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Care for Pet Professionals

Animal professionals are experiencing burnout like never before. Learn how to recognise it and prevent it with this course.

We will cover:
• Emotional intelligence: self & social awareness
• Connecting with empathy & compassion
• Compassion fatigue: recognition and support
• Euthanasia: the intrinsic nature of loss
• Bereavement: permission to grieve
• Self care
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What's included?

  • 1 Unit
  • 1 Certification

Learn about the signs of stress, compassion fatigue and burnout

Use strategies to become self-aware and practice self-care to stay healthy

Course Content

Meet the instructor

Dr Teresa Tyler

Dr. Teresa Tyler PhD, MA, Grad Dip ABM, Dip CB, VN, IQA, EQA  

Dr Teresa Tyler is the Director of The DoGenius Institute. She received her PhD in Anthrozoology in 2021 from the University of Exeter. As an anthroozologist, animal behaviourist, veterinary nurse and human psychotherapist, she has a keen interest in human/canine interactions. She is an Ofqual subject matter expert in animal behaviour and welfare. Teresa has developed the Dogenius Institute to provide opportunities for people wanting to understand, work and share their lives with animals from an animal-centric perspective. The courses encourage the recognition of other animals as ethically significant beings, and that an understanding of these interactions, is a moral imperative. She is based in Cyprus where she also works as a writer, teacher and canine behaviourist.
Patrick Jones - Course author

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