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  1. Nov 15 2018

    2-Day Certificate Course in Animal-Assisted Therapy: A Practical Model to Incorporate Animals in Your Current Treatment

    Attend this 2-day certificate course in Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) and learn a practical framework that facilitates incorporating evidence-based AAT into your current treatment methodology. You...

  2. Nov 13 2018

    2-Day Certificate Course in Animal-Assisted Therapy: A Practical Model to Incorporate Animals in Your Current Treatment

    $439.99 Single Registration$399.99 Single Registration: Advance Price (ends 10/24/2018)$399.99 2+ Group Rate: per person Attend this 2-day certificate course in Animal-Assisted Therapy...

  3. Naše Skúsenosti S Využitím Hipoterapie V Rámci Starostlivosti O Deti

    Contributor(s):: D. Kopasová

  4. Animal-assisted therapy—A new trend in the treatment of children and adults

    Contributor(s):: I. Dimitrijević

  5. Pet Encounters—Tiergestützte Intervention für hilfebedürftige ältere Menschen

    Contributor(s):: A. Beckmann, S. Wesenberg

  6. Animal-assisted therapy—Novi trend u liječenju osoba s psihičkim i intelektualnim smetnjama

    Contributor(s):: N. Prosinečki

  7. The Impact of Wilderness Therapy: Utilizing an Integrated Care Approach

    Contributor(s):: Anita Tucker, Christine Lynn Norton, Steven M. DeMille, Jessalyn Hobson

  8. Animals and Psychotherapy: A Survey

    Contributor(s):: Susan S Rice, Larry T Brown, H Stephen Caldwell

  9. Crisis and disaster response counseling with therapy animals

    Contributor(s):: C. K. Chandler

  10. Stress level evaluation in a dog during animal-assisted therapy in pediatric surgery

    Contributor(s):: Clara Palestrini, Valeria Calcaterra, Simona Cannas, Zita Talamonti, Francesca Papotti, Debra Buttram, Gloria Pelizzo

    Animal-assisted interventions are associated with positive effects on human psychological and physiological health. Although quality standards in animal-assisted interventions appear to be high, only few investigations have focused on potential welfare implications in therapy dogs. In the...

  11. A Review of Animal-Assisted Interventions in Long-Term Care Facilities

    Contributor(s):: Jenna Ebener, Hunhui Oh

    Past research fails to make connections comparing appropriate settings for the benefits of different species of therapy and resident animals in long-term care facilities specifically for the elderly. Two types of animal-assisted interactions (therapy and resident) and four animal species (birds,...

  12. Therapy dogs' presence steadily grows in libraries

    Contributor(s):: M. Schwartz

  13. Perceptions of a hospital-based animal assisted intervention program: An exploratory study

    Contributor(s):: Kathleen Abrahamson, Yun Cai, Elizabeth Richards, Krista Cline, Marguerite E. O'Haire

  14. Animal-assisted therapy for inpatient adults

    Contributor(s):: Phung, A.

  15. Stepping out of the shadows of Alzheimer's disease: a phenomenological hermeneutic study of older people with Alzheimer's disease caring for a therapy dog

    Contributor(s):: Swall, A., Ebbeskog, B., Lundh Hagelin, C., Fagerberg, I.

  16. The Buffer Effect of Therapy Dog Exposure on Stress Reactivity in Undergraduate Students

    Contributor(s):: Fiocco, A. J.

  17. The Efficacy of Dog Assisted Therapy in Detained Drug Users: A Pilot Study in an Italian Attenuated Custody Institute

    Contributor(s):: Contalbrigo, L.

  18. More research needed on animal-assisted interventions in dementia

    Contributor(s):: Rapp, M. A.

    2017Evid Based Nurs202601367-653910.1136/eb-2016-102602engDepartment of Social and Preventive Medicine, Sport and Health Sciences, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany.text

  19. Attitudes to and beliefs about animal assisted therapy for children with disabilities

    Contributor(s):: Yap, E.

  20. The design of visitation facilities to engage patients with their own cats and dogs

    Contributor(s):: Perez-Camargo, G., Creagan, E. T.