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The Effects of Animal-Assisted Intervention on Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation (HABRI Central Bibliography)

By Christopher C Charles (compiler)

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  • Christopher C Charles (2018), "The Effects of Animal-Assisted Intervention on Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation (HABRI Central Bibliography)," https://habricentral.org/resources/63806.

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  1. Animal-assisted activities
  2. Animal-assisted interventions
  3. Animal-assisted therapies
  4. Substance dependence
  5. Substance-related disorders

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  1. The efficacy of dog assisted therapy in detained drug users: a pilot study in an Italian attenuated custody institute

    Contributor(s): Contalbrigo, L., Santis, M. de

    Drug addiction is a major care and safety challenge in prison context. Nowadays, rehabilitation and specific therapeutic programs are suggested to improve health and well-being of inmates during their detention time and to reduce substance abuse relapse after release from prison. Among these...

  2. Animal-assisted therapy in the treatment of substance dependence

    Contributor(s): Wesley, M. C., Minatrea, N. B., Watson, J. C.

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of animal-assisted therapy (AAT) on the therapeutic alliance with an adult, residential, substance abuse population in group therapy. We used randomized samples and controlled conditions to establish the effects of chosen variables that...

  3. 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)

  4. The impact of animal-assisted therapy with an adolescent substance abuse population

    Contributor(s): Pace, Krista Lenn

  5. Animal-assisted therapy and the therapeutic alliance in the treatment of substance dependence

    Contributor(s): Wesley, Martin Cortez

  6. 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...

  7. 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

  8. 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.

  9. Contribution of the patient-horse relationship to substance use disorder treatment: Patients’ experiences

    Contributor(s): Kern-Godal, Ann, Brenna, Ida H., Kogstad, Norunn, Arnevik, Espen A., Ravndal, Edle

  10. A qualitative study of animal assisted therapy with male probationers mandated to outpatient substance abuse group treatment

    Contributor(s): Gomez, Elena Noella

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of animal assisted therapy (AAT) on the process of therapeutic change with an adult male probationer substance abuse population in group therapy. Research has indicated that AAT is a useful intervention across a wide range of demographics....