Triads in Equine-Assisted Social Work Enhance Therapeutic Relationships with Self-Harming Adolescents
Contributor(s):: Catharina Carlsson
Despite an increasing number of studies, there is still a lack of knowledge about the unique features that underlie the process in equine assisted social work (EASW). This study aimed to reveal, through qualitative methods, the dyads within the triad that become stronger during the process of...
For human needs, some veterinary clinics are turning to a professional: Social workers see a place for themselves in veterinary practice
Contributor(s):: Larkin, M.
Veterinary social work: Practice within veterinary settings
Contributor(s):: Holcombe, T. Melissa, Strand, Elizabeth B., Nugent, William R., Ng, Zenithson Y.
Psychosocial Equine Program for Veterans
Contributor(s):: Ferruolo, D. M.
A Narrative Review of Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Equine-assisted Social Work or Therapy – Addressing Gaps and Contradictory Results
This article reviews the published literature narrative about equine-assisted or equine-facilitated social work or therapy, a growing area of interventions. The purpose is to shed light on gaps and contradictory results in previous studies between 2000-2014. The goal is to assist practitioners...
Social Work, Animal-Assisted Therapies and Ethical Considerations: A Programme Example from Central Queensland, Australia
Contributor(s):: Taylor, Nik, Fraser, Heather, Signal, Tania, Prentice, Kathy
Three Perspectives/One Service Dog: The Human-Animal Bond
Contributor(s):: Tedeschi, Philip, Garrity, Carla, Garrity, Amy
Environmental ethics for social work: Social work's responsibility to the non-human world
Contributor(s):: Gray, Mel, Coates, John
Introduction to animal- and nature-assisted therapies: a service-learning model for rural social work
Contributor(s):: Praglin, L. J., Nebbe, L. L.
This teaching note details the teaching philosophy and practices of an innovative university service-learning course in nature- and animal-assisted therapies. The course took place at a wildlife rehabilitation center, and students engaged as counselors, putting academic theories into action by...
Getting down to earth: finding a place for nature in social work practice
Contributor(s):: Heinsch, Milena
Factors Affecting Social Workers' Inclusion of Animals in Practice
Contributor(s):: Risley-Curtiss, Christina, Rogge, Mary E., Kawam, Elisa
Implications of the Literature on Equine-Assisted Activities for Use as a Complementary Intervention in Social Work Practice with Children and Adolescents
Contributor(s):: Smith-Osborne, Alexa, Selby, Alison
Reunification of Child and Animal Welfare Agencies: Cross-Reporting of Abuse in Wellington County, Ontario
Contributor(s):: Zilney, Lisa Anne, Zilney, Mary
Pets, attachment, and well-being across the life cycle
Contributor(s):: Sable, Pat
Role of companion animals throughout the family life cycle
Contributor(s):: Turner, Wendy G.
Value of pets in geriatric practice: a program example
Contributor(s):: Ebenstein, Helene, Wortham, Jennifer
Training students to functionally assess elderly clients in a home health setting
Contributor(s):: Wilson, Cindy C., Netting, F. Ellen
Assisting older victims of disasters: roles and responsibilities for social workers
Contributor(s):: Torgusen, Barbara L., Kosberg, Jordan I.
Adult Protective Services and Animal Welfare: Should Animal Abuse and Neglect Be Assessed During Adult Protective Services Screening?
Contributor(s):: Peak, Terry, Ascione, Frank, Doney, Jylisa