Numerous case examples illustrate the use of equine assisted trauma therapy principles as it takes readers step by step from necessary theoretical basics to the skills and techniques that constitute clinical equine assisted trauma work.
The Fundamantals of Equine Assisted Traumatherapy, with case examples from working with members of the Armed Forces" is a peer-reviewed, must-have reference for any professional who wants to be involved in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Numerous case examples illustrate the use of Equine Assisted Trauma Therapy principles as it takes readers step by step from necessary theoretical basics to the skills and techniques that constitute clinical equine assisted trauma work. This unique resource is an indispensable guide to develop and implement Equine Assisted Psychotherapy techniques in your practice and is the most comprehensive book available dedicated to both equine specialists and mental health professionals."
Introduction to equine-assisted psychotherapy. Maitland, FL: Xulon Press. Parent,
I.B. (2016). The fundamentals of equine assisted trauma therapy: With practical
examples from working with members of the armed forces. CreateSpace ...
Author: Leif Hallberg
The Clinical Practice of Equine-Assisted Therapy bridges theory, research, and practical methods to fill a rapidly developing gap for physical, occupational, speech, and mental health professionals interested in incorporating horses in therapy. Extensively researched and citing over 300 peer-reviewed journal articles, it examines core issues such as terminology, scope of practice, competency recommendations, horse care ethics, and clinical practice considerations. This book is an essential resource for professionals who wish to use a best-practices approach to equine-assisted therapy.
Soul recovery: Equine assisted activities for healing from abuse by others, loss of
others & loss of self. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Parent, I.B. (
2016a). The fundamentals of equine assisted trauma therapy: With practical ...
Author: Leif Hallberg
The Equine-Assisted Therapy Workbook gives readers the tools they need to increase professional competency and personalize the practical applications of equine-assisted therapy. Each chapter includes thought-provoking ethical questions, hands-on learning activities, self-assessments, practical scenarios, and journal assignments applicable to a diverse group of healthcare professionals. The perfect companion to The Clinical Practice of Equine-Assisted Therapy, this workbook is appropriate for both students and professionals.
Author: Michelle Holling-BrooksPublish On: 2019-09-01
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posttraumatic stress symptoms in maltreated youth. The Journal of Infant, Child ...
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Author: Michelle Holling-Brooks
Publisher: Trafalgar Square Books
ASHLEY was locked in closets as punishment, and physically and sexually abused, resulting in an angry and violent child who threatened her adoptive family—until she met Cocoa and Radar, the horses that helped her learn to trust again. BRENDA was diagnosed bipolar and lived through humiliating domestic abuse, but three horses—Delilah, Wiscy, and Diesel—helped her establish a sense of self-worth, hope for the future, and ultimately, the will to go on. NICK was angry, suicidal, and a veteran with combat PTSD, who now says, “Horses literally saved my life.” Inspired by her own childhood trauma when she spent seven days in a coma, awakened to a severely compromised body and brain, and rebuilt her life with the help of a horse, Michelle Holling-Brooks founded Unbridled Change, a non-profit Equine-Partnered Therapy organization that helps match horses to individuals in need. Here she shares amazing stories of the people she’s worked with and the “horse cure” that changed their lives. Survivors of trauma, loss, illness, abuse, stress, and depression can face seemingly insurmountable obstacles. But today, a growing body of scientific evidence suggests that horses play a crucial role in therapy for those struggling with significant psychological and emotional challenges. Horses respond to angry, inhibited, heartbroken, defiant, terrified clients in many different ways, often breaking through defensive barriers via their physical presence, or by pointing to areas of psychological distress not immediately apparent. The horse’s response guides the treatment team, as well as the client, in the healing process.
Court testimony: Animal-assisted trauma-informed play therapy to help
traumatized child and adolescent witnesses. ... The fundamentals of equine assisted trauma therapy: With practical examples of working with members of the
Author: Mary Renck Jalongo
This book brings together authoritative information about the child/dog bond as it is manifested with family dogs, visiting therapy dogs, and service dogs trained to assist children with disabilities. Despite the widely accepted view that participating in a dog’s care and interacting with dogs in behaviorally healthy ways is a route to becoming responsible and compassionate, research on this complex dynamic is difficult to design, time-consuming to collect, and challenging to analyze. This volume synthesizes theory, research, and practice, bringing all to bear upon child/dog interactions in homes, schools, libraries, and the community at large. Children, Dogs and Education serves as a handbook for a diverse group of adults who seek to build positive relationships between children and dogs—parents/families, professional dog trainers, teachers, librarians, mental health professionals, health care professionals, and university faculty. The study of interactions between human and nonhuman animals has captured the imagination of an international community of researchers from many different fields and professions. Even though dogs are ubiquitous in the lives of most children, studies of children’s interactions with dogs in families and communities are lacking. Most of the previous research on the human-canine bond has focused on adolescents and adults or, even when younger children are the focus, it has tended to rely on parents to speak for children. There are three features of this book that make it unique. First, it goes beyond exploring the child/dog bond to examine additional important issues, including: children’s concepts of responsible care, their ability to interpret dogs’ behavioral cues, and their ideas about canine behavioral issues/training. Second, unlike most other work to date, it represents children’s voices through cases, interviews, and drawings. Finally, the contributors to this edited work use their collective wisdom to draw educational implications and suggest direction in preparing the next generation of dog guardians.
Listening to the answers provided allows for traumatherapist to hear where
clients' focus was, e.g., struggles, ... Open-ended horse observations without ... 1
Observational Focus Points (OFPs; “The Fundamentals of Equine Assisted Trauma.
Author: Kay Sudekum Trotter
Clinicians have long recognized that trauma therapy provides a pathway to recovery, and Equine-Assisted Mental Health for Healing Trauma provides that pathway for those who work with horses and clients together. This book demonstrates a range of equine-assisted mental health approaches and step-by-step strategies for facilitating recovery from trauma for children, adults, and families. Chapters address topics such as chronic childhood trauma, accident-related trauma, complex trauma and dissociation, posttraumatic growth in combat veterans, somatic experiencing and attachment, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), reactive attachment disorder (RAD), relational trauma, and sexual trauma. Experts also provide case studies accompanied by transcript analyses to demonstrate the process of trauma healing. Clinicians will come away from the book with a wealth of theoretical and practical skills and an in-depth, trauma-informed understanding that they can use directly in their work with clients.
And a smaller horse can be an advantage , enabling the therapist to more easily
place hands on the patient . The trip ... Utilizing the fundamentals learned from
the German experts , the American theraYOUR HORSE MAY BE A THERAPIST
pists intend to set up ... training the hippotherapy lying prone on the horse or
have varied occasional advantages in the patient ple sclerosis , or traumatic
brain injury ...
P. D. McGreevy and Christine J. Nicol 37 subsequently tightened , occasionally to
the extent that skin trauma is apparent ( Hachten 1995 ) . ... Similarly , devices
that deliver dental and palatal pain may interfere with the horse's ingestive
behaviour and result in a failure to thrive . ... The extent to which unpleasant
substrate - covers and aversion therapy increase arousal in horses has not been
determined . ... In : Stereotypic Animal Behaviour ; Fundamentals and
Applications to Welfare .
... 126 Abuse boundary setting , 50 post - traumatic stress disorder secondary to ,
588 sexual , 588-589 Abuse reporting , 48 Accessory ... 99t Acquired
immunodeficiency syndrome , 198 , 205-206 Active assisted movement , 310
Active assisted range of motion , 311 Active ... 553-554 history - taking , 559 horses , 556 , 560f , 560-561 massage therapist's role , 554 pain management
benefits of , 556-559 ...
Author: Sandy Fritz
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
Accompanying DVD-ROMs contain ... "more than three hours of video on techniques, body mechanics, and more, plus anatomy and physiology animations that demonstrate concepts from the book."--Page 4 of cover.
Tumer, Simon. An Atlas of Surgical Approaches to the Bones of the Horse. (IIlus.)
... N. Edward Current Therapy in Equine Medicine Two. (lllus). 784p. 1987. ...
Roger G. Mosby's Fundamentals of Animal Health Technology: Small Animal
Surgical Nursing. LC 82-8019. (IIlus.) ... Another Silenced Trauma: Twelve
Feminist Therapists & Activists Respond to One Woman's Recovery from Viet
Nam. LC 86-9481.
Jensen JR and Serene TP ( 1984 ) Fundamentals of Clinical Endodontics .
Kendall Hunt . ... Baker GJ and Kirkland DK ( 1992 ) Endodontic therapy in the horse . Proceedings of the 38th ... In : Traumatic Injuries of the Teeth ( 2nd edn ) ,
Author: Gordon J. Baker
Publisher: Saunders Limited
This comprehensive and definitive resource on equine dentistry has been completely updated to include the latest advances in morphology, dental disease and pathology, diagnosis of dental disorders, and equine dental techniques. Complete and comprehensive coverage Fully referenced Extensively illustrated with integrated color pictures, black and white photographs and line drawings International team of contributors Features a new historical introduction to equine veterinary dentistry Includes new and expanded coverage of the following topics: Complications in oral surgery; Dental disease of miniature horses; Teeth evolution; Geriatrics; Bits and biting; Horse headwear; and Dental equipment
Auer JA , Burch GE , Hall P. Review of pulsing electromagnetic field therapy and
its possible application to horses . Equine Vet J 1. ... A clinical and exper 1983 ;
15 : 354-360 . imental study of tendon injury , healing and treatment in the horse .
28. ... Fundamentals of wound management . 1st ed . ... Effects of trauma and 17.
Category: Veterinary anatomy
Vols. for 1956- include selected papers from the proceedings of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Fundamental Principles of Pathology and Physiology Applied to Diagnostic and Therapeutic Plans for the Lame Horse My motivation for ... you with biochemistry
and molecular biology , but rather to step back and address some fundamental principles of injury and insult to the digit . ... form of blunt trauma , penetrating trauma , thermal injury , thrombus , or toxic insult sets off the inflammatory
cynicism , nonchalance , horseplay , or other more or less studied out of “ field
behavior . " 25. Dominator . Tries to assert authority in manipulating group or
some individuals in group . May be flattery , assertion of superior status or right to
Being Understanding and Understood , or How to Find a wandered Horse , ETC ,
8 : 171-179 , 1951 . 45 . ... Kelley , Douglas M. The Use of General Semantics
and Korzybskian Principles as ... Method of Group Therapy in Traumatic Neurosis
, Lakeville : International Non - Aristotelian Library Publishing Co. , 1938 , 51 .
It must be emphasized , however , that in every trauma , surgical or accidental ,
the first therapeutic session with any laser device should always be ... Only at this
moment the eventual follow up treatment should be taken over by a horse trainer
/ owner / rider , technician or paramedic capable to ... Karu T , ' Photobiological fundamentals of low - power laser therapy , IEEE J. of Quantum Electronics , vol .
Treatment of these cases involves the performance of Buerger's exercises , use
of good foot hygiene , proper footwear and the selection of an occupation which
makes few demands on the feet . ... Clinical : The first complaint is usually pain
over the tibialis anticus described as a “ charley horse . ... without undue trauma
or should the reduction be 306 FUNDAMENTALS OF CLINICAL ORTHOPEDICS.
... Aug 692 Bilateral choroid plexus cholesteatomas , June 514 Bloody fine -
needle aspirates , Feb 125 Buckshot trauma in a goat , July 587 ... Nov 950
Mammary gland sequestration , June 515 Mast cell tumor on a horse's distal
extremity , Oct 871 Mesenteric torsion of the ... April 355 Radiation therapy , principles , April 350 Special considerations for cancer chemotherapy in cats ,
April 365 Questions to ...