Animal assisted therapy in counselling - Autumn 2020
Are you a health professional looking for your niche? Animal lover and a people person? Want to combine your love of animals with your caring profession?
This exciting new in-depth course looks at incorporating Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) into your practice. We will explore amongst other things:
- The history of AAT.
- Key figures in its development.
- Learn about dog body language and behaviour.
- Discuss animal welfare - working with them in therapy.
- Learn about the theory behind the approach.
- Learn AAT techniques for different client groups.
The course will be spread over three months - one day a month for three months - and will be structured to look at AAT in counselling with considerations for the client, practitioner and therapy animal.
Day one - 19/09/2020
Day Two - 17/10/2020
Day Three - 14/11/2020
Please note: You will need to complete all three days in order to receive certification.
You will get the opportunity to learn the key theory, interact with potential therapy animals, engage in group activities exploring the benefits of incorporating interaction with animals into well-being development and consider the implications of developing such a niche in your practice.
If you're looking for a new direction and have recognised the potential benefits of human-animal interaction then sign up now for this incredible opportunity!
(Places are limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.)
Cost: £399 (£60 deposit secures)
All the course details can be found on our website at www.humanima.co.uk/services/courses
Email Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.
About Kathryn Kimbley
Kathryn Kimbley has an MSc in counselling psychology and is a person-centred counsellor. She has a professional certificate in animal assisted therapy and a foundation cert in animals and horticulture as therapy. She researched “Counsellor Attitudes & Experiences Towards Incorporating Animal Assisted Therapy into Practice” for her MSc.