Diane tutors the following courses:
CIDBT 4110 is a four phase course, it is solely Home Study and no workshop attendance is required.
£425 - 4 Phase Course without Workshop
The course is designed for professionals supporting owners and carers of pets who have experienced a pet or animal bereavement within occupations including veterinary, instructional, policing, and voluntary or welfare, and general counselling practice sectors..
£385 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop
This course is designed for qualified professionals who intend to support owners and carers of pets who have experienced a pet or animal bereavement within contexts including veterinary, instructional and voluntary or welfare and counselling practice.
£585 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop
This course delves deeply into the psychology of breed specific behaviours and drives.
£395 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop
Diane Kunas MA MCFBA holds a Masters Degree in the Psychology of Dog Breed Behaviour. In addition to being a tutor with the Institute, Diane works full time as a Canine Practitioner both within her own business, Continental Canine Behaviour, Ltd., and as a contractor for other professional pet care organisations.
Her services include private behaviour management consultation; one-to-one obedience training; group classes – puppy, basic and advanced learning; staff training, and lectures. Diane is a full member of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain and is the editor for the Associate’s quarterly magazine.
She works with all breeds, but it especially fond of the Working Group, specifically guarding and bull breeds and is currently the proud owner of a Boxer and Dogue de Bordeaux.