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Anchored. Podcast Episode 8 - Four Legged Healers: Exploring Animal Assisted Therapy

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It's no secret that animals have the uncanny ability to lift the spirits of others and turn a bad day into a good one. But, professionals and organizations are starting to recognize that animals can offer so much more than a smile. In this podcast, we will be taking a look at the different ways in which animals are used for helping people. We will talk to two professionals who utilize animals in their mission to help others.

Anchored.
is MFLN Family Development's podcast created to support and inspire those connected to military families. Each episode focuses on real life struggles and topic areas that many families encounter. We invite you to sit back, relax, and get Anchored. with us!

CEU Information
1.0 CEU for this podcast episode is available through The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work. These educational hours may be submitted by professionals to meet continuing education requirements for renewal of Social Work, Professional Counselor, and Family Therapist licenses. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work is an approved CE provider in all but the following 11 states: Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, North Dakota, and Oklahoma.

Participants are encouraged to check with their states' latest licensing rules to confirm reciprocity and CE rules.


Guest Bios
Carol Lansford is the Executive Director of Valor Service Dogs. She is a graduate of Valdosta State University with a BS in Psychology. She also has a certificate in canine behavioral psychology. After her husband suffered severe injuries in Afghanistan, Carol's life took her in the direction that eventually led to the creation of Valor Service Dogs.
Shelley Green, PhD, LMFT, is Co-Director of Context Consultants and Professor of Family Therapy and Director of Equine Assisted Therapy at Nova Southeastern University. She is coeditor of Quickies: The Handbook of Brief Sex Therapy and author of numerous articles in the areas of sexuality, HIV/AIDS, and clinical training and supervision. Under event materials, you will find a book chapter written by Shelley- Horse sense:  Equine assisted single session consultations by S. Green (2014) taken from Capturing the Moment:  Single Session Therapy and Walk-In Services edited by  M.F. Hoyt PhD & M. Talmon PhD, ISBN 9781845908935 ÂĐ2014 by Michael F. Hoyt and Moshe Talmon.
 

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