability of a positive prognosis. Success involves the behavior consultant’s ability to recognize, separate, rate, and address these factors. This webinar leads participants through an assessment rating process to determine prognosis then rethink plans to increase likelihood of success.
This course will help you to:
• Explain the elements that make an aggression case complex
• Give a basic overview of skills necessary to take on complex cases
• Plan steps to completing an assessment and prognosis
• Identify complications you may face and how to deal with them (case study)
• Take action when a case is too complex
Class schedule: This is a self-study class that will begin on the sign-on date. Students will have access to the course for 60 days from the date of purchase.
|CEUs ||1.5 (CCPDT, IAABC, KPA) |
|Member Cost ||FREE (watch in your member account) |
|Non-Member Cost ||$29 |
Online Course Cancellation Policy: Courses cannot be refunded once purchased.
About the Presenter
Laurie Lawless is a behavior consultant and owner of Dogs Rock!, a Vermont-based dog daycare, training and behavior center, and a member of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) professional responder program. Laurie is certified through both the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants and the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
Laurie’s career with dogs started in 2008, when she began working at a local kennel in Connecticut during college. Falling in love with the work and feeling compelled to reach further understanding of her own troubled dog, Charlie, she began volunteering at a shelter and studied dog training through online schooling. Laurie continued to take steps toward furthering her career with dogs and went on to manage a busy doggie daycare, serve as the canine program coordinator at two different shelters, and launch her own dog training and consulting company in 2016. In 2018, Laurie began deploying in a lead role with the ASPCA's Behavior Services Team and now also collaborates with the National Field Response Team. In 2019, Laurie opened Dogs Rock! Vermont, a LIMA-based daycare and training facility in Essex Jct, VT.
Currently, Laurie lives in Vermont with her significant other, Tyler, their two rescue dogs, Moose and Buu, and her ferret, Lola.
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