Webinars & Zooms

Group meetings are a great way to connect and give you the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and learn more. We rotate each month the time of the call and also the day of the week so we can try to accommodate all learners in their 28 countries. The majority of our calls are recorded however and can be found below for you to watch again!

We send you a notification of Zoom meetings via email from 
Here we inform you of the time of the Zoom as well as pop you a link to register for the Zoom session. Process below.

Have you received a Zoom invite from us?

– Once you get the confirmation email save this to your calendar immediately.
– This will be saved to your calendar in the respective time for your country.
– Please note that the email you receive for registration will be from Zoom, not from the Trust-Technique so best to save it to your calendar there and then to ensure that you do not lose the email or miss the zoom call.
– Please note that your mentor will speak on a given topic and field questions based on the topic covered within the session.


Please note until you have finished GYOE you will not see the Consultation zooms

Admin & IT Zoom Meeting

These zoom meetings will focus on the administration processes of the Trust Technique Practitioner program and also, any IT support issues that users are having. It will also explain areas of the website in more detail and what to expect from us during your course progression.

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Gaining Your Own Experience Zoom Meetings

These zoom meetings will focus on the structure and understandings of the GYOE section in the Trust Technique Practitioner course. They are focused on learners who are working their way through this initial part of the course but can be useful for practitioners in the Consultation phase too.

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0:00 Introduction and Greetings
0:16 Talking About Zoom and Connection
0:28 Populating the Zoom Call
0:35 Comment on Little Boxes in Zoom
0:38 Talking About the Zooms and Connection
0:43 Greeting Other Participants
0:54 Encouraging Participants to Turn on Videos
0:58 Muting Background Noise
1:08 Hoping for Participants from America and Canada
1:13 Talking About Time Zone Differences
1:21 Mentioning Previous Zoom Calls and TEDx Talk
1:31 Apologizing for Zoom Fatigue
1:56 Mentioning Changes in Zoom Leadership
2:03 Overview of Growth in Trust Technique Program
2:12 Introduction of Assessors Christine and Chloe
2:15 Explanation for Non-Attendees
2:19 Incremental Stages of Growth in Program
3:01 Need for Creation of Assessment Division
3:14 Creation of Job Interview for Assessment Division
3:39 Importance of Bringing in More People to Center
4:06 Creation of Mentor Division
4:50 Introduction of New Assessors and Mentors
5:14 Future Role for Christine and Chloe
5:25 Sharing Personal Story of Growth
7:08 Explanation of Auto Emails and Admin Inbox
8:21 James’ Experience with Dyslexia
19:33 Difficulty with 20-Minute Video Assessment
20:32 Challenges in Attracting People for Assessments
30:22 Understanding the Affiliate Program
32:26 Difficulty with Explaining Trust Technique in French
39:55 Challenges in Working with Different Clients
44:46 Frustration with Unengaged Clients
49:57 Challenges in Finding People to Work With
52:07 Variability in Client Engagement
52:23 Challenges in Session Progression

0:00 Introduction
0:17 Greetings and Protocol
1:13 Inviting Assessors and Co-hosts
1:45 Importance of GYOE (Gaining Your Own Experience)
4:18 Emphasis on Formative Assessments
6:19 Understanding the Purpose of GYOE
9:36 Challenges with the 20-minute Video
13:12 Focusing on Creative Reaction
18:01 Importance of Reviewing Course Material
21:50 Description of Creative Reaction from Learners
26:05 Building Confidence in Explaining the Trust Technique
31:46 Importance of Reviewing Course Material Continuously
38:36 Gaining Confidence through Case Studies and Reviewing Material
43:12 Overcoming Fear and Nervousness in Explaining the Trust Technique
47:42 Continuing Personal and Professional Development
49:48 Gaining Confidence through Practice and Guided Outcomes
50:33 Importance of Discussing Challenges and Sharing Experiences

0:00 Introduction
0:11 Essence of Learning
1:10 GYOE Zoom with Shelly
2:28 GYOE Routes
3:02 The 20-Minute Video
4:48 Flexibility in Timing
9:19 Importance of the 20-Minute Video
12:03 Overcoming Video Challenges
13:43 Practicing and Building Confidence
18:00 Assessors and Getting to Know Them
25:30 Language Challenges
27:26 Language Translation Tips
29:32 Essence vs. Practicality of Assessments
34:50 Understanding the Assessment Team
38:03 Reassessment Process
44:17 Importance of Approaching Animals
46:34 Working with Rescue Animals

0:00 Introduction
0:13 Settling in and Welcome
2:12 Housekeeping
3:19 Muting microphones and raising hands
6:45 Importance of self-reflection and learning
7:12 Correction: Unique learner number
9:05 Verifying email address for receiving emails
13:12 Sharing thoughts and experiences on the GYOE process
17:30 Addressing concerns about time management and reading list
29:02 Dealing with clients and building confidence
33:17 Process of resubmissions
34:19 Inviting participants to an admin and IT Zoom session
41:30 Importance of kindness and support
45:28 Choosing the right environment and participants for GYOE
46:56 Recognizing the growth journey and challenges
54:32 Wrapping up and thank you

0:04 Introduction
0:12 Connecting and Blending
0:18 Global Participants
1:10 Participants Joining the Zoom Call
1:38 Small Group Size
2:16 Familiar Faces and New Faces
2:34 The Cohort Cycle
3:16 Importance of GYOE
3:48 Purpose of GYOE
5:19 Repetition in GYOE
6:16 Challenges with GYOE
9:45 Development and Progression in GYOE
12:03 Why GYOE is Included in the Program
16:12 Difficulty in Finding People to Work With
18:00 Continuing GYOE with New Animals
19:08 Adjustments in GYOE for Unfinished Sessions
21:18 The Perspective of GYOE
25:04 Building Confidence and Experience
26:11 Balancing Workload and Availability
30:01 Watching Video Recordings
32:09 Observation and Self-Critique
34:07 Benefits of GYOE for Healing
36:43 Connecting with Participants for Video Course
38:07 Time and Frustration in GYOE and Consultation
46:00 Importance of Affiliate Link and Recommendations
48:45 Overview of Resources Tab and Affiliate Link
0:04 Introduction and Early Arrivals
0:17 Greetings and Setting the Time
0:48 Settling in and Muting Videos
0:59 Appreciating the Video Format
1:11 Encouraging Questions and Participation
1:29 Reflecting on Learners’ Experiences
2:17 Discussing the Co-host and Solo Flying
2:50 Belief in Strength through Support
3:23 Exploring Support and Various Discussions
4:08 Focusing on Best Teaching Practices
4:58 Balancing Repetition and Progression
6:40 Emphasizing the Importance of Doing and Experience
7:48 Building a Solid Foundation for Consultation
9:09 Allocating Interactive and Discussion Time
9:46 Collecting Feedback on Timings, Schedule, and Regularity
12:09 Addressing Challenges with Facebook Groups
12:21 Introducing Additional Zoom Meetings
14:31 Feedback and Improvement of IT Functions
17:00 Planning and Adjusting Dates for Learners Worldwide
22:28 Revisiting Principles and Understanding
23:59 Exploring Communication, Healing, and More
26:13 Importance of Holding a Healing Space
29:33 Managing Session Duration and Animal’s Coping Ability
32:09 Dealing with Emotional Reactions During and After a Session
38:06 Supporting Clients in Recognizing Transformations
45:46 Embracing Deeper Connections and Life-Changing Experiences
48:28 Clarifying Questions and Answers in Course Forum
50:08 Navigating Session Challenges and Addressing Medical Conditions
51:47 Considering Harmfulness in Non-Touch Presence

0:02 Introduction
0:11 Greetings and introductions
0:19 Setting the stage
0:26 Importance of being present in communication
2:03 Preparation and facilitation of group Zoom sessions
2:37 Importance of videos and muting in Zoom sessions
3:02 Welcome and appreciation for participants
3:18 Introducing Charlotte as customer care superhero
3:26 Purpose and format of the Zoom session
4:11 Starting with the essence of the trust technique
7:47 Importance of familiar routines and complementary practices
16:12 Demonstrating being present in the present moment
17:58 Tips for enhancing the present moment experience
23:02 Importance of practicing the present moment skill
26:59 Clarification on assessment requirements
31:02 Explaining the purpose of the 20-minute video assessment
38:01 Clarifying the intent of the affiliate program
45:49 Demonstrating how to access resources and insurance information
46:05 Explanation on financial compensation through the affiliate program
47:38 Demonstration of how to access affiliate links and referrals

0:02 Introduction
0:07 Golf trip recording
0:11 Waiting for everyone to join
0:20 Thanking attendees
0:29 Anticipating questions
0:36 Letting in other participants
0:48 Big turnout expected
0:53 Update on previous sessions
1:02 Figuring out time zones
1:19 A break from winter
1:28 Silly videos and muting
1:41 Technical difficulties
1:49 Trouble connecting from train
2:03 Reviewing the basics
2:16 Going through the course
2:46 Not just an IT course
3:14 Importance of watching the 16-minute video
4:43 Stressing the importance of the course video
5:26 No downloading of the learner folder
6:38 IT support
7:59 Introducing Charlotte
8:55 Understanding the essence of the Trust Technique
15:02 The test of thinking in GYOE
18:17 Importance of taking your own journey
22:57 Reflecting on personal journey
23:02 Questions from learners
32:54 Importance of resources tab
37:47 Recap on assessment folder
45:13 Reviewing qualifications and overview
48:43 Questions from learners
49:56 Open for questions on the journey
50:26 Answering questions about the assessment
51:45 Explanation of thinking levels
52:08 Summary and conclusion

0:00 Introduction
0:20 Greetings
1:13 Time differences and scheduling
2:07 Accessing recording parts and resources
4:03 Navigating the website’s resources tab
9:08 Housekeeping and questions
12:03:23 Working with animals and humans together
15:49 Balancing working with humans and animals
17:54 Understanding the dynamics of the human-animal relationship
19:41 Finding the right environment for sessions
24:42 Working on and off lead with animals
29:41 Creating intentional connections with horses
43:03 Ensuring a safe boundary with horses and dogs
49:14 Respectful approach to animals’ space and boundaries
51:59 Asking owners to work with their horses
52:22 Wrapping up the session

0:02 Introduction and greeting
0:17 Quick update on participants
0:30 Importance of cameras and microphones
1:21 Instructing participants on raising virtual or real hands
1:44 Appreciation for participants joining early in the morning
2:04 Acknowledgment of global representation in the group
2:22 Thanks for understanding the scheduling challenges
3:02 Importance of joining and being present
3:25 Greetings and individual check-ins
3:30 Importance of connection and community
4:15 Conversation about shyness and participating in group discussions
5:23 Encouragement to ask questions and share thoughts
8:21 Instructions on raising virtual hand and muting microphone
8:23 Explanation of where to find the relevant controls
19:12 Emphasis on gaining personal experience in the Trust Technique
21:05 Importance of defining and describing the Trust Technique
26:13 Emphasizing the responsibility of the learner
32:39 Discussion on attracting clients for case studies
34:07 Emphasis on making the Trust Technique relatable and accessible
39:11 Clarification on interpreting feelings from animals in sessions
46:46 Reminding not to interpret as a communicator, but to ground communications in sessions
50:01 Acknowledging the challenge of not wanting to fix everything
56:45 Sharing personal example of a breakdown and the importance of connection
56:60 Encouragement to practice getting present and recommend it to clients
58:02 Question about when to start consultations after GYOE

0:00 Introduction
0:01 Opening greetings
0:08 Waiting for everyone to join
0:13 Request to show faces and use neutral microphones
0:17 Note about recorded positions and speaker’s absence
0:30 Speaker leaves momentarily
0:37 Speaker acknowledges client’s presence
0:40 Introduction of Amelia
0:47 Greetings and welcome messages
1:22 Change in meeting format and encouragement for open discussion
1:51 Focus on essence questions
3:19 Importance of monthly meetings for progression
3:38 The dynamic nature of J-Way-R-Way sessions
5:01 Speaker’s personal experiences during the break
5:54 Acknowledgement of attendees and praise for attending
6:04 Instructions on participant interaction and raising questions
6:36 Explanation of resubmissions and positive intent behind them
7:58 Importance of reframing resubmissions
8:07 Technical issue with microphone
8:18 Discussion about dogs biting the leash
11:35 Reframing the behavior of dogs biting the leash
12:13 Importance of adapting to individual animals and situations
15:38 Managing repetitive behaviors and new beginnings
17:21 Reflecting on changes in animals after J-Way-R-Way
21:53 Discussion about horses lifting hooves and progress over time
23:23 Understanding the individual journeys of animals
26:15 Importance of standing during sessions
28:11 Observing animals’ thinking and movements
29:07 Influence of the trust technique on dogs biting the leash
32:27 Explanation of working with personal animals in assessment
33:35 Dealing with the death of a pet and getting a new one
38:38 Discussion on observing and matching animals’ states
45:49 Explaining the concept of matching in mindful regard
46:44 Matching animals’ thinking and staying present
49:42 Discussion on working with a new dog not accustomed to a leash
50:33 Understanding the personal aspect of getting a new dog
52:11 Clarification on mindful regard and matching thinking

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0:00 Introduction
0:16 GYOE Reviews and Reaching Australia and America
2:01 Waiting for Participants to Join
2:42 Starting July GYOE
3:05 Importance of Progression in GYOE
4:11 Clarification on GYOE Purpose
6:37 GYOE as Preparation for Consultation Structure
8:05 Importance of Gaining Experience and Working in Different Environments
9:48 Clarification on Working with Specific Animals
11:03 Question about Recognizing Influences as a Part of Assessment
12:00 Assessing the Human’s Level of Thinking in Consultation
15:13 Importance of Holding Anchor Point and Being Present
17:20 Working with Humans and Educating Them in Trust Technique
19:30 Importance of Familiarity with Different Environments
21:30 Clarification on Working with Same Humans and Animals
25:13 Clarification on Animal Communication and Interpretation
26:14 Addressing Confusion Regarding Animal Communication and Expectations
31:09 Importance of Focusing on Trust Technique Structure
32:50 Importance of Observing Animals during GYOE
36:10 Question about Animal Interpretations in Assessments
40:15 Importance of Educating Humans about Shared Feelings
43:20 Clarification on Progression in Consultation Structure
47:50 Addressing Confusion Regarding Progression and Animal Communication
49:35 Importance of Focusing on Observing Animals during GYOE
52:20 Importance of Teaching Humans to Observe Animals
56:35 Importance of Clarifying Questions and Seeking Assistance

0:00 Introduction
0:04 GYOE Zoom session begins
0:09 Welcome and introduction
0:16 Struggles and gratitude
0:33 Session format and questions
1:34 Importance of connection with participants
2:13 Time management and question prioritization
3:01 Debbie’s question on behalf of another participant
4:26 Tammy’s question on wind sucking in horses
7:32 Explanation of wind sucking behavior in horses
13:03 Karen’s experience and progress with her horse
15:45 Clarification on working with dogs and their comfort zones
16:36 Balancing personal feelings and empathy
19:56 Overthinking and gaining experience
23:39 Claudia’s question on separating herself from others’ feelings
27:05 Understanding and managing shared feelings
32:23 Claudia’s question on distance and emotions with horses
37:05 Debbie’s question on working with a resource-guarding dog
43:28 Claudia’s question on a dog’s behavior during sessions
48:24 Hallo’s question on mindful regard and its focus

0:00 Introduction
0:03 The Shelf to Click Everybody In
0:20 Jessica Brilliance
0:30 Greetings and Time Zones
0:36 Dealing with Jetlag
0:41 James’s Travels and Haircut
1:07 New Experience: A Fringe Haircut
1:23 Explaining the Chihuahua on an Airplane Paper
1:35 Muting and Video Control
1:47 Waiting for Participants to Join
2:04 Time Zone Considerations for Zoom Calls
2:54 Updates on Help Center for Learners
3:39 Introducing the Help Center
6:04 Overview of Help Center Features
8:00 Scheduling Zoom Calls for Cohorts
9:12 Practicality Questions and Answers
10:58 Frequency of Sessions and Personal Experience
19:12 Dealing with Talkative Clients
21:47 Asking Questions and Seeking Answers
24:06 Recording Additional Topics for Help Center
26:18 Handling Interactions with Multiple Animals
38:07 Slowing Down and Directing Conversations
42:17 Signs of Food-Related Issues in Dogs
44:20 Working with Multiple Animals in a Group
48:11 Finding Timing and Focus in Group Sessions
49:08 Reflective Journaling for Personal Development
50:07 Summary and Final Thoughts

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0:00 Introduction
0:06 Morning greetings
0:15 Introduction to the meeting
1:18 Introductions of the participants
2:59 James introduces the topic of risk assessment
5:42 Importance of understanding thinking levels in risk assessment
9:24 Mindset of risk assessment
13:20 Importance of detailed risk assessments
17:46 Importance of following through on risk assessments
23:19 Building trust and understanding with a scared dog
26:22 Working with dogs that are playful and excitable
28:28 Considerations for working with animals in shared households
30:01 Giving animals time to come back to a lower thinking level
34:43 Involving the guardian in the sessions
42:36 Different approaches to training within a shared household
45:00 Importance of consent and boundaries in working with animals
49:12 The value of gaining your own experience and its differences from consultations
50:47 Final question about remaining still while working with a horse

0:00 Introduction
0:03 Morning greetings and welcome
0:09 Admitting everyone
0:12 Recognizing Christine’s presence
0:18 Morning greetings continued
0:26 Familiar faces and introductions
0:45 Picture and trust application
0:56 Audio delay and patience
1:00 Importance of time management
1:12 Technical issues with video
1:20 Addressing technical difficulties
1:39 Sharing videos and global audience
1:56 Laid back atmosphere
2:05 Request to mute audio and video
2:26 Camera adjustment for Karen
2:41 Adjusting camera and movements
2:58 Settling down and more participants joining
3:07 Checking in with participants’ well-being
3:11 Appreciation for understanding time constraints
3:22 Adjusting future session dates
3:27 Planning for upcoming months
3:58 Request for patience and understanding
4:04 Addressing individual timing preferences
4:19 Global audience considerations
4:24 Upcoming participant numbers
4:39 Appreciation for understanding
4:54 Momentary interruption
5:00 Upcoming travel plans and schedule changes
5:18 Explanation of time changes
5:37 Accommodating global participants
5:55 Improved recording options
6:03 Emphasizing the importance of understanding
6:32 Encouraging self-responsibility in the learning journey
6:45 Importance of being present and persistent
7:11 Evolving and improving along the way
7:26 Need for learner clarity in communication
7:56 Setting foundations and goals in the learning journey
8:51 Encouraging effective communication with humans
12:09 Avoiding excessive expectations
11:10 Ensuring balance and managing expectations
12:14 Addressing personal responsibility in the learning journey
12:39 Warning against unrealistic expectations
13:11 Focusing on being rather than doing
13:24 Encouraging accurate communication and explanations
16:14 The importance of grounding
16:19 Managing personal expectations
16:24 Being present with the animal
16:39 Learning to observe animal reactions
16:46 Finding the right balance in the fascination with animals
17:28 The ongoing process of learning and growth
17:41 Understanding the limits of fixing animals
19:06 Importance of maintaining connection with animals
21:06 Creating safe working spaces
22:30 Being mindful of the environment and risk assessment
23:29 Importance of being present and settling into being state
26:29 Encouraging authenticity in the connection with animals
29:19 Addressing concerns about sitting or standing during sessions
32:47 Assessors’ perspective on safety and positioning
38:49 Assessors’ perspective on expectations and mindfulness
44:11 Highlighting the importance of public practice and professionalism
44:45 Assessors’ perspective on mindfulness and internalization
51:17 Addressing difficulties in finding people to work with
51:36 Encouragement to join support communities and reach out for help

0:00 Introduction
0:04 Good evening and welcome
0:09 Attendance and enthusiasm
0:12 Changes at the start of the year
0:17 Appreciation for attendees
0:24 Introduction to the new cohort
0:43 Highlighting the value of online meetings
1:08 Overview of the program
1:38 Importance of self-spade
2:07 Monthly events and consultations
3:11 Growth and achievements of the program
4:02 Lesson in measured thinking
4:47 Topics for discussion
5:23 Importance of forums and community
6:02 Navigation and accessing resources
7:01 Zoom meeting tips
7:20 Sharing the screen and accessing features
8:01 Profile picture customization
8:44 Accessing courses and forums
9:23 Importance of engaging with the community
9:53 Benefits of watching past sessions
10:05 Importance of webinars and zooms
12:03 Resources section overview
12:06 Importance of engagement across platforms
13:01 Facebook groups and country-specific groups
13:36 Accessing webinars and zooms
14:59 Importance of resources area
15:46 Booking one-on-one appointments
17:19 Affiliate registration process
18:31 Importance of data protection and vet act
20:04 Animal welfare act considerations
21:25 Writing assessments and learner journeys
23:19 Importance of responsibility and continuity
25:10 Importance of working with the primary caregiver
27:13 Importance of adapting to individual needs
28:23 Reflections on peacefulness and non-peaceful situations
31:27 Determining the right time and environment for sessions
33:43 Importance of self-assessment and support
36:04 Questioning the need for being peaceful in all situations
38:37 Benefits of working through setbacks and fears
40:28 Importance of personal reflection and growth
42:48 Sharing experiences and progress in assessments
44:37 Acknowledging the importance of timing and environment
46:57 Understanding the role of responsibility and continuity
48:48 Embracing setbacks and learning opportunities
51:12 Meaning and value in sessions with no progress
53:34 Adjusting the approach based on the animal’s needs
54:31 The importance of guidance and responsibility

0:00 Introduction
0:11 Getting ready for the day
1:16 Chat about case studies
1:30 Housekeeping for the meeting
2:23 Office closing for the year
3:01 Importance of email deliverability
5:04 Facilitating connections among learners
7:12 Questions on the structure and timing of sessions
9:23 The essence of the Trust Technique
13:09 Questions on working with animals in the zero state
16:04 Working with animals in the presence of pain or discomfort
19:41 Creating a peaceful environment for anxious dogs
23:43 Providing comfort and support to animals in distress
29:03 Dealing with a dog’s anxiety when left alone
33:28 Addressing whining and distress in a dog
43:53 Managing a dog’s excitement and energy during sessions
45:44 Working with a dog who doesn’t like being left alone
48:05 Helping a stressed dog find peace in the house
52:50 Strategies for taking an animal out of the zero state