Train with Hélène

Shape your Brain

Train with Hélène

Shape your Brain

What holds most teams back isn’t skills or equipment. It isn’t even training harder or smarter. What holds them back is: Mindset.

I don’t mean just thinking happy thoughts. Mindset training is WORK. But it’s the best work you’ll ever do, and it WILL change your life. AND your dog’s.

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What’s Right for You?

Hélène works with dog sports handlers in a number of ways…

Online Classes via FDSA

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Virtual Coaching

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In Person Training

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What People are Saying

about learning with Hélène Lawler

“I have taken a number of online dog training courses from Hélène and I can’t say enough good things about her. Her course materials are very well thought out, organized and full of easily digestible, relevant information. Her feedback is on point, insightful and articulate and helped me navigate the intricacies of training a dog with high arousal issues.

The mindset work we did was particularly helpful. When I finally was able to see my dog as worried and confused instead of angry and yelling at me, I went from being annoyed with her to feeling empathetic. This was a game changer, and from that point on I was able to reframe her barking as her superpower and her way of showing me where I need to focus my training.”

— Sylvie Fefer —