Animal Assisted Therapy

  • by Susan Bowman
  • Narrated by Violet Meadow
  • 1 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Discover How Animal-Assisted Therapy Can Help You Improve Your Life Today!
Did you know animal-assisted therapy has been used to help people lose weight, overcome phobias, and treat addictions and to help with disabilities and more?
The human-animal bond has existed since the beginning of time but only recently has been used extensively to promote natural healing.
Can animal-assisted therapy change YOUR life? You are about to find out....
According to the National Taipei College of Nursing, animal-assisted therapy, or AAT, is a "goal-directed intervention", which, when used properly, combines multiple health disciplines to improve the quality of our lives physically, mentally, and physiologically.
Did you see that part about "when used properly"? That's what you are about to discover in my new book! How to use animal-assisted therapy properly to improve your life today!
You are about to discover a revolutionary model that will change the way you think about your pet and just about any animal forever.

Top 10 mental and psychological benefits of pet therapy
Find out what and where the top three National Organizations are supporting AAT programs and how you can connect with them.
Learn about seven little-known local resources to find an animal-assisted therapy program
Find out what your doctor might not be telling you about the benefits of AAT and how AAT may be MORE effective at helping you conquer depression, anxiety, addictions and loneliness than counseling or medications, and more....

Get started with animal-assisted therapy today! You'll be glad you did!


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Is there anything you would change about this book?

This book was not at all what I was hoping for. There was very little in the way of explaining how animal therapy works or why it works.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The best part of this book was the referneces to outside resources, but even that was very short. there are so many more organizations out there.

How could the performance have been better?

It sounded like Siri instead of a real person at times.

Do you think Animal Assisted Therapy needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes. It needs a book (or perhaps a series of them) detailing more ins, outs, and how toos of different animal therapy types. for example, a book on Equine Assisted Therapies, with each chapter (of 20+ pages, not a 30 second chapter) overviewing the theoretical approach and or benefits of each differnt type

Any additional comments?

By the time I know enough to recognize the title as something that i want to learn about, I already know 80% of the information in this book, which makees it fairly useless.

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- Susan Davis

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-20-2015
  • Publisher: PPG