Dog therapy for at risk teens
School program brings pet therapy to at-risk teens
Our library partnered with Got Your Six Support Dogs to create a program for teens and tweens at the Madison County Juvenile Detention Center. We were already leading a book club for students at the detention center as part of
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Program Benefits At-Risk Youth and Shelter Dogs
How Animal Therapy is Helping Teens. How Animal Therapy is Helping Teens. Posted: June 1, 2016 Research has shown that teens who regularly interact with and care for animals (whether its a dog, llama, horse, or even a potbellied pig) feel more comfortable with their surroundings, and become more engaged in the treatment process.
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A therapist or counselor may also benefit children or teens. Therapy can be a safe space for kids to process thoughts and emotions. Child and Teen Mental Health Risk Factors; Children and Teen