TTouch® with Companion Animals with TTouch instructor Debby Potts in Rockville, Maryland October 1-3 and October 1-6

Participants new to Tellington TTouch are welcome.
This training counts towards Practitioner Certification.
Dog Trainers: CCPDT CEU’s available.
NCBTMB members earn CE’s

Reserve Your Space Today!

For information about cost, registration, directions, logistics, accommodation, etc., contact local coordinator Advanced Practitioner Pam Wanveer at: 240-274-2432

From Debby:

I am looking forward to teaching in Rockville. I have many plans for a fun week. We’ll spend time with basic skills and specific details, the process for working with any animal, how to be effective with clients and what to do when things don’t go as you expected. We’ll share teaching tips, explore how your mind and body affects the success of your sessions and help you to be really successful. Hope to see you there!

Comment from one participant: “Debby is a fantastic combination of organized and flexible. She is well informed and her kind sense of humor made the course fun.”

People are eager to work with Debby because of her clear explanations, comfortable teaching style and genuine sense of humor. Her trainings include an integration of all aspects of Tellington TTouch and provide the knowledge and experience to help people feel confident with their skills.

Debby’s background is rich with practical hands-on experience including 28 years of teaching TTouch and a successful private practice with a variety of clients and animals around the world.

The Training Venue

The venue in Rockville, Maryland is Your Dog’s Friend – a non-profit dedicated to education and positive training. It is part of a magnificent network of dog educators and caregivers. We are delighted to be able to hold our trainings in such a supportive environment, and to contribute TTouch to the community.

Rockville is just outside Washington, DC, so you might consider making a holiday of it and seeing some of those Washington sights you haven’t had the opportunity to visit. The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum and research complex. It is, as it says of itself, “seriously amazing.”

Your Dog’s Friend is in the suburbs, and anything you are likely to need can be found nearby.

Questions? Please feel free to contact Debby if you have questions about what she will be teaching. Perhaps you have a special request. If this is your first session, you may wonder what to expect. Do get in touch.

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