The Pet Loss Companioning course at E-Training for Dogs is our newest offering in quality and informative webinars.
This is an 8 session webinar course co-taught by Coleen Ellis and Joe Dwyer. Each lesson is in lecture format designed to provide real steps and actions that will teach the student how to help others, or yourself, through the loss of a beloved pet.
As more and more people are acknowledging that their pets are more than just animals and that they are members of the family, they are demanding the same types of services that we would want and expect of our human family members. While Pet Parents did all they could for their furry children during life, they also want to make sure that the same can be said in death. Furthermore, they will feel comforted in knowing that, most of all, their feelings of grief are validated. As Pet Care Professionals, while it’s our responsibility to help pet parents with the loss of their pet, it’s also an area that many people are uncomfortable with. In the eight Pet Loss Companioning webinars, many different aspects of death and grief are explored as the attendees learn the intricacies of one of life’s inevitable events.
In the eight Pet Loss Companioning webinars, many different aspects of death
and grief are explored as the attendees learn the intricacies of one of life’s inevitable events: Death.
Each session will consist of a lecture, a quiz, and reflection homework that helps the student to absorb the material. This course is OnDemand (available at any time for the student’s participation).
To learn more and to register, go HERE.
This course is co-taught by Coleen Ellis, the first awardee of the Death and Grief Studies Certification specializing in Pet Loss Companioning by Dr. Alan Wolfelt at Colorado State University and Joe Dwyer, a graduate of Emerson Theological Institute as a certified Animal Chaplain and pet parent of Daniel, the Beagle who survived the gas chamber.
RACE CEU credits available.
CCPDT and IAABC CEU’s pending