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  1. Is animal-assisted psychotherapy a profession? The consolidation of the professional identity of the animal-assisted psychotherapist in Israel [Issues]

    Contributor(s):: Bar-On, S., Shapiro, A., Gendelman, A., Parish-Plass, N.

  2. Projection and projective object in child animal-assisted psychotherapy [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: David, R. B., Parish-Plass, N.

  3. Animal-assisted group psychotherapy for children [Practice]

    Contributor(s):: Harel, O., Parish-Plass, N.

  4. "What does the turtle have inside its house?" Animal-assisted psychotherapy with foster children [Practice]

    Contributor(s):: Hellmann, S., Parish-Plass, N.

  5. Elements of group psychotherapy found in individual animal-assisted psychotherapy [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: Ish-Lev, H., Amit, R., Parish-Plass, N.

  6. The therapy zoo as a mirror to the psyche [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: Maayan, E., Parish-Plass, N.

  7. The relationship between the animalistic and the artistic: a therapeutic model integrating animal-assisted psychotherapy with art therapy [Practice]

    Contributor(s):: Maayan, E., Lakh, E., Parish-Plass, N.

  8. The contribution of animal-assisted psychotherapy to the potential space in play therapy [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: Parish-Plass, N.

  9. Why Israel? A unique direction in the development of the definition and practice of animal-assisted psychotherapy [Issues]

    Contributor(s):: Parish-Plass, N., Bar-On, S.

  10. The animal as a relational medium: an object relations approach to the therapy triangle in animal-assisted psychotherapy [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: Parish-Plass, N., Oren, D.

  11. Dilemmas, questions, and issues concerning the integration of animals into the psychotherapy setting [Issues]

    Contributor(s):: Parish-Plass, N., Oren, D.

  12. Conclusions

    Contributor(s):: Carr, N.

    This chapter brings together some of the main ideas raised in the book and suggests a future for research on dogs in the leisure experience. It returns to the recognition that all dogs and their leisure experiences are culturally constructed and prone to change across space and time which reflect...

  13. Tales about tails: is the mutilation of animals justifiable in their best interests or in ours?

    Contributor(s):: Edwards, S., Bennett, P., Appleby, M. C., Weary, D. M., Sandoe, P.

    Tail docking, involving surgical or non-surgical removal of a portion of the tail, is one of the most widely carried out and contentious mutilations inflicted by humans on animals. To differing extents, this procedure is carried out on farm livestock, draught animals and companion animals. The...

  14. Value conflicts in feral cat management: trap-neuter-return or trap-euthanize?

    Contributor(s):: Palmer, C., Appleby, M. C., Weary, D. M., Sandoe, P.

    This chapter explores the key values at stake in feral cat management, focusing on the debate over whether to use trap-neuter-return or trap-euthanize as management tools for cat populations. The chapter provides empirical background on unowned cats, sketches widely-used arguments in favour of...

  15. Fat companions: understanding the welfare effects of obesity in cats and dogs

    Contributor(s):: Sandoe, P., Corr, S., Palmer, C., Appleby, M. C., Weary, D. M.

    Overfeeding is arguably the most significant feeding-related welfare problem for companion animals in developed countries. From an animal welfare perspective, the amount fed presents a dilemma between avoiding feelings of hunger and maximizing animal health. This chapter will not only focus on...

  16. The human-animal bond

    Contributor(s):: Hedges, S.

  17. Why some people care for animals

    Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C.

  18. Religion, philosophy and ethics - how these affect our treatment of animals

    Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C.

  19. Feminist aspects of animal abuse

    Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C.

  20. Human/animal abuse

    Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C., Walsh, D., Baulch, M.