We provide animal assisted therapy (AAT) for both Adults and Children at our centres in North Wales. The therapy can be a useful intervention for people who come with a range of limiting conditions and is available to individuals or small groups. Singular users usually involves 3 people; the client, the health care professional and the suitably trained animal handler.
We can offer therapy with ponies, donkeys, alpacas, dogs and goats. Each animal offers its own individual attributes that offer appeal to clients who are encouraged to spend time with all the various animals, so that genuine mutual connection can be formed with the ultimate preference resting with the individual.
Animal Assisted Therapy SessionPer Session Approx 1hr
- Excellent Facilities
- Full Insurance
- Expert Animal Handlers
- Person Centred Approach
- Discounts Available For Block Bookings (3+)
What Is Animal Assisted Intervention?
Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) is a type of therapy that involves animals as a form of treatment. The goal of AAI is to improve a patient’s social, emotional, or cognitive functioning.
What Kind Of Animals Do We Have?
We have Alpacas, Donkeys, Goats, Ponies, Goats and Dogs
What Do Animal-Assisted Therapists Do?
An animal-assisted therapist is a health professional who uses animal interactions to help treat clients’ mental and physical health conditions. Animals can help treat conditions such as anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder or help people develop social skills.
Is Animal-Assisted Therapy A Type Of Behavioural therapy?
How Does Animal Therapy Help Autism?
Studies show that animal-assisted therapy leads to an overall reduction of symptoms including anger, depression, and dissociation in survivors of sexual assault. Animal-assisted therapy has also been shown to reduce problem behavior and improves overall behavioral functioning for children survivors of sexual assault.
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