Behavior Job-Alike Meeting on Thursday Oct 26 at 9 am PT/noon ET
We'll be joined by Erin Jones who will be talking about The Ethical Application of LIMA (Least Intrusive Minimally Aversive) in Shelter Behavior.
This presentation will cover:
- Each level of the Humane Hierarchy of Behaviour Change
- How we would evaluate cases ethically and reduce aversive/intrusiveness in practice (adherence in a challenging environment)
- Considerations for a busy shelter environment
- Case examples
- Learning opportunities through the IAABC Foundation and other additional resources
About our speaker: Erin is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC) and Accredited Dog Trainer (ADT) with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC), a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA) with the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), and an Accredited Animal Behaviour Consultant (ABC) with Companion Animals New Zealand (CANZ). She also holds a PhD in Human-Animal Studies, a MSc in Anthrozoology, and a BSc in Psychology and Anthropology. She works as an independent researcher, author, and scholar as well as working for the IAABC Foundation both as an Educator, social media content creator, and as an editor for the IAABC Foundation Journal. Originally from Canada, Erin founded the Merit Dog Project in Christchurch, New Zealand where she now lives with her husband, Mike, and dog, Juno.
Register for the Zoom meeting here: https://maddies.fund/3np1A0t
About HASS Behavior Job-Alike Groups:
Human Animal Support Services (HASS) facilitates Job-Alike Groups to provide colleagues with similar roles and responsibilities the opportunity to discuss common issues, ask questions, determine best practices, and share program ideas among their peers. These groups include collaborative sessions that enable participants to share resources and develop relationships across multiple districts and settings.
This meeting is for behavior support and collaboration and occurs once a month to discuss successful innovations, collaborate with others in the field, answer questions, and talk through complex behavior-related issues.
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