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Course Readings

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Bachi, K., Terkel, J., & Teichman, M. (2011). Equine-facilitated psychotherapy for at-risk adolescents: The influence on self-image, self-control, and trust. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 17(2), pp. 298-312.

Chandler, C. (2012). Equine Assisted Counseling. In C. K. Chandler (Ed.) Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling, 2nd Ed. (pp. 205-228). New York: Routledge.

Epston, D. (2011). The corner: Innovative services. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 30(3), pp. 86-95.

Frewin, K., & Gardiner, B., (2005) New age or old sage? A review of Equine assisted psychotherapy. The Australian Journal of Counseling Psychology . 6.

Green, S. (in press). Horse sense: Equine assisted single session consultations. In M. Hoyt & M. Talmon (Eds.) Capture the moment: Single session therapy and walk-in service. Williston, VT: Crown House Publishing.

Green, S. (2012). Horses and families: Bringing equine assisted approaches to family therapy. In A. Rambo, T. Boyd, A. Schooley & C. West (Eds.). Family therapy review: Contrasting contemporary models. (pp. 1-14). New York: Taylor and Francis.

Green, S. (2011). Power or pattern? A brief, relational approach. Family Therapy Magazine, Nov./Dec.

Masini, A., (2010) Equine-assisted psychotherapy in clinical practice. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services . 48 (10)

Parshall, D. (2003) Research and reflection: Animal-assisted therapy in mental health settings. Counseling and Values . 48 (1).

Pichot, T., & Coulter, M., (2006) Animal-Assisted Brief Therapy: A Solution-Focused Approach. Chapter 1: The Basics of Animal-Assisted Activities/Therapy (AAA/T). Routledge. New York, NY, (pp. 9-25).

Risley-Cutiss, C. (2010) Social work practitioners and the human-companion animal bond: A national study. Social Work . 55(1).

Suthers-McCabe, H., (2001) Take one pet and call me in the morning. Generations. 25 (2).