the history and counseling techniques of Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT).
Cynthia K. Chandler has filled Animal
Assisted Therapy in Counseling
with case examples to illustrate how to select, train and evaluate an
for therapy work.
|The book examines
ethical considerations and risk management,
provides a history of AAT, and discusses the latest empirical research
in the field. The author also includes guidelines for establishing a
program for AAT training.
Sample forms to be used
in screening clients
and recording session data are included as well as a series of separate
illustrations (line drawings of animals) to facilitate some of the
This book is designed for use in training courses for
in counseling and related programs (such as social work, psychology,
rehabilitation counseling). To date, there is no other book dedicated
teaching techniques specific to AAT.
Therapy in Counseling
Cynthia K. Chandler