Dreamcatcher™ has been offering distance trainings in Animal Assisted Interventions within Canada for more than a decade and has assisted in the development of numerous programs Internationally. Our team can travel to locations around the country to educate and support your professional organization in the steps and aspects necessary to develop and run an ethical, professional and effective animal assisted intervention program.
We are skilled in a variety of animal species and can provide theoretical and logistical information for how any species may assist you in your work or fit within your organization. Upon request, our highly skilled Psychologist and Animal Behaviour Expert team will screen your potential 'therapy' animals and provide behavioral and temperament information as well as recommendations for the animal's scope of practice and needs to work in interventions.
Whether you are a professional organization looking to work with canines in a hospital setting or an individual with a rabbit hoping to assist children with behavioural concerns in school, all trainings are tailored to fit your needs. This ensures that as professionals, you and your animal partners are trained accordingly to deliver the highest standard of practice.
Inquiries are welcomed by contacting Eileen at 780.809.1047 ext 2 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Director, Eileen Bona, teaching a workshop in Surrey, BC
Distance Programming and In-Person Individualized Training and Development has been provided to:
Cariboo Hoofbeats Assisted Activity Program a.k.a. CHAAPS, Quesnel BC
Semiahmoo Animal League Inc. a.k.a. SALI's Farm, Surrey BC
Teachers Association Inquiry Project & School District No. 22, Vernon BC
Cranston School, Calgary, AB
Eric Harvie School, Calgary, AB
BlueRein Ranch, Fort MacLeod, AB
St. Gregory Catholic School, Hinton, AB
Lloydminster Kennel Club, Lloydminster, AB
Saskatoon Health Authority, Saskatoon, SK
Butterfly Factory, Holland
Sunshine University, Japan