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  1. Healing Words, Healing Hearts: Using Children's Literature to Cope with the Loss of a Pet

    Contributor(s):: Mercurio, Mia Lynn, McNamee, Abigail

  2. Animal Facilitated Counseling in the Elementary School: A Literature Review and Practical Considerations

    Contributor(s):: Trivedi, Lucinda, Perl, James

  3. Dolphin-Assisted Therapy for Children with Special Needs: A Pilot Study

    Contributor(s):: Dilts, Rachel, Trompisch, Norbert, Bergquist, Timothy M.

  4. Is Counseling Going to the Dogs? An Exploratory Study Related to the Inclusion of an Animal in Group Counseling with Adolescents

    Contributor(s):: Lange, Amber M., Cox, Jane A., Bernert, Donna J., Jenkins, Christie D.

  5. An Exploratory Study of Animal-Assisted Interventions Utilized by Mental Health Professionals

    Contributor(s):: O'Callaghan, Dana M., Chandler, Cynthia K.

  6. Nurturing with Nature

    Contributor(s):: Ross, Samuel B., Jr.

  7. Creature Comforts: Animal-Assisted Activities in Education and Therapy

    Contributor(s):: Kaufmann, Michael

  8. Dog Therapy: The Importance of Just Being

    Contributor(s):: Schusser, Eric

  9. Pet Loss and Mental Health

    Contributor(s):: Stallones, Lorann

  10. Themes in reminiscence groups with older women

    Contributor(s):: Burnside, Irene

  11. The euthanasia problem: How practitioners can help

    Contributor(s):: Lofflin, J.

  12. Obtaining a pet: realistic expectations

    Contributor(s):: Marder, A., Duxbury, M. M.

  13. Effects of preadoption counseling for owners on house-training success among dogs acquired from shelters

    Contributor(s):: Herron, M. E., Lord, L. K., Hill, L. N., Reisner, I. R.

  14. Obtaining a pet: realistic expectations. (Practical applications and new perspectives in veterinary behavior.)

    Contributor(s):: Marder, A., Duxbury, M. M.

    Millions of dog-human relationships fail each year - some from simple and preventable mismatches. False or unrealistic expectations of a dog's behaviour are a common reason for failed human-animal bonds. Veterinarians can reduce the incidence of false expectations and thereby increase the...

  15. How Specialized Do Counselors Need to Be?

    Contributor(s):: Martino, Sara Dettinger

  16. Pet loss: Issues and implications for the psychologist

    Contributor(s):: Sharkin, Bruce S., Knox, Donna

  17. Fostering adherence to horse behavior counseling

    Contributor(s):: Jobling, R., Creighton, E.

    Counseling services that aim to improve understanding of horse-human interactions are on the frontline of the horse welfare agenda. The aim of this research was to determine characteristics of horse owners seeking advice about their horse's behavior that predicted their adherence to that advice....

  18. Evoking trust in the nutrition counselor: why should we be trusted?

    Contributor(s):: Gingras, J.

    The virtue of trust is often spoken of as central to the work of dietitians working in nutrition counseling, especially in the context of disordered eating/eating disorders nutrition therapy. Indeed, dietitians are purported to be the most trusted source of information on nutrition and food by...

  19. Non-pharmacological approaches for dementia that informal carers might try or access: a systematic review

    Contributor(s):: Hulme, C., Wright, J., Crocker, T., Oluboyede, Y., House, A.

  20. A theoretical perspective to inform assessment and treatment strategies for animal hoarders

    Contributor(s):: Patronek, G. J., Nathanson, J. N.