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Behavior Adjustment Training for Fear & Aggression by Grisha Stewart


Behavior Adjustment Training for Fear & Aggression
Grisha Stewart

This short seminar video will help dog-savvy viewers get started with Behavior Adjustment Training. You’ll see how to add BAT to your behavior modification toolbox to build dogs' coping skills and decrease fear.

When working with fear and aggression, BAT uses *operant* counter-conditioning with a marker signal and systematic desensitization to build social skills, confidence around the trigger, and trust in the handler. While food or other rewards are used with BAT in some cases, the main focus of BAT is on using environmental rewards that already maintain the reactivity.

Bio - Grisha Stewart is the owner of Ahimsa Dog Training. She is a clicker trainer that specializes in the treatment and prevention of dog aggression. Grisha has a Master's in Mathematics from Bryn Mawr College. She is now pursuing a Master's in Psychology with an emphasis in animal behavior at Antioch University, while still running her Ahimsa and doing private consults for aggression cases. Her first career as a theoretical mathematician and college instructor serves her well in dog training and behavior consultations, because she relies heavily on the problem solving, critical thinking, and teaching skills she gained in that field.


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Advanced/Pro Training
Behavior
Problem Dogs
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