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Animal Assisted Psychotherapy (AAP)

AAP is psychotherapy sessions with the presence of animals to boost the effect of counseling and therapy sessions. The trained therapy animals provide non-judgmental support, allowing individuals to express their emotions, pent-up thoughts, and find solace in challenging times. Whether it's helping those with PTSD, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety, or other mental health conditions, AAP offers a holistic approach that combines the benefits of animal companionship with a therapy framework to help clients achieve greater mental well-being.


Our Commitment to Excellence

At the Centre for Human-Animal Connection, we prioritize the welfare and safety of both our clients and our animal partners. Our licensed therapists have extensive training and experience in AAP, ensuring the highest quality of care. We follow ethical guidelines and best practices to ensure a responsible and professional approach to AAP.

How Does AAP Benefit Individuals?

AAP creates a safe and supportive environment, allowing clients to open up, express their emotions, and build trust.

Interactions with animals can improve overall mood, increase happiness, and provide a sense of comfort.

Research has shown that AAP can lower blood pressure and reduce anxiety, contributing to improved mental and emotional well-being.


Who Can Benefit from AAP?

AAP is beneficial for individuals facing various mental health conditions, including but not limited to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and anxiety. Our AAP sessions are tailored to address the unique needs of each client, providing them with a personalized therapeutic experience.

Project information

  • Category Workshop
  • Client Open to all
  • Project date 01 March, 2020