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PUPPIES FOR PTSD

The history of animals in psychology, and a push for puppies!
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Christopher Steffen

on 17 November 2012

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Transcript of PUPPIES FOR PTSD

ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY!
It's good for PTSD! Sigmund Freud Helper Monkeys POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER REFERENCES Lori Friesen. Exploring Animal-Assisted Programs with Children in School and Therapeutic Contexts. Early Childhood Education. 2010:37:261-267.
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Sandra B. Barker, Ph.D. & Kathryn S. Dawson, Ph.D. The Effects of Animal-Assisted Therapy on Anxiety Ratings of Hospitalized Psychiatric Patients. Psychiatric Service. 1998:49:797-801
Bradley T. Klontz, Alex Bivens, Deb Leinart, Ted Klontz. The Effectiveness of Equine-Assisted Experiential Therapy: Results of an Open Clinical Trial. Society and Animals. 2007:15:257-267
Carin Lefkowitz, I. Paharia, M. Prout, D. Debiak, & J. Bleiberg. Animal-Assisted Prolonged Exposure: A Treatment for Survivors of Sexual Assault Suffering Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Society & Animals. 2005:13:4-26 REFERENCES (CONT'D) Kazuhiko Iwahashi, C. Waga & M.Ohta. Questionnaire on animal-assisted therapy (AAT): The expectation for AAT as a day-care program for Japanese schizophrenic patients. International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice. 2007:11:291-293
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