Feline Confident With Pattern Games

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  • CEUs & Pricing

  • About Your Instructor

Course Begins: August 6, 2024

Duration: 6 weeks

Instructor: Beth Brown CDBC, CCBC, CCUI, CSAT, CPDT-KSA, FFCP

Course type: Instructed Course

Pattern games offer animals predictability and focus in our unpredictable world. This course will give you practical ideas and tools to use with your cats and clients to set them up for success in a variety of contexts. This course is designed for cat behavior consultants but will also appeal to pet owners. 


What to expect from this course:

  • Create training plans using pattern games
  • Teach a variety of pattern games, such as 1-23, Look At That, Super Bowls, and more
  • Explore contexts in which the use of each pattern game would be most suitable
  • Apply pattern games in specific situations, and learn how and when to adjust your training plan
  • Consider best practices for setting your clients up for success


Join us for this course and develop knowledge and skills to use with all your feline behavior cases.

Full Students

  • View all lectures and course materials
  • Complete each module quiz
  • Complete a multi-week training project 
  • Participate in at least 5 of the 9 weekly meetings
  • Contribute each week to forum discussions



  • View all lectures and course materials
  • Complete each module quiz

Basic knowledge of behavior and learning principles is helpful but not required.

Full Student:

CEUs: 13.50 (IAABC); 12.0 (KPA)

Cost: $450



Cost: $270

Cancellation Policy: We will refund 90% up to 30 days pre-event. A 50% refund will be available up to 15 days pre-event. After these deadlines, no refunds will be issued.

Instructor: Beth Brown CDBC, CCBC, CCUI, CSAT, CPDT-KSA, FFCP

Beth started out her behavior career in a shelter setting. Once she started learning about behavior, she continued to consume as much education as was possible on the topic. Beth started out training dogs but quickly realized there was a severe deficit in the cat behavior world and strove to start filling that gap. 


Beth was inspired by Lemonade Conference presentations and set out on her journey to become a Certified Control Unleashed Instructor (CCUI). She fell in love with absolutely everything about pattern games and now mentors aspiring CCUIs and feline behavior consultants alike. Beth’s goal is to empower cat behavior professionals and cat owners to think outside the box and make their cat’s world the best it possibly can be. 


Beth lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and a truly unhealthy number of dogs. While she has no cats herself, her chihuahuas use cat trees, play with cat toys, and enjoy rolling on catnip, so she figures that’s good enough for now. In the meantime, she has plenty of niece and nephew cats that she enjoys providing enrichment for when she visits their homes to play board games with their humans.