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Hi All Students!

I am currently working on a project and wanted to get your opinions of interest on a dog therapy clinical service, that would be targeted to improving mental health, as an alternative to therapies such as CBT, Counselling, Psychotherapy?
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Yes.
Holistic therapy with canines can work very well as a means of coming to terms with bereavement and past traumas.
Also helpful as a support mechanism for vulnerable people coping with overwhelming situations or loneliness.
For people with cynophobia or a dislike of dogs, animal therapy with cats and horses can be a good substitute.
Sometime rabbits, lambs and goats too.
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(Original post by CWLOPES123)
Hi All Students!

I am currently working on a project and wanted to get your opinions of interest on a dog therapy clinical service, that would be targeted to improving mental health, as an alternative to therapies such as CBT, Counselling, Psychotherapy?
i think for me dog therapy would be really helpful. dogs in general make me feel happy and relaxed, from exam/school and family stress in general !
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