This is the course for anyone who wants to help animals using the Bach Flower Remedies; it’s our own Animal Counsellor course certified by the Natural Animal Centre. As we now have a more flexible relationship with the Bach Centre we can now offer our qualification to everyone – no need to have any Bach qualifications to become an NAC Bach Flower Remedies Animal Counsellor Course (AC) as our programme covers everything you need to know.
Heather Simpson with her unique qualifications as a neurologist, endocrinologist & behaviourist translated Dr. Bach’s human system, to one for animals and this is the course which arose from all that analysis. The Distance Learning Programme is open to everyone. Whether you want to treat your own animals or qualify with the NAC as one of our NAC Bach Flower Remedies Animal Counsellors Course this course will get you what you want.
We ran a similar course for the the Bach Centre for 20 years, but we want to be able to offer it everyone who believes in our mission statement … positively influencing the wellbeing of animals worldwide … so there is no entry level requirement. Our distance learning style takes you through a relaxed combination of theory, and practical case studies where you learn the application of the remedies gradually as you see them applied to real life case studies.
So you will be able to help animals by choosing the right remedies based on simple, applied animal behaviour. Dr. Bach used negative emotional states, we will teach you how to identify the animal equivalent – abnormal behaviours. And not only will we cover nine species in the course content, but by the time you are finished you will have a system to be able to treat any animal with a little research on their normal behaviours using the Natural Animal Centre’s own Behavioural Triangle®.
If you are already a Bach Centre Human Practitioner, the Bach Centre have been accrediting this course, as being suitable for their Animal Practitioner Register – check with the Bach Centre if this is your objective as the accreditation on their register is their decision.