Animal Assisted Therapy

Animal-assisted therapy is a therapeutic intervention that incorporates animals, such as dogs into the treatment plan. These sessions target agreed outcomes set by a therapist and using the dogs to support these outcomes.

Animal-assisted therapy can be a useful intervention for individuals or groups.

Its been found to have positive outcomes and overall improved emotional well-being in those with autism, medical conditions, behavioural issues, as well, as those battling illnesses like depression, schizophrenia, or addiction.