About Us

Emotion Management and Stress Reduction for Dogs.


Helping Dogs Feel Safe, Secure and Whole: An Integrative Brain – Mind – Body Approach.


Specializing in:
– Shelter and Rescue Dogs.
– Relational and Developmental Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, Aggression and Fear.
-Somatic, Body-Based Therapy.
– Emotion and Affect Dysregulation.
– Right Brain to Right Brain Nonverbal Communication.

Learn more.

Available for speaking engagements.
Contact Corey at corey@pathoffriendship.com to learn more.  

“Less Heeling, More Healing: Helping The Dogs In Our Lives Feel Safe, Secure and Whole” now available through the Kerulos Learning Institute!
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Corey Cohen has over 40 years experience of helping both people and Dogs feel safe, secure and whole. His unique Mindfulness-Based Animal Behavior Therapy, based on trauma-informed care principles, and ICARE therapy – based on attachment science, affective neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology and polyvagal theory, are empowering alternatives to standard Dog training. His motto is “More healing, less heeling.”
His mindfulness seminars for individuals, universities, wellness centers, and top corporations has helped reduce stress and anxiety and given people a fresh perspective on life… Read more here…

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Testimonials & What the Media Says About Us:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.northjersey.com/amp/909927001

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wnep.com/amp/article/news/local/lackawanna-county/to-hug-or-not-to-hug-the-dog-debate/523-3ced192b-d015-4ca1-9a35-c6a1bc9c03fe

https://accessnepa.com/featured/animal-behaviorist-helps-dogs-owners-deepen-relationship/

https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-straight-talk-with-dean-an-51325228/episode/animal-and-human-relations-discussed-58973358/

https://www.post-gazette.com/pets/pet-reports/2019/01/20/Animal-behaviorist-taps-into-mindfulness-to-help-pets/stories/201901200192

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1997-nov-16-mn-54315-story.html

Our Mission:
“Dedicated to the emotional and behavioral health of Dogs through the application of relational neuroscience, and by ending the systemic trauma of objectification, manipulation, and exploitation on global, cultural, and interpersonal levels.”

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