As a child my mum despaired as she had to drag me from the petting zoo. I filled my bedroom with “worm gardens”, caterpillars and ants. I had many hamsters, one of which used to eat breakfast with me every morning and ride in my dressing gown pocket. This fascination with animals led to my adult career.
I concentrate on ensuring that the straightforward, positive methods I use can be carried out by everyone and are individually prescribed for your situation. I enjoy working together with the owner to modify the pet’s behaviour ensuring a much happier, healthier relationship.
Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist
Helen Jarratt is a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist. This is an accreditation awarded by the Association of the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) after it was recognised that there was a need to regulate the profession. Certification requires 3 things:
- Education; to an honours degree or higher in a biological or behavioural science.
- Experience; evidence of a significant amount of working in clinical practice.
- Endorsement; by referring veterinary surgeons and supervising CCABs.
This is a prestigious professional accreditation with very demanding entry standards and at present there are only approximately 35 CCABs in the UK.
BSc Hons in Physiology & Psychology (Humans) at Southampton University
Postgraduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling at Southampton University
Membership requires highest professional standards, knowledge and expertise. Click here for more information.
Membership number 0799. The APDT assesses all members according to a strict criteria which ensures they have appropriate skills to teach dog training. We are required to keep our education up to date, and adhere to a Code of Practice.
This is a membership organisation for professionals committed to results based, science based force-free training and pet care.
Head of the Human Psychology and Clinical Practice unit on the BSc (Hons) Applied Animal Behaviour degree course at Sparsholt College, University of Portsmouth.
This involves organising the unit, lecturing and examinations for the students. It also involves providing Continued Professional Development lectures for veterinary surgeons and nurses.
- Published Articles
- Working with dogs held under Dangerous Dogs Act
- Socialising dogs for DEFRA
- Run workshops and lectures
- Expert witness
- Run a variety of courses
- Referrals from many vets around Basingstoke, Winchester and Salisbury
- Trained over 1700 puppies
- Undertake Continued Professional Development
Contact me for more information.