Specific examples will be given to you of Animal-A variety of therapeutic goals can be assisted of Functional areas. A toolbox will be created. of Animal-Animal assisted interventions-You can apply targeted treatments the very next day.
Brooke Wimer – Animal-Assisted Interventions An Incredible Range of Therapeutic Benefits
A toolbox of Interventions for clients with:
- Trauma, anxiety and depression are all possible.
- Mania, psychotic disorders
- Conduct and antisocial personality disorders
- Cognitive disorders, dementia, and stroke
- Behavioral and personality disorders
- Learning and intellectual disabilities
- Disabilities in the workplace and physically
Join an animal-Expert in assisted therapy Brooke WimerLearn more about OTR/L, MOT and OTR/L. of areas, including:
- Lower blood pressure and stress levels.
- Lessen feelings of Loneliness and a poor self-Anxiety and trauma survivors have low self-esteem
- For people suffering from depression and PTSD, treat the symptoms
- People with antisocial personality disorder or conduct disorder can develop empathy
- Rehabilitation from stroke patients can have improved physical function
- Children with learning disabilities can improve their comprehension and reading skills
You will be given specific examples of Animal-A variety of therapeutic goals can be assisted of Functional areas. A toolbox will be created. of Animal-Animal assisted interventions-You can immediately apply these targeted treatments the next day. This seminar will also include the latest research findings and a solid foundation in human anatomy.-Animal emotional bond There will be a lot of practical information to help you program and implement your own animals.-Assistive interventions
A Brief Overview
- Human-Emotional bond between animals
- Therapy animal vs. Service animal
- Animal-Assistance therapy, activities, and education
- Handler vs. clinician, clinician-Animal teams
- Animal-Interventions that are animal-free
Mindfulness of Animals and the Human Brain: How they Help
- Neuroscience of The human-Animal bond
- Why zebras don’t get ulcers
- Benefits of Owning a companion dog
Interventions and Treatment Goals/Outcomes
- Mental, cognitive, emotional and behavioral problems
- Participation and engagement at sessions should be increased
- Trace symptoms of trauma, anxiety, and depression
- Reduce loneliness and increase self-esteem-Intimacy
- Encourage empathy and outward focus by developing empathy
- Offer hope, meaning and purpose
- Learning challenges
- Enhance your reading and comprehension
- Support vocabulary development
- Increase verbal interaction
- Problems with physical and occupational health
- Fine motor and gross motor skills are essential for progress
- Increase sitting/standing balance
- Increase endurance and activity tolerance
- Improved sensory processing
Components of Animal-Assisted Intervention
- Care recipients that are suitable
- How to approach clients
- Interaction techniques between client and animal
- Closure and documentation
Start Your Own Animal-Assisted Program
- Qualifications and characteristics of animals
- Qualifications for doctors
- Care and preparation of the animal
- If the animal displays signs of Stress and agitation
- Manage your risk to protect your practice
- Information and resources to help you start your animal-Program for assisted living
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- Identify evidence-Results of animal-based research-Assistive interventions
- Animals are best-Assistance for individuals with mental disorders such as anxiety, depression and bipolar.
- Design animal-Interventions to assist children with learning difficulties in their literacy and language development
- For occupational and physical problems, you can design animal-assisted interventions.
- Use animal-Assistive intervention is a method to treat dementia and other cognitive disorders.
- Use your knowledge to create your own program for animal assisted therapy.
- Define the differences between a therapy, service and emotional support animal.
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- Language English
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