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Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy : Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice

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Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy : Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice
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Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy
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Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice
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The original edition was the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the ways in which animals can assist therapists with treatment of specific populations, and/or in specific settings. The second edition continues in this vein, with 7 new chapters plus substantial revisions of continuing chapters as the research in this field has grown. New coverage includes: Animals as social supports, Use of AAT with Special Needs students, the role of animals in the family- insights for clinicians, and measuring the animal-person bond. *Contributions from veterinarians, animal trainers, psychologists, and social workers *Includes guidelines and best practices for using animals as therapeutic companions *Addresses specific types of patients and environmental situations
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  • Animals
  • Animals - Therapeutic use
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  • Animals--Therapeutic use--Handbooks, manuals, etc
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  • Human-animal relationships
  • Human-animal relationships--Handbooks, manuals, etc
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Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy : Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice
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  • Front cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- ABOUT THE EDITOR -- Table of contents -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- SECTION I: Conceptualization of the Animal-Human Bond: The Foundation for Understanding Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CHAPTER 1: Animal-Assisted Interventions in Historical Perspective -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. ANIMAL SOULS AND SPIRITUAL HEALING -- III. ANIMAL POWERS AND SHAMANISM -- IV. ANIMISM IN CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL TIMES -- V. ANIMALS AS AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION -- VI. ANIMALS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY -- VII. ANIMALS, RELAXATION, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT -- VIII. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2: Animal-Assisted Interventions in Mental Health: Definitions and Theoretical Foundations -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. DEFINING ANIMAL-ASSISTED INTERVENTIONS -- III. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS -- IV. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3: New and Old Perspectives on the Therapeutic Effects of Animals and Nature -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4: Animals as Social Supports: Insights for Understanding Animal-Assisted Therapy -- I. WHAT IS SOCIAL SUPPORT? -- II. ORIGINS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT RESEARCH -- III. CAN RELATIONSHIPS WITH PET ANIMALS PROVIDE SOCIAL SUPPORT? -- IV. TESTS OF THE SOCIAL SUPPORT MODEL -- V. PETS AS FACILITATORS OF SOCIAL CONTACT -- VI. CAN SUPPORT MODELS BE EXTENDED TO EXPLAIN THE SUCCESS OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS? -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5: Community Context and Psychosocial Benefits of Animal Companionship -- I. COMMUNITY CONTEXT AFFECTING THE HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONSHIP -- II. PETS ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF LIFE -- III. NORMALIZING EFFECTS OF ANIMALS -- IV. INDIVIDUALITY IN HUMAN RESPONSES TO ANIMALS -- V. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6: The Animal-Human Bond: Health and Wellness -- I. HEALTH BENEFITS FROM ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY -- II. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR HEALTH BENEFITS
  • III. EXPERIMENTAL OR QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH -- IV. DISCUSSION -- V. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- SECTION II: Animal-Assisted Therapy: Conceptual Model and Guidelines for Quality Assurance -- CHAPTER 7: The Art of Animal Selection for Animal-Assisted Activity and Therapy Programs -- I. A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF ANIMAL SELECTION PROCEDURES -- II. EVALUATION CRITERIA -- III. FIT OF SELECTION PROCEDURES -- MAINTAINING THE BALANCE -- IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS OF ANIMALS -- ANIMALS AS TOOLS OR COLLEAGUES IN THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS -- THE LANGUAGE OF PERSONAL SPACE -- HUMAN HEALING OR ANIMAL STRESS: IS THERE A TRADE-OFF? -- AT THE END OF THE DAY -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 8: Designing and Implementing Animal-Assisted Therapy Programs in Health and Mental Health Organizations -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY -- III. THE GREEN CHIMNEYS MODEL -- IV. ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES -- V. PROGRAM DESIGN ISSUES -- VI. ANIMAL SELECTION -- VII. COST EFFECTIVENESS -- VIII. LIABILITY -- IX. OUTCOMES -- X. INFECTION CONTROL ISSUES -- XI. RULES THAT GUIDE ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS -- XII. PRINCIPLES THAT GUIDE ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS -- XIII. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- SECTION III: Best Practices in Animal-Assisted Therapy: Guidelines for Use of Animal-Assisted Therapy with Special Populations -- CHAPTER 9: Incorporating Animal-Assisted Therapy into Psychotherapy: Guidelines and Suggestions for Therapists -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. THE NEED FOR RESEARCH -- III. OBJECTIVE OF CHAPTER -- IV. ROLE OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY (AAT) IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: IS THERE SUCH A THING AS AN AAT Rx? -- V. CONSIDERATION 1: WHY CLINICIANS MAY FIND ANIMALS THERAPEUTICALLY BENEFICIAL -- VI. CONSIDERATION 2: THE THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT-ANIMALS AS AN ASPECT OF MILIEU THERAPY
  • VII. CONSIDERATION 3: INCORPORATING THEORY INTO PRACTICE-AAT FROM A LIFE STAGE PERSPECTIVE -- VIII. CONSIDERATION 4: THE EXTENSION OF LIVE ANIMALS-UTILIZING SYMBOLISM AND METAPHORS OF ANIMALS -- IX. CONSIDERATION 5: THERAPEUTIC ALTERNATIVES UTILIZING ANIMALS-EXPANDING OUR CLIENTS' TRADITIONAL THERAPY -- X. CONSIDERATION 6: PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR CLINICIANS' USE OF ANIMALS -- XI. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10: Animals in the Lives of Children -- I. WHERE ARE ANIMALS IN CHILDREN'S LIVES? -- II. WHAT DO ANIMALS MEAN IN CHILDREN'S LIVES? -- III. GENERAL ISSUES FOR AAT WITH CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 11: A 4-Year Trial of Animal-Assisted Therapy with Public School Special Education Students -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. PROGRAM METHOD -- III. INFORMED CONSENT -- IV. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY -- V. RESULTS -- VI. DISCUSSION -- VII. CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 12: Clinical Approaches to Assessing and Utilizing Animal-Related Experiences in Therapeutic Interventions with Children, Adolescents, and Their Caregivers -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. WHY IT IS IMPORTANT FOR CLINICIANS TO ROUTINELY ASSESS FOR THE CHILD'S ANIMAL-RELATED EXPERIENCES -- III. CLINICAL EXAMPLES OF INTERVENTIONS THAT ADDRESS THE ANIMAL-RELATED EXPERIENCES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE LARGER CONTEXT OF THERAPY -- IV. CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX A -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 13: Characteristics of Animal-Assisted Therapy/Activity in Specialized Settings -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. VARIATION OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY AND ANIMAL-ASSISTED ACTIVITY (AAA/AAT) IN SPECIALIZED SETTINGS -- III. DESCRIPTION OF THE STRUCTURES AND APPROACHES OF AAA/AAT -- IV. AAA/AAT AND THE HUMAN-ANIMAL TEAM MODEL -- V. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION -- VI. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 14: Human-Animal Interaction and Successful Aging -- I. SUCCESSFUL AGING
  • II. HEALTH-PROMOTING BEHAVIOR AND SUCCESSFUL AGING -- III. HUMAN-COMPANION ANIMAL INTERACTIONS AND SUCCESSFUL AGING -- IV. PET SELECTION -- V. GUIDELINES FOR ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY WITH OLDER ADULTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 15: History, Development, and Theory of Human-Animal Support Services for People with AIDS/HIV and Other Disabling/Chronic Conditions -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. CHRONIC AND TERMINAL ILLNESS -- III. HOW ANIMALS HELP CHILDREN AND ADULTS ADAPT TO THEIR ILLNESS -- IV. THE ROLE OF PETS -- V. THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY AND FAMILY -- VI. THE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PET-ASSOCIATED ZOONOSES AND AIDS -- VII. HOW PAWS DEVELOPED TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS WITH PETS -- VIII. SERVICES PROVIDED BY PETS ARE WONDERFUL SUPPORT (PAWS) -- IX. EXAMPLES OF HUMAN-ANIMAL SUPPORT SERVICE PROGRAMS -- X. GETTING STARTED -- XI. CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX 1: EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT PET-ASSOCIATED ZOONOSES, BY STEPHANIE WONG, DVM -- APPENDIX 2: SAFE PET GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTING ZOONOTIC INFECTIONS (2006) -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 16: Animal Abuse and Developmental Psychopathology: Recent Research, Programmatic, and Therapeutic Issues and Challenges for the Future -- I. OVERVIEW -- II. THE CONFLUENCE OF ANIMAL MALTREATMENT AND INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE -- III. PROGRAMMATIC RESPONSES TO THE "LINK" BETWEEN VIOLENCE TO PEOPLE AND ANIMALS -- IV. CLINICAL CASE STUDY -- APPENDIX: FORMAT FOR TRACKING ANIMAL CRUELTY -- REFERENCES -- SECTION IV: Special Topics and Concerns in Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CHAPTER 17: Measuring the Bond: Instruments Used to Assess the Impact of Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CENSHARE PET ATTACHMENT SCALE, PAS -- COMPANION ANIMAL BONDING SCALE, CABS -- LEXINGTON ATTACHMENT TO PETS SCALE, LAPS -- MEASUREMENT OF PET INTERVENTION, MOPI -- PET ATTITUDE SCALE-MODIFIED, PAS-M -- PET RELATIONSHIP SCALE, PRS
  • LIST OF SIMILAR MEASURES -- CHAPTER 18: Techniques for Searching the Animal-Assisted Therapy Literature -- I. WHO WANTS WHAT INFORMATION -- II. HOW TO BEGIN A SEARCH -- III. WHERE TO SEARCH -- IV. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 19: "Old Wine in a New Bottle": New Strategies for Humane Education -- I. ORIGINS OF A PARADIGM -- II. SQUANDERED OPPORTUNITIES -- III. CHALLENGES TO HUMANE EDUCATION -- IV. OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES -- V. SHIFTING A PARADIGM: THREE KEY ELEMENTS -- VI. HUMANE EDUCATION INNOVATIONS -- VII. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 20: Welfare Considerations in Therapy and Assistance Animals -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. GENERAL WELFARE CONSIDERATIONS -- III. ANIMALS USED IN THERAPY -- IV. SERVICE/ASSISTANCE ANIMALS -- V. END-USER PROBLEMS -- VI. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- APPENDIX: ETHICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE CARE AND SUPERVISION OF ANIMALS WHILE UTILIZED IN AAT OR AAA -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 21: Role of the Veterinary Family Practitioner in Animal-Assisted Therapy and Animal-Assisted Activity Programs -- I. THE ORIGIN OF VETERINARY FAMILY PRACTICES -- II. ROLE OF VETERINARIANS IN ANIMAL-ASSISTED -- III. SELECTION OF AN APPROPRIATE VETERINARY FAMILY PRACTITIONER -- IV. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPER 22: The Future of Research, Education, and Clinical Practice in the Animal-Human Bond and Animal-Assisted Therapy -- Part A: The Role of Ethology in the Field of Human-Animal Relations and Animal-Assisted Therapy -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. UNANSWERED RESEARCH QUESTIONS -- III. A MODEL CURRICULUM FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION IN ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY AND ANIMAL-ASSISTED ACTIVITIES -- REFERENCES -- Part B: Human-Animal Interactions and Health: Best Evidence and Where We Go from Here -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. REVIEWS -- III. BUILDING THE EVIDENCE -- IV. ESTABLISHING THE CHALLENGES TO HUMAN-ANIMAL INTERACTION RESEARCH
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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2nd ed.
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9780080463834
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Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy : Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice
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Contents
  • Front cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- ABOUT THE EDITOR -- Table of contents -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- SECTION I: Conceptualization of the Animal-Human Bond: The Foundation for Understanding Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CHAPTER 1: Animal-Assisted Interventions in Historical Perspective -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. ANIMAL SOULS AND SPIRITUAL HEALING -- III. ANIMAL POWERS AND SHAMANISM -- IV. ANIMISM IN CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL TIMES -- V. ANIMALS AS AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION -- VI. ANIMALS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY -- VII. ANIMALS, RELAXATION, AND SOCIAL SUPPORT -- VIII. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2: Animal-Assisted Interventions in Mental Health: Definitions and Theoretical Foundations -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. DEFINING ANIMAL-ASSISTED INTERVENTIONS -- III. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS -- IV. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3: New and Old Perspectives on the Therapeutic Effects of Animals and Nature -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4: Animals as Social Supports: Insights for Understanding Animal-Assisted Therapy -- I. WHAT IS SOCIAL SUPPORT? -- II. ORIGINS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT RESEARCH -- III. CAN RELATIONSHIPS WITH PET ANIMALS PROVIDE SOCIAL SUPPORT? -- IV. TESTS OF THE SOCIAL SUPPORT MODEL -- V. PETS AS FACILITATORS OF SOCIAL CONTACT -- VI. CAN SUPPORT MODELS BE EXTENDED TO EXPLAIN THE SUCCESS OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS? -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5: Community Context and Psychosocial Benefits of Animal Companionship -- I. COMMUNITY CONTEXT AFFECTING THE HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONSHIP -- II. PETS ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF LIFE -- III. NORMALIZING EFFECTS OF ANIMALS -- IV. INDIVIDUALITY IN HUMAN RESPONSES TO ANIMALS -- V. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6: The Animal-Human Bond: Health and Wellness -- I. HEALTH BENEFITS FROM ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY -- II. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR HEALTH BENEFITS
  • III. EXPERIMENTAL OR QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH -- IV. DISCUSSION -- V. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- SECTION II: Animal-Assisted Therapy: Conceptual Model and Guidelines for Quality Assurance -- CHAPTER 7: The Art of Animal Selection for Animal-Assisted Activity and Therapy Programs -- I. A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF ANIMAL SELECTION PROCEDURES -- II. EVALUATION CRITERIA -- III. FIT OF SELECTION PROCEDURES -- MAINTAINING THE BALANCE -- IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS OF ANIMALS -- ANIMALS AS TOOLS OR COLLEAGUES IN THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS -- THE LANGUAGE OF PERSONAL SPACE -- HUMAN HEALING OR ANIMAL STRESS: IS THERE A TRADE-OFF? -- AT THE END OF THE DAY -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 8: Designing and Implementing Animal-Assisted Therapy Programs in Health and Mental Health Organizations -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY -- III. THE GREEN CHIMNEYS MODEL -- IV. ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES -- V. PROGRAM DESIGN ISSUES -- VI. ANIMAL SELECTION -- VII. COST EFFECTIVENESS -- VIII. LIABILITY -- IX. OUTCOMES -- X. INFECTION CONTROL ISSUES -- XI. RULES THAT GUIDE ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS -- XII. PRINCIPLES THAT GUIDE ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY PROGRAMS -- XIII. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- SECTION III: Best Practices in Animal-Assisted Therapy: Guidelines for Use of Animal-Assisted Therapy with Special Populations -- CHAPTER 9: Incorporating Animal-Assisted Therapy into Psychotherapy: Guidelines and Suggestions for Therapists -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. THE NEED FOR RESEARCH -- III. OBJECTIVE OF CHAPTER -- IV. ROLE OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY (AAT) IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: IS THERE SUCH A THING AS AN AAT Rx? -- V. CONSIDERATION 1: WHY CLINICIANS MAY FIND ANIMALS THERAPEUTICALLY BENEFICIAL -- VI. CONSIDERATION 2: THE THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT-ANIMALS AS AN ASPECT OF MILIEU THERAPY
  • VII. CONSIDERATION 3: INCORPORATING THEORY INTO PRACTICE-AAT FROM A LIFE STAGE PERSPECTIVE -- VIII. CONSIDERATION 4: THE EXTENSION OF LIVE ANIMALS-UTILIZING SYMBOLISM AND METAPHORS OF ANIMALS -- IX. CONSIDERATION 5: THERAPEUTIC ALTERNATIVES UTILIZING ANIMALS-EXPANDING OUR CLIENTS' TRADITIONAL THERAPY -- X. CONSIDERATION 6: PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR CLINICIANS' USE OF ANIMALS -- XI. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10: Animals in the Lives of Children -- I. WHERE ARE ANIMALS IN CHILDREN'S LIVES? -- II. WHAT DO ANIMALS MEAN IN CHILDREN'S LIVES? -- III. GENERAL ISSUES FOR AAT WITH CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 11: A 4-Year Trial of Animal-Assisted Therapy with Public School Special Education Students -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. PROGRAM METHOD -- III. INFORMED CONSENT -- IV. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY -- V. RESULTS -- VI. DISCUSSION -- VII. CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 12: Clinical Approaches to Assessing and Utilizing Animal-Related Experiences in Therapeutic Interventions with Children, Adolescents, and Their Caregivers -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. WHY IT IS IMPORTANT FOR CLINICIANS TO ROUTINELY ASSESS FOR THE CHILD'S ANIMAL-RELATED EXPERIENCES -- III. CLINICAL EXAMPLES OF INTERVENTIONS THAT ADDRESS THE ANIMAL-RELATED EXPERIENCES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE LARGER CONTEXT OF THERAPY -- IV. CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX A -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 13: Characteristics of Animal-Assisted Therapy/Activity in Specialized Settings -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. VARIATION OF ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY AND ANIMAL-ASSISTED ACTIVITY (AAA/AAT) IN SPECIALIZED SETTINGS -- III. DESCRIPTION OF THE STRUCTURES AND APPROACHES OF AAA/AAT -- IV. AAA/AAT AND THE HUMAN-ANIMAL TEAM MODEL -- V. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION -- VI. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 14: Human-Animal Interaction and Successful Aging -- I. SUCCESSFUL AGING
  • II. HEALTH-PROMOTING BEHAVIOR AND SUCCESSFUL AGING -- III. HUMAN-COMPANION ANIMAL INTERACTIONS AND SUCCESSFUL AGING -- IV. PET SELECTION -- V. GUIDELINES FOR ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY WITH OLDER ADULTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 15: History, Development, and Theory of Human-Animal Support Services for People with AIDS/HIV and Other Disabling/Chronic Conditions -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. CHRONIC AND TERMINAL ILLNESS -- III. HOW ANIMALS HELP CHILDREN AND ADULTS ADAPT TO THEIR ILLNESS -- IV. THE ROLE OF PETS -- V. THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY AND FAMILY -- VI. THE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF PET-ASSOCIATED ZOONOSES AND AIDS -- VII. HOW PAWS DEVELOPED TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH AIDS WITH PETS -- VIII. SERVICES PROVIDED BY PETS ARE WONDERFUL SUPPORT (PAWS) -- IX. EXAMPLES OF HUMAN-ANIMAL SUPPORT SERVICE PROGRAMS -- X. GETTING STARTED -- XI. CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX 1: EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT PET-ASSOCIATED ZOONOSES, BY STEPHANIE WONG, DVM -- APPENDIX 2: SAFE PET GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTING ZOONOTIC INFECTIONS (2006) -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 16: Animal Abuse and Developmental Psychopathology: Recent Research, Programmatic, and Therapeutic Issues and Challenges for the Future -- I. OVERVIEW -- II. THE CONFLUENCE OF ANIMAL MALTREATMENT AND INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE -- III. PROGRAMMATIC RESPONSES TO THE "LINK" BETWEEN VIOLENCE TO PEOPLE AND ANIMALS -- IV. CLINICAL CASE STUDY -- APPENDIX: FORMAT FOR TRACKING ANIMAL CRUELTY -- REFERENCES -- SECTION IV: Special Topics and Concerns in Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CHAPTER 17: Measuring the Bond: Instruments Used to Assess the Impact of Animal-Assisted Therapy -- CENSHARE PET ATTACHMENT SCALE, PAS -- COMPANION ANIMAL BONDING SCALE, CABS -- LEXINGTON ATTACHMENT TO PETS SCALE, LAPS -- MEASUREMENT OF PET INTERVENTION, MOPI -- PET ATTITUDE SCALE-MODIFIED, PAS-M -- PET RELATIONSHIP SCALE, PRS
  • LIST OF SIMILAR MEASURES -- CHAPTER 18: Techniques for Searching the Animal-Assisted Therapy Literature -- I. WHO WANTS WHAT INFORMATION -- II. HOW TO BEGIN A SEARCH -- III. WHERE TO SEARCH -- IV. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 19: "Old Wine in a New Bottle": New Strategies for Humane Education -- I. ORIGINS OF A PARADIGM -- II. SQUANDERED OPPORTUNITIES -- III. CHALLENGES TO HUMANE EDUCATION -- IV. OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES -- V. SHIFTING A PARADIGM: THREE KEY ELEMENTS -- VI. HUMANE EDUCATION INNOVATIONS -- VII. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 20: Welfare Considerations in Therapy and Assistance Animals -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. GENERAL WELFARE CONSIDERATIONS -- III. ANIMALS USED IN THERAPY -- IV. SERVICE/ASSISTANCE ANIMALS -- V. END-USER PROBLEMS -- VI. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- APPENDIX: ETHICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE CARE AND SUPERVISION OF ANIMALS WHILE UTILIZED IN AAT OR AAA -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 21: Role of the Veterinary Family Practitioner in Animal-Assisted Therapy and Animal-Assisted Activity Programs -- I. THE ORIGIN OF VETERINARY FAMILY PRACTICES -- II. ROLE OF VETERINARIANS IN ANIMAL-ASSISTED -- III. SELECTION OF AN APPROPRIATE VETERINARY FAMILY PRACTITIONER -- IV. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPER 22: The Future of Research, Education, and Clinical Practice in the Animal-Human Bond and Animal-Assisted Therapy -- Part A: The Role of Ethology in the Field of Human-Animal Relations and Animal-Assisted Therapy -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. UNANSWERED RESEARCH QUESTIONS -- III. A MODEL CURRICULUM FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION IN ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY AND ANIMAL-ASSISTED ACTIVITIES -- REFERENCES -- Part B: Human-Animal Interactions and Health: Best Evidence and Where We Go from Here -- I. INTRODUCTION -- II. REVIEWS -- III. BUILDING THE EVIDENCE -- IV. ESTABLISHING THE CHALLENGES TO HUMAN-ANIMAL INTERACTION RESEARCH
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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EBC274222
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2nd ed.
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1 online resource (554 pages)
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9780080463834
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