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  1. A qualitative/quantitative study of human bereavement responses to the death of an animal companion: Educational implications, resources, guidelines and strategies. (Volumes I-III)

    Contributor(s):: McMahon, Sharon May (Girling)

  2. A service dog in group

    Contributor(s):: Rothberg, Brian, Collins, Emily

  3. A study of animal-assisted therapy and weekday placement of a social therapy dog in an Alzheimer's disease unit

    Contributor(s):: Martin, Daun Adair

  4. A survey of psychologists' attitudes, opinions, and clinical experiences with animal abuse

    Contributor(s):: Nelson, Pauline

  5. A systematic review of the efficacy of equine-assisted interventions on psychological outcomes

    Contributor(s):: Kendall, Elizabeth, Maujean, Annick, Pepping, Christopher A., Downes, Martin, Lakhani, Ali, Byrne, Jason, Macfarlane, Kym

  6. A therapist's guide to treating grief after the loss of a pet: a three-tier model

    Full-text: Available

    | Contributor(s):: Tamara A. K. Miller, Maurice F. Prout, Mary Rourke, Carin Lefkowitz, Bret Boyer

    Grief after the death of a pet has been demonstrated to parallel grief after the death of a person, yet many people report feeling a lack of support from family, friends, and even therapy providers when experiencing pet bereavement (Archer & Winchester, 1994; Chur-Hansen, 2010; Gosse &...

  7. Accentuating the positive in adult attachments

    | Contributor(s):: Sable, P.

  8. Adolescent bereavement and pet death: Linkages among bonding, bereavement and gender

    | Contributor(s):: Brown, Brenda H.

  9. Adolescents' perceptions of human-animal relationships

    | Contributor(s):: Okoniewski, Lisa Anne

  10. Adult adjustment to the death of a companion animal: The roles of confiding and additional pet ownership

    | Contributor(s):: Gerwolls, Marilyn Kay

  11. Adult pet attachments

    | Contributor(s):: Ferry, Louise A.

  12. Alleviating equines: Investigating the hypothesized mechanisms of change in equine assisted psychotherapy

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    | Contributor(s):: Korell-Roch, Kathy L.

    Animal Assisted Therapy research was integrated to develop the Tri-Level Mechanisms of Change (TLMC) Conceptualization, which is a comprehensive theoretical framework hypothesizing how Equine Assisted Psychotherapy produces psychological change. TLMC hypothesizes that the strength of human...

  13. Ameisen in Traumarbeit und tiergest├╝tzter Psychotherapie

    | Contributor(s):: Topel, Eva-Maria, Lachmann, Frank M.

  14. An analysis of psychological processes of companion dogs on humans

    | Contributor(s):: Ferreyra, Alejandro Jorge

  15. An animal-assisted therapy program for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders

    | Contributor(s):: Drawe, Heather L.

  16. An evaluation of equine-assisted wellness in those suffering from catastrophic loss and emotional fluctuations

    | Contributor(s):: Graham, John Richard

  17. An evaluation of the benefits of a companion animal to chronic psychiatric inpatients (pet-facilitated therapy)

    | Contributor(s):: Del Monaco, Margaret Mary

  18. An evaluation of the benefits of animal assisted therapy

    | Contributor(s):: Renzi, Kelly Ann

  19. An evaluation of the effectiveness of using animals in therapy

    | Contributor(s):: LaJoie, Kathleen Ray

  20. An evaluation of therapeutic horseback riding programs for adults with physical impairments

    | Contributor(s):: Tomaszewski, Sarah Elizabeth