AAT digs deep into the relationship and natural bond that exists between humans and animals and has been used as a complementary therapy by healthcare professionals to help treat many disorders, including:
- Eating Disorders
- Social Phobia
- Anxiety Disorders
- Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries
- And MUCH MORE!
Animal-assisted therapy is more commonly being recognized as a useful intervention and source of alternative or complementary treatment in a variety of settings, including hospitals, assisted living centers, equine facilities and even a patient’s own home.
Find out how animal-assisted therapy is changing lives and healing people, one step at a time.