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Bach Flower Animals Practitioner Course


Fully Accredited by the British Association of Flower Essence Producers/

An Additional ONE - TO - ONE assessment day ith Caroline is required for this course, as requested by Balens insurance.

(6) hours tutorial. 

One to One Assessment Day – Bach Flower Animal Practitioner Course


Comprehensive Holistic Assessment of student is key to delivering a high quality course. Assessing the student in person allows the teacher to gain crucial evidence that the student will reach the high standard necessary to qualify as a Bach Flower Animal Practitioner.


Those students who intend to gain full Insurance via Balens Insurance Company and want to complete the course in full, so as to qualify as a Practitioner.


A date will be arranged which will be suitable to the student and Caroline Thomas. The assessment day will take place at Caroline Thomas’s home or in a suitable venue, should there be more than one student at a cost of £111.00 .


- The Vet Laws

- Working with Vets

- Health and Safety

- Storage of Confidential Information GDPR

- Understanding of the Bach Flowers

- The Tree of Animal Behaviours

- How to run a consultation in person and via skype

- The Hoof and Paw Code of Ethics

- How to approach each module, with the best possible outcomes.

- Q & A

- Certificate of Attendance will be given after student has reached the standard necessary, to receive full insurance via Balens.


The one to one assessment day, will cover 6 hours of personal tuition (9am – 3pm)


The Bach Flower Animal Practitioner Course is ideal for those students, who are keen, to work with clients and vets on a Professional footing.

Course Accreditation

The course is accredited as a practitioner course and successful completion entitles the student to get full insurance from Balens. There are no physiology and anatomy Content.

Course Outline

The course will comprise of a mixture of animal behaviour, theory and practical case studies. Although learning is important the course is structured so that there is plenty of opportunity for students to learn how to use Flower Essences practically in treating animals that have emotional problems.

Students are expected to study at home between the stages and comprehensive recommended reading lists are provided.

Stage 1

The course is divided into 7 modules which you will need to complete. These need to be numbered 1 – 5/6/7 and each question needs to be numbered. You will need to demonstrate that you understand each question and your answers need to show a detailed assessment of your understanding. You will not be able to move on to the next module until you have successfully completed the one before. No more than 500 words per question please.

Stage 2

You will complete 6 indepth case studys and be able to obtain temporary insurance cover from Balens. The first case study will need written consent from the clients vet. It will need to be submitted together with the other 5 case studies in the correct format using the consultation form that will be provided and also the form to submit your findings. This will be marked within a 2 week period.  Cases can be submitted as each one is completed.

In each case explain the following:

• How you went about handling the case from the time you met the client

• The emotional/behavioural problems exhibited by the animal

• Any special issues which may be relevant to the actual consultation

• Which Bach Flower Essences you selected and why

• Where appropriate, explain why you would seek additional professional assistance. 

On successful completion of the 6 in depth case studys and 7 modules you will qualify as a fully insurable Bach Flower Animal Practitioner Course content Animal behaviour. Certificate will be posted to you, so you can submit it to Balens, to obtain your insurance.

- Animal Act 2006

- How to make a flower essence

- Learn about each flower essence in relation to animal behaviour

- Learn the subtle differences between some flower essences

- How to interact with the owner of the animal

- Learn about Dr Bach and what his thought process was

- Distant healing with flower essences

- Early abrupt weaning

- How to use flower essences

- Grief and Bach Flowers

- Bach Flowers and Rescue animals

- The vibration of flower essences

- How to use a pendulum

- Doctrine of signatures

- How to run a Flower essence consultation

- The mirror effect

- The Perfect melody

- Dogs with Autism

- Do Bach Flowers help physical problems?

- The soul and Bach Flowers

- Health and safety when working with animals

- Understanding the vet law

- How to write a letter to a vet

- Your 6 indepth case studys and the requirements

- Working as a professional Bach Flower Animal Therapist 

- Animals are what they eat

Time for completing the Course 

There is an imposed dead line of 18 months. However, if it is your serious intention to treat animals with Bach Flowers then the sooner you become qualified the better. One of the objectives in offering the course is to encourage practitioners to attain a recognisable uniform standard of animal knowledge which will help veterinary surgeons refer on cases to practitioners with knowledge and confidence. At Hoof and Paw we aim to offer a high quality course at an affordable price.  

Continuing Professional Development 

New research on the theory of animal behaviour is being published all of the time. In order for animal practitioners to keep up to date as well as to afford them the opportunity to share their experiences, please contact Caroline, if you would be interested in CPD.



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