EQUINE FACILITATED LEARNING REFERENCES

 

Alfonso, S. et.al (2015). "Project Stride: An Equine-Assisted Intervention to Reduce Symptoms of Social Anxiety in Young Women". Elsevier, 11 (6): 461-467. 

Anderson, D. C. (2006). Assessing the human-animal bond. A compendium of actual measures. West Lafayette, IN: Perdue University Press. 

Bachi, K. (2013). Application of Attachment theory to equine-facilitated psychotherapy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 1-10, first published on March 14, 2013. doi: 10.1007/s10879- 013-9232-1 

 

Bachi, K. (2012). Equine-facilitated psychotherapy: The gap between practice and knowledge. Society & Animals, 20, 364-380. doi: 10.1163/15685306-12341242 

Barker, S.B. (1999). "Therapeutic Aspects of the Human-Companion Animal Interaction". Psychiatric Times, XVI (2).

Barker, S.B., Barker, R.T., Dawson, K.S. & Knisley, J.S. (1998). "The Effects of Animal-Assisted Therapy on Anxiety Ratings of Hospitalized Psychiatric Patients." Psychiatric Services, 49 (6):797- 801.

Beck, A., Seraydarian, L. & Hunter, G.F. (1986). "The use of Animals in the Rehabilitation of Psychiatric Inpatients." Psychological Reports, 58 (1):63-66.

 

Bowers, M.J. and MacDonald, P. (2001). The effectiveness of equine-facilitated psychotherapy with at risk adolescents. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 15, 62-76. 

 

Brooks, S. M. (2006). Animal-assisted psychotherapy and equine-facilitated psychotherapy. In N. B. Webb (Ed.), Helping traumatized youth in child welfare: Perspectives of mental health and children's services practitioners (pp. 196-218). New York, NY: Guildford Press. 

Burgon, H. (2014). Equine-Assisted Therapy and Learning with At-Risk Young People. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

 

Crofoot-Graham, T.L., Cellarius, K., Clothier, P., Moore, L., and Hawkins, J. (2001). Transition programs in Indian Country. Seattle, WA: Casey Family Programs. Cumella, E.J & Simpson, S. (n.d.). “Efficacy of Equine Therapy: Mounting Evidence”.

Dell, C and D. Chalmers. 2011. “Equine-Assisted Therapy as an Adjunct to Solvent Abuse Treatment for First Nations Youth: A Key Consideration for Building an Empirical Knowledge Base”. Native Studies Review. Special invitation. 20(1), 59-87. 

Dell, C., D. Chalmers, D. Dell, E. Sauve and T. MacKinnon (2008). Horse as healer: Applying equine assisted learning to uncover and strengthen the spirit of first nations youth who abuse solvents. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health, 6(1), 81-106. 

 

Dell, C., D. Chalmers, N. Bresette, S. Swain, D. Rankin, C. Hopkins. 2011. “Creating Healing Spaces: The Experiences of First Nations and Inuit Youth with Equine-Assisted Learning”. Child and Youth Care Forum. 40(2), 319-336. DOI 10.1007/s10566-011-9140-z 

Drawe, H. L. (2001). An animal-assisted therapy program for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural disorders. United States—Kentucky, Spalding University. 

Frame, D. (2006). Practices of therapists using equine facilitated/assisted psychotherapy in the treatment of adolescents diagnosed with depression: A qualitative study. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. New York University School of Social Work. 

Francis, G., Turner, J.T. & Johnson, S.B. (1985). "Domestic Animal Visitation as Therapy with Adult Home Residents." International Journal of Nursing Studies, 22(3): 201-206.

Graham, J. (2007). An evaluation of equine-assisted wellness in those suffering from catastrophic loss and emotional fluctuations. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Utah. Salt Lake City. 

Fritz, C.L., Farver, T.B., Kass, P.H. & Hart L.A. (1995). "Association with Companion Animals and the Expression of Non-cognitive Symptoms in Alzheimer’s Patients." Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 183:459-463.

Hallberg, L. (2004). Not just horse’n around? Evaluating equine assisted psychotherapy as a therapeutic intervention in a mental health setting. Unpublished master’s project. University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Hayden, A. (2005). An exploration of the experience of adolescents who participated in equine- facilitated psychotherapy: A resiliency perspective. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Alliant International University: San Diego.

Hediger, K., Thommen, S., Wagner, C., Gaab J., Hund-Georgiadis, M. (2019). Effects of animal-assisted therapy on social behaviour in patients with acquired brain injury: a randomized controlled trial. Scientific Reports 9, Article number 5831(2019). 

 

Heimlich, K. (2001). Animal-assisted therapy and the severely disabled child: A quantitative study. Journal of Rehabilitation, 67(4). 

 

Held, C.A., (2006). Horse girl: An archetypal study of women, horses, and trauma healing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Pacifica Graduate Institute: Carpinteria, California. 

 

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Holmes, C.M.P., Goodwin, D., Redhead, E.S. & Goymour, K.L. (2012). “The Benefits of Equine-Assisted Activities: An Exploratory Study”. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 29(2).

Hundley, J. (1991). "Pet Project: The use of Pet Facilitated Therapy Among the Chronically Mentally Ill." Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 29(6):23-26.

Irwin, C. (2001). Horses don’t lie: What horses teach us about our natural capacity for awareness, confidence, courage and trust. New York, NY: Marlow & Company. 

Katcher, A.H. & Wilkins, G.G. (1994). "The use of Animal Assisted Therapy and Education with Attention - Deficit Hyperactive and Conduct Disorders." Interactions, 12(4):1-5.

Katcher, A., Friedmann, E., Beck, A., and Lynch, J. (1983). Looking, talking and blood pressure: The physiological consequences of interaction with the living environment.

 

Katcher, A., and A. Beck. (Eds.). New perspectives on our lives with companion animals. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. 

Kazdin, A. (2010). Methodological standards and strategies for establishing the evidence base of animal-assisted therapies. In A. Fine (Ed.), Handbook on animal-assisted therapy:
Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice (3rd ed., pp. 519-546). San Diego, CA: Academic Press. 

 

Kersten, G. and Thomas, L. (1997). Straight from the horse’s mouth: The truth about equine- assisted therapy. The Counsellor, November/December, 25. 

 

Klontz, B., Bivens, A., Leinart, D., and Klontz, T. (2007). The effectiveness of equine-assisted experiential therapy: Results of an open clinical trial. Society and Animals, 15, 257-267. 

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): 257-267.

Kolb, D., Kolb, Alice Y (2008). The Learning Way: Meta-Cognitive Aspects of Experiential Learning. Case Western Reserve University USA. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1046878108325713

Lasa, S., et al. (2015). "Animal assisted interventions in neurorehabilitation: a review of the most recent literature". Neurologia, 30 (1): 1-7. 

Latella, D. (2003). Animals as a therapeutic modality: A curriculum model for occupational therapy. Connecticut, University of Bridgeport. 

Lawrence, E. (1998). Human and horse medicine among some Native American groups. Agriculture and Human Values, 15, 133-138. 

Lefkowitz, C. I., Prout, M., Bleiberg, J., Paharia, I., and Debiak, D. (2005). Animal-assisted prolonged exposure: A treatment for survivors of sexual assault suffering posttraumatic stress disorder. Society & Animals 13(4), 275-295. 

 

MacKinnon, T. (2007). At the heart of equine-assisted learning. Saskatchewan: M.E.S. Ltd. 

McCormick, A. and McCormick, D. (1997). Horse sense and the human heart. Deerfield Beach, Florida: Health Communications, Inc. 

McNicholas, J. and Collis, G. (2006). Animals as social supports: Insights for understanding animal-assisted therapy. In A. Fines (Ed.), Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: Theoretical foundations and guidelines for practice (2nd ed.) (pp. 49-71). 

McCormick, A. & McCormick, M. (1997). "Horse Sense and the Human Heart: What Horses can Teach us About Trust, Bonding, Creativity and Spirituality." Deerfield Beach, Florida: Health Communications, Inc. 

 

Meola, C. (2106). "Addressing the needs of the Millennial workforce through equine assisted learning." Journal of Management Development, 35 (3): 294-303. 

Meola, C., Goodwin, L. (2016). Equine-Assisted Learning Assists Veterans With Civilian Employment. Article 5, ACA Knowledge Center. 

 

Merriam, S. (1998). Qualitative research and case study applications in education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers. 

Odendall, J. (2000) Animal-assisted therapy—Magic or medicine? Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 49(4), 275-280. 

Parelli, P. & Parelli, L. (2012). Looking at equine assisted counseling from the horse’s perspective. In K. Trotter (ed.) 

Saskatchewan Horse Federation. Harnessing the Power of Equine Assisted Counseling: Adding Animal Assisted Therapy to Your Practice (Ed.) (pp. 17-26)). New York, NY.

Pendry, P. et.al. (2014). "Improving Adolescent Social Competence and Behavior: A Randomized Trial of an 11-Week Equine Facilitated Learning Prevention Program". The Journal of Primary Prevention, 35 (4): 281-293. 

Schulz, P., Remick-Barlow, G., Robbins, L. (2007). "Equine‐assisted psychotherapy: a mental health promotion/intervention modality for children who have experienced intra‐family violence". Journal of Health and Social Care, 15 (3): 265-271. 

Schultz, B. (2005). The effects of equine-assisted psychotherapy on the psychosocial functioning of at-risk adolescents ages 12-18. Unpublished counselling thesis, Denver Seminar, Denver. 

Stapleton, Mary. (2016). "Effectiveness of Animal Assisted Therapy after brain injury: A bridge to improved outcomes in CRT". Journal of Neurorehabilitation, 39 (1): 135-140. 

Stoecker, R. (2003). Community-based research: From theory to practice and back again. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. 9, 35-46. 

Tramutt, J. (2003). Opening the gate: Cultivating self awareness and self acceptance through equine-facilitated psychotherapy. Unpublished master’s paper, Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado. 

Trotter, K.S. (2012). Equine assisted interventions in mental health, In K. Trotter (ed.) Harnessing the Power of Equine Assisted Counseling: Adding Animal Assisted Therapy to Your Practice (Ed.) pp. 1- 15). New York, NY: Routledge. 

Wilkes, J. (2009). The role of companion animals in counseling and psychology: Discovering their use in therapeutic process. Springfield, ILL: Charles C Thomas Publisher, Ltd. 

Wilkie K., Germain S., Theule J., (2016). "Evaluating the Efficacy of Equine Therapy Among At-risk Youth: A Meta-analysis." Journal Anthrozoos, 29 (3): 377-393. 

Yorke, J., Adams, C. & Coady, N. (2006). "Therapeutic Value of Equine-Human Bonding in Recovery from Trauma." Anthrozoös, 21(1): 17-30.

Wright, A. (1970). Participative education and the inevitable revolution. Journal of Creative Behaviour 4(4), pp. 234-282. 

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