As a pet care professional, you have embarked upon a mission of helping people and their pets. Whether you are in the medical field or in pet death care, possessing skills necessary to assist families through the emotional times associated with the death of their beloved pets will be a comfort to you and your families.
As a pet death care provider, these courses are a wonderful program to bring to your veterinary clients. Facilitating this learning for clinics will certainly position your organization for more value-added services.
As a veterinary clinic, your team will appreciate enhancing their skills in assisting grieving families through the loss of their beloved animal companions.
Modules and Descriptions
The curriculum of the coursework is arranged to give you choices, matching your particular needs to an appropriate learning module. These courses provide a clear understanding of the grief process from a variety of perspectives, delivering the skills you will need to be both helpful and healing. These various Pet Loss & Grief Companioning courses will bring to you the skills you’ll need to feel comfortable in working with those experiencing the loss of a pet.
You and your clinic can pick from a variety of courses and methods of receiving this educational information. Courses such as:
The Basics of Pet Loss Companioning
Understanding the Six Central Needs of Mourning
Understanding Eﬀective Communication and Caregiver Attributes
Various Consumer Segments Response to Pet Grief
Anticipator Grief and Rituals
The Importance of Self Care as a Companion
Pet Loss Companioning and The Value of Rituals
Pet Loss & Grief Companioning Certiﬁcation Course
This intense 3-day retreat will provide every educational aspect of pet loss and grief.
From walking with a family in their grief journey to the marketing of your pet loss services, every important component of being a companion will be discussed in detail.
All of the mentioned courses are available in a variety of teaching mediums. Contact is HERE for more information.
* Course meets the requirements for continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however, participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education.
“Just when you think you’ve got it down, this course advances your skills 10-fold. It is always the right time to learn more about companioning for our field!”
– Kathy Cooney, DVM Home to Heaven, LLC
“The Pet Loss and Grief Companioning courses are still one of the best CE experiences I have ever had. Coleen is engaging and makes serious topics bearable and enlightening. I still use many of the “words and phrases” I learned during my course on a daily basis as I help coach families through their pet’s end of life experience. Coleen is a gem and her course is priceless. It is a must attend for anyone helping families cope with the loss of a beloved pet.”