Animal assisted therapy coordinators, with an emphasis on working with youth at risk
Animal assisted therapy is a unique method that allows the client to deal directly with his own experiences, through projection, by means of the animals.
The coordinator course is designed for those interested in alternative means of working with youth, fostering a connection between animals and people, and for those who want to expand their professional toolbox. The course includes lectures together with practical experiences and hands-on techniques.
Graduates will receive a certification by David Yellin College and Retorno. The Course Coordinator is Efrat Maayan, clinical psychologist, one of the world’s experts in using animal assisted therapy for the treatment of addicts.Please share this post!