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  1. Dicki Kennedy


  2. Pet Village Cooperativa Sociale

    Pet Village is a social cooperative that strives for the design and implementation of Assisted Programs with the Animals - PET THERAPY - in the field of education , therapy and rehabilitation . The Pet Therapy is the set of educational and rehabilitative interventions carried out with the aid of...

  3. Prison-Based Animal Programs (PAPs) and Mental Health Outcome Measures

    Contributor(s):: Kaitlyn N. Swyers

    The following text will detail the pervasiveness of mental health issues in prisons as a nationwide problem. This provides an important context and poses the urgent research questions of (1) how prisons can realistically attempt to lower the impact of mental health issues that are plaguing more...

  4. Pet assisted therapy : a loving intervention and an emerging profession : leading to a friendlier, healthier, and more peaceful world

    Contributor(s):: Salotto, Pearl

  5. Providence Animal-Assisted Activities & Therapy (PAAA/T)

    The mission of the Providence Animal-Assisted Activities & Therapy (PAAA/T) program is to share the unique benefits of the human-animal bond with the patients, staff and visitors of Providence Health System (PHS) in Olympia, Washington. We have been serving PHS since 1991.

  6. Happy Tails

    Happy Tails Pet Therapy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Happy Tails volunteers share the unconditional love of their pets with people of all ages with physical, social, emotional and cognitive needs at healthcare facilities, social agencies and special needs programs throughout the metro...

  7. New England Pet Partners, Inc.

    New England Pet Partners Inc. is a non-profit organization - 501(c)(3), #17597 that trains, evaluates and supports Registered Pet Assisted Therapy and Reading Education Assistance Dog Teams. While most of our partners are dogs, we joyfully partner up with cats and occasionally horses.

  8. Mutts on a Mission

    Mutts On A Mission is a registered 501(c)3 organization. Their goal is to provide therapy dogs through volunteerism to the community. It is the only nonprofit therapy dog group in Goodyear, Arizona.Mutts on a Mission was founded as Therapy Paws in 2008. 

  9. Paws As Loving Support (PALS) Assistance Dogs

    Paws As Loving Support (PALS) Assistance Dogs, founded in 2009, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life throughout our community by providing “Special PALS for Special Needs”. Our specially trained dogs are placed as:Service PALS to help children with autism...

  10. Handbook on animal-assisted therapy : theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice

    | Contributor(s):: Fine, Aubrey H.

  11. Therapeutic riding programs instruction and rehabilitation : a handbook for instructors and therapists

    | Contributor(s):: Engel, Barbara Teichmann, Galloway, Margaret L.

  12. Therapy pets : the animal-human healing partnership

    | Contributor(s):: Crawford, Jacqueline J., Pomerinke, Karen A.

  13. Where the trail grows faint : a year in the life of a therapy dog team

    | Contributor(s):: Hugo, Lynne

  14. New and old perspectives on the therapeutic effects of animals and nature

    | Contributor(s):: Katcher, Aaron H., Beck, Alan M.

  15. Jennifer Coleman

    Currently getting a Ph.D. in counseling psychology at VCU. Researching Human-Animal Interactions.


  16. Animal abuse and developmental psychopathology: recent research, programmatic, and therapeutic issues and challenges for the future

    | Contributor(s):: Ascione, Frank R., Kaufmann, Michael E., Brooks, Susan M.

  17. Animal companions and human well-being: an historical exploration of the value of human-animal relationships

    | Contributor(s):: Serpell, James A.

  18. Animal-assisted therapy in specialized settings

    | Contributor(s):: Granger, Ben P., Kogan, Lori

  19. Animals and therapists: incorporating animals in outpatient psychotherapy

    | Contributor(s):: Fine, Aubrey H.

  20. Companion animals and the development of children: implications of the biophilia hypothesis

    | Contributor(s):: Melson, Gail F.