Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado
Animal Assisted Therapy Programs of Colorado (AATPC) is the largest outpatient counseling and psychotherapy organization in North America that utilizes a wide range of animals as a regular part of their work. Our work expands into the Boulder area, where so many nature lovers and animal lovers...
Goldstar Animals Helping People Inc.
Goldstar Animals Helping People, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation licensed in the state of New Mexico. The mission of Goldstar Animals Helping People is to improve the quality of life for the residents of northern New Mexico through a therapeutic program which includes services and...
Healing Hooves is an Equine Facilitated Counselling (EFC) and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) program bringing healing, growth and hope to children, youth, adults and families.
Newsletter of The American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians, Volume 20
Contents: Greetings from the Louisiana State University, pg 1What We Learned From the Hurricanes, pg 3Shelter, pg 5Disaster Preparedness, pg 7Veterinarians in the Community, pg 9Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital, pg 10The First International Symposium, pg 11Coming Events, pg 11
Preparing for loss and coping with grief: Meet Laurel Lagoni
10 Jan 2014 |
Posted by Megan Kendall
Since the early 1980s, Laurel Lagoni has worked and interacted with pets and their owners. Specifically, she works to provide support for families struggling with grief over the death of their...
New Directions in Canine Assisted Therapy for Children who Face Social, Emotional and Educational Challenges
20 Dec 2013 |
Posted by Patty Dobbs Gross
''North Star Luka and Isabel''
Every assistance or therapy dog placement we create at North
Star is a carefully developed relationship between a child and a specifically
bred and socialized North...
| Contributor(s):: Richard, Diane
Human Companion Animal Therapy
| Contributor(s):: Levinson, B. M.
Pet Loss: Implications for Counselors
| Contributor(s):: Sharkin, Bruce S., Bahrick, Audrey S.
Animal-assisted therapy and equine-assisted therapy in Canada: surveying the current state of the field, its practitioners, and its practices
| Contributor(s):: Schlote, Sarah M.
Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) and equine-assisted therapy/learning (EAT/L) are innovative techniques in counselling, psychotherapy, mental health, coaching, and other personal growth interventions. Although this field has experienced tremendous growth in the United States, very little is known...
Children's perceptions of animate and inanimate interventions in counseling
| Contributor(s):: McDonald, Kathy
The lived experiences of veterinarians and personal pet loss: A phenomenological study
| Contributor(s):: Norris, Robin Raniero
Therapeutic benefits of equine assisted psychotherapy for at-risk adolescents
| Contributor(s):: Whitely, Ruth
Critical elements in a residential treatment program curriculum for adolescents experiencing trauma symptoms and/or posttraumatic stress disorder
| Contributor(s):: Gestrin, Deidre N.
Exploring the impact of an animal assisted therapy dog upon the emotional, educational, and social actualization of middle school students receiving counseling services
| Contributor(s):: Jenkins, Christie D.
Pet-facilitated therapy in an outpatient setting
| Contributor(s):: Kelly, Theresa Ann
The challenges and discoveries in using equine assisted psychotherapy approaches by counseling practitioners in the southwest
| Contributor(s):: Lujan, Katrina Maureen
The effect of equine assisted psychotherapy on coping resiliency
| Contributor(s):: Devine, Julia
University of Missouri launches new program to combat the grief of pet loss
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The University of Missouri has recently launched its new grief counseling program, Together in Grief, Easing Recovery (TIGER). The program, based out of the College of Veterinary Medicine, has been...
Using dogs for emotional support of testifying victims of crime
| Contributor(s):: Marianne Dellinger
Courts and prosecutorial offices around the nation have started using service dogs to support emotionally frail child witnesses who are unwilling to testify but for the calming presence of a dog. Proponents claim that this new type of therapeutic jurisprudence helps bring criminal defendants to...