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Book Review: Animal-Assisted Therapy in Counseling (3rd ed.)

Author: Cynthia Chandler

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This book is one of the most comprehensive books on integrating animal-assisted therapy into counseling (AAT-C). In this book, Dr. Cynthia Chandler provides an overview of animal-assisted therapy in the context of clinical work, research in this field, and the concepts of human-animal relational theory. She also presents how to choose and train and animal partner and understand the ethics and liability involved in clinical work with animals.

Dr. Chandler also provides information on applying clinical theories to AAT-C, animal-assisted counseling practices, and how to work with animals in a variety of contexts with different client populations. This book is an invaluable resource for practitioners working with animals.

What I Most Like About This Book: Dr. Chandler's gentle and insightful way of describing her work and experience in AAT-C and the pictures of her dogs and the teams she has helped to train.

This book can be ordered here: Animal-Assisted Therapy in Counseling (3rd ed.)

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