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Course Readings

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Adams, C., Coady, N. & Yorke, J. (2008). Therapeutic value of equine--human bonding in recovery from trauma. Anthrozoos, 21(1), 17-30.

Aponte, H.J. & Carlsen, J.C. (2009). An instrument for person-of-the-therapist supervision. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 35(4), 395-405.

Burgon, H.L. (2011). ‘Queen of the world’: experiences of ‘at-risk’ young people participating in equine-assisted learning/therapy. Journal of Social Work Practice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare and the Community, 25(02), 165-183.

Cumelia, E.J. (2003). Questions and Answers. Eating Disorders, 11(2), 143-147.

Dagirmanjian, S., Eron, J., & Lund, T. (2007). Narrative solutions: An integration of self and systems perspectives in motivating change. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 17(1), 70-92.

Dell, C.A., Chalmers, D., Dell, D., Suave, E. & MacKinnon, T. (2008). Horse as Healer: An Examination of Equine Assisted Learning in the Healing of First Nations Youth from Solvent Abuse. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 6(1), 81-106.

Ewing, C., MacDonald, P., Taylor, M. & Bowers, M. (2007). Equine-Facilitated Learning for Youths with Severe Emotional Disorders: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study. Child & Youth Care Forum, 36(1), 59-72.

Karol, J. (2007). Applying a Traditional Individual Psychotherapy Model to Equine-facilitated Psychotherapy (EFP): Theory and Method. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 12(1), 77-90.

Klontz, B., Bivens, A., Leinart, D. & Klontz, T. (2007). The Effectiveness of Equine-Assisted Experiential Therapy: Results of an Open Clinical Trial. Society & Animals, 15(3), 257-267.

Protinsky, H. & Coward, L. (2001). Developmental lessons of seasoned marital and family therapists: A qualitative investigation. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 27(3), 375-384.

Roberts, F., Bradberry, J. & Williams, C. (2004). Equine-facilitated psychotherapy benefits students and children. Holistic Nursing Practice, 18(1), 32-5.

Schultz, P., Remick-Barlow, G. & Robbins, L. (2007). Equine-assisted psychotherapy: a mental health promotion/intervention modality for children who have experienced intra-family violence. Health and Social Care in the Community, 15(3), 265–271.

Selby, A. & Smith-Osborne, A. (2013). A systematic review of effectiveness of complementary and adjunct therapies and interventions involving equines. Health Psychology, 32(4), 418-432.

Sharpe, H. (2014). Equine assisted counselling and women with eating disorders: Articulating bodily experience. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 48(2), pp. 127-152.

Simon, G.M. (2006). The heart of the matter: A proposal for placing the self of the therapist at the center of family therapy research in training. Family Process, 45(3), 331-344.

Sutherland, O., Dienhart, A., & Turner, J. (2013). Responsive persistence part II. Practices of postmodern therapists. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 39(4), 488-501.

Timm, T. & Blow, A.J. (1999). Self-of-the-therapist work: a balance between removing restraints and identifying resources. Contemporary Family Therapy, 21(3), 331-351.