Advanced Search Abstract Animals have accompanied humans for thousands of years, with a strong bond forged between humans and other species.
Fine received his graduate degree from University of Cincinnati in and has been on the faculty at California State Polytechnic University since His leadership among faculty and teaching excellence earned him the prestigious Wang Award ingiven to a distinguished professor within the California State University system 23 Universitiesin this instance for exceptional commitment, dedication, and exemplary contributions within the areas of education and applied sciences.
Fine is also a licensed psychologist who opened his practice in Southern California in His practice specializes in treating children with ADHD, learning disabilities, developmental disorders and parent child relations. Understanding our Kinship with Animals: Fine and Alan M. Fine, Philip Tedeschi and Erica Elvove 4.
Animal Therapy on the Community Level: Transition to Practice Lynnette A. Hart and Mariko Yamamoto 7. Conceptual Model and Guidelines for Quality Assurance 8.
What's Love Got to Do with It? Understanding the Other End of the Leash: Incorporating Animal-Assisted Interventions in Psychotherapy: Guidelines and Suggestions for Therapists Aubrey H.
Animals in the Lives of Children Gail F. Melson and Aubrey H. Animals in Educational Settings: Research and Practice Nancy R. Fine and Sabrina Schuck Opportunities and Practical Considerations Michael E. Fine, and Marguerite E.
Fine, and Ann Berger Pets Bring Comfort and Health: Pearson, Dan Bayly, and Aubrey H. Animal Visitation Programs in Colleges and Universities: Loss of a Therapy Animal: Assessment and Healing Susan P.
Our Ethical and Moral Responsibility: Fine, and Jose Peralta Writing in , Animal-assisted interventions in historical perspective 25 John Locke advocated giving children “dogs, squirrels, birds or any such things” to look after as a means of encouraging them to develop tender feelings and a sense of responsibility for others (Locke, , p.
In a review of animal-assisted therapy, we found as many as 20 different definitions and 12 different terms, including animal-assisted therapy, animal-facilitated counseling, pet therapy, pet psychotherapy, pet-facilitated therapy, pet-facilitated psychotherapy, pet-mediated therapy, pet-oriented therapy, animal recreation, pet visitation, and.
the historical perspective we will also explore the horse-assisted interventions (Chapter Two). In order to clarify the purpose of this study we will define all relevant concepts related to equine-. Animal assisted interventions in historical perspective.
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Fine (Ed.), Handbook on animal assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice (pp. . Background: Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is gaining popularity as part of therapy programs in residential aged care facilities. Humans and pet dogs respond to quiet interaction with a lowering of blood pressure and an increase in neuroche-micals associated with relaxation and bonding.
In reading this book, therapists will discover the benefits of incorporating animal-assisted therapy (AAT) into their practices, best practices in animal-assisted intervention, how to design and implement animal-assisted interventions, and the efficacy of AAT with different disorders and patient populations.