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The Effects of Animal-Assisted Intervention on Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation (HABRI Central Bibliography)
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Contributor(s):: Christopher C Charles (compiler)
Scatter Joy Acres
Scatter Joy Acres Offers:an opportunity for retreat and reflection for individuals, families and small groups.a place for planning, building and teamwork. Our natural setting allows groups to focus on goals and objectives without distractions.Individuals and groups a place to remove themselves...
Equine-assisted therapy for anxiety and posttraumatic stress symptoms
Contributor(s):: Earles, Julie L., Vernon, Laura L., Yetz, Jeanne P.
Assessment of tobacco-related approach and attentional biases in smokers, cravers, ex-smokers, and non-smokers
Contributor(s):: Woud, Marcella L., Maas, Joyce, Wiers, Reinout W., Becker, Eni S., Rinck, Mike
Approach bias modification in inpatient psychiatric smokers
Contributor(s):: Machulska, Alla, Zlomuzica, Armin, Rinck, Mike, Assion, Hans-Jörg, Margraf, Jürgen
Acute effects of intoxication and arousal on approach/avoidance biases toward sexual risk stimuli in heterosexual men
Contributor(s):: Simons, Jeffrey S., Maisto, Stephen A., Wray, Tyler B., Emery, Noah N.
The protective association between pet ownership and depression among street-involved youth: a cross-sectional study
Contributor(s):: Lem, M., Coe, J. B., Haley, D. B., Stone, E., O'Grady, W.
Street-involved youth represent a particularly vulnerable subsection of the homeless population and are at increased risk of health problems, substance abuse, and depression. Qualitative research has demonstrated that animal companions help homeless youth cope with loneliness, are motivators for...
Evidence grows for equine therapy as treatment engagement tool
Helping at-risk youth overcome trauma and substance abuse through animal-assisted therapy
Contributor(s):: Kelly, Melissa A., Cozzolino, Callandre A.
Residential treatment of male adolescent and young adult substance abuse utilizing canine therapy as part of the overall approach: A qualitative study
Contributor(s):: Phillips, Bonnie Rae
Equine-facilitated body and emotion-oriented psychotherapy designed for adolescents and adults not responding to mainstream treatment: A structured program
Contributor(s):: Johansen, Siv Grethe, Arfwedson Wang, Catharina Elisabeth, Binder, Per-Einar, Malt, Ulrik Fredrik
Parental predictors of children’s animal abuse: Findings from a national and intergenerational sample
Contributor(s):: Knight, Kelly E., Ellis, Colter, Simmons, Sara B.
Horses and troubled teens : learning respect, communication, and trust through equine-facilitated therapy
Contributor(s):: Coffman, Barbara K.
A Street Cat Named Bob
Contributor(s):: Bennett, Viv
Maintaining adolescent sobriety with equine assisted psychotherapy: an experiential learning intervention guide
Contributor(s):: Ledbetter, Elizabeth Jane
The helping horse: how equine assisted learning contributes to the wellbeing of First Nations youth in treatment for volatile substance misuse
Contributor(s):: Adams, C., Arratoon, C., Boucher, J., Cartier, G., Chalmers, D., Dell, C. A., Dell, D., Dryka, D., Duncan, R., Dunn, K., Hopkins, C., Longclaws, L., MacKinnon, T., Sauve, E., Spence, S., Wuttunee, M.
There has been recent interest in Canada exploring the benefits of equine assisted interventions in the treatment of First Nations youth who misuse volatile substances. Using the richness of an exploratory case study involving the White Buffalo Youth Inhalant Treatment Centre and the Cartier...
Who let the dogs in? The use of Drug Sniffer Dogs in mental health settings
Contributor(s):: Nash, M.
Equine therapy: Substance abusers' “healing through horses.'
Contributor(s):: Cody, Patricia, Steiker, Lori Holleran, Szymandera, Mary Lynn
This article presents a discussion about "Equine therapy" for substance abuser between Holleran Steiker and Cody. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved)
Review of 'Tails of recovery: Addicts and the pets who love them'
Contributor(s):: Tartagliano, Nick
Reviews the book, "Tails of recovery: Addicts and the pets who love them" by Nancy A. Schenck (see record 2009-08119-000). This book is a random act of kindness in the sense that most of what is published in the addiction field is scientifically top-heavy and often falls short when it comes to...
Salivary cortisol and behavior in therapy dogs during animal-assisted interventions: a pilot study
Contributor(s):: Glenk, L. M., Kothgassner, O. D., Stetina, B. U., Palme, R., Kepplinger, B., Baran, H.
Animal-assisted interventions (AAIs) have been associated with positive effects on human psychological and physiological health. Although the perception of quality standards in AAIs is high, only few investigations have focused on potential welfare implications for therapy dogs linked to their...