CANINE-INTEGRATED THERAPEUTIC PROGRAMS: CLINICAL THERAPY

 

Clinical Canine-Integrated Therapy is a clinically minded session that incorporates the training of a Giving Retriever program dog with a participantís current therapeutic goals.  The objective of Clinical Canine-Integrated Therapy is to address social, cognitive, physical and emotional challenges in and engaging and progressive therapeutic activity.

 

Therapy sessions are facilitated by a Canine-Integrated Therapy Provider and a Licensed Clinician who work collaboratively to measure a participantís progression of skills in areas of: non-verbal communication; verbal communication; interpersonal interactions; problem-solving and planning.  Together, they ensure that each participant receives the maximum therapeutic benefit from every session.

 

This therapy is available in individual, dyad and group and parent-tot sessions.  The session is moderated by a Canine-Integrated Therapy Provider with the clinical oversight of a Licensed Clinical Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Physical Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist or Special Education Teacher.  It is not necessary for a child to have a dog to participate in this therapy.

 

 

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