Why Mental Management?
Once basic skills have been developed for any dog sport (including Nose Work, Agility, Obedience, Rally, Freestyle, Herding, Musical Canine Freestyle, etc.), handlers and their dog need to learn to work exceptionally well together as a team for top performance.
In this seminar, we will explore what makes an excellent handler and how your efficiency as a handler will affect your dog’s performance in training and trialing. As a professional dog trainer, these same skills and techniques can be used in your dog training business or professional setting to deal with challenging situations, difficult clients, and group presentations. In addition, these skills are critical for any dog trainer that wants their students to excel in training!
Get Continued Education Units for attending our seminar
CCPDT-KA - 6.5 CEUs
NACSW CNWI - 2 CEUs
Benefits of Mental Management
Understand the elements of performance so as a team you and your dog can perform at your best.
Learn how to focus and perform under pressure to the best of your abilities.
Discover what makes excellent performance easy when handling a dog.
Learn how to set goals that are realistic yet will allow you and your dog to stretch as a team.
Develop tools to easily track your dog training performance and accomplish goals easily.
Learn how to have consistent performance as a handler to avoid mistakes that will throw your dog off.
Understand how you perceive yourself and your dog will affect your performance as a team and learn how to change that perception.
As a dog trainer or business owner, learn how to smoothly handle difficult situations such as the client “melt-down,” unhappy clients, or unexpected events during a class or dog event.
Teach instructors how to help their clients be not only efficient but stellar trainers!
About the instructor
For the past 21 years, Teah Anders has been working with dogs and handlers helping them communicate and learn behaviors. Teah is one of the first instructors in the country certified by Olympic gold medalist, Lanny Bassham, to teach his proven Mental Management System™. Teah is also a Nose Work instructor, here at Gentle Touch Pet Training, instructs at NACSW/Dogs of Course NW Camps, and is a Trial CO and ORT CO and Judge.
Mental Management Seminar
Date: November 7, 2021
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Gentle Touch Pet Training
173 Buckley Road, San Luis Obispo, CA, 93401
Registration Fee: $150 (includes With Winning in Mind book and performance journal)
Continued Education Units: CCPDT-KA - 6.5 CEUs & NACSW CNWI - 2 CEUs