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ספרות הקשורה ישירות לטיפול רגשי הנעזר בבעלי חיים

Anderson, D., Urichuk, L., Imbealut, S., Husereau, S. & Nield, A. (2003) Final Project Team Repot For: The CHIMO Project – Improving Mental Health Though Animal-Assisted Therapy. Alberta, Canada. http://www.angelfire.com/mh/chimo/reports_new.html

Bachi,K., Terkel, J. & Teichman, M. (2008). Equine-facilitated psychotherapy for at-risk adolescents: The influence on self-image, control and trust. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Barak, Y., Savorai, O., Mavashev, S., & Beni, A. (2001). Animal-assisted therapy for elderly schizophrenic patients. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 9, 439-422.

Bowers, M.J., & MacDonald, P.M. (2001). The effectiveness Equine-facilitated Psychotherapy with at risk adolescents: A pilot study. Journal of Psychology and behavioral sciences, 15, 62-76.

Brooks, S.M. (2006). Animal assisted psychotherapy and equine facilitated psychotherapy with traumatized children in child welfare settings. In: N.B. Webb (Ed.), Helping traumatized youth in child welfare: Perspectives of mental health and children’s services practitioners. Guilford press, ISBN: 1-59385-224-X

Chandler, C. K. (2005). Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling. Routledge

Fine, A. (ed.) (2000) Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice. San Diego,CA: Academic Press.

Fine, A. (ed.) (2006) Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice(2nd ed.). San Diego,CA: Academic Press.

DePauw, K. P. (2000). The Review of Research in Therapeutic Riding. In: Engel, B. T. (Ed.). Therapeutic Riding 2, Strategies for Rehabilitation. Durango: Barbara Engel Therapy Services

Hanselman J.L. (2001) Coping Skills Interventions with Adolescents in Anger Management Using Animals in Therapy Journal of Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, 11(4),159-195.

Levinson, B. & Mallon, G. (1997). Pet-oriented psychotherapy (rev. 2nd ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd.

Martin, Francois and Jennifer Farnum. (2002). Animal-assisted therapy for children with pervasive developmental disorders. Western Journal of Nursing Research. 24(6):657-670.

Nathans-Barel, I., Feldman, P., Berger, B., Modai, I., & Silver H. (2005). Animal-assisted therapy ameliorates anhedonia in schizophrenia patients: A controlled pilot study. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 74, 31-35.

Parish-Plass, N. (2008). Animal-Assisted Therapy with Children Suffering from Insecure Attachment Due to Abuse and Neglect: A Method to Lower the Risk of Intergenerational Transmission of Abuse? Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 13 (1), 7-30.

Redefer, Laurel A; Goodman, Joan F. Pet-facilitated with autistic children. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders. 1989, 19(3):461-467

Scheidhacker, M. (2000). Therapeutic Horseback Riding within Psychiatry. In: Engel, B. T. (Ed.). (2000). Therapeutic Riding 2, Strategies For Rehabilitation. Durango: Barbara Engel Therapy Services.

Thompson, M., Mustaine, B. & Weaver, A. (2008). Effects of a trained therapy dog in child centered play therapy on children with anxiety disorders. Unpublished doctoral dissertation (Thompson). Argosy U, Sarasota, FL.

Thompson, M.J. (2009). Animal-Assisted Play Therapy: Canines as Co-Therapists. Paper based on a program presented at the 2009 American Counseling Association Annual Conference and Exposition

March 19-23, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Vanfleet, R. (2008). Play Therapy with Kids and Canines: Benefits for Children's Developmental and Psychosocial Health. Professional Resource Press:Sarasota, FL.

Vanfleet, R. & M. J. Thompson (2008). The power of cross-species play: Canine-assisted play therapy. International Society for Anthrozoology poster session – Focus on theory, research and practice.

Vidrine, M., Owen-Smith, P., & Faulkner, P. (2002). Equine-facilitated Group Psychotherapy: applications for therapeutic vaulting. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 23,587-603.

בקי קרן, יוסי טרקל ומאיר טייכמן (2007).הטיפול ברכיבה בנוער בסיכון החי בפנימייה והשפעתו על דימוי עצמי, שליטה עצמית ואמון. מפגש לעבודה חינוכית סוציאלית, 26 (137-154).

בקי, קרן. (2007) טיפול ברכיבה בשתי אוכלוסיות: נוער בסיכון ומכורים לסמים. (Unpublished Manuscript).

גילשטרום, רחל (2003) חיות מיוחדות לאוכלוסיות מיוחדות (טיפול בעזרת בעלי-חיים במגוון אוכלוסיות מיוחדות), קרית ביאליק: אח.

מעיין, אפרת. (2005). פנים-וחוץ בטיפול בעזרת בעלי חיים: המפגש בין המציאות הפנימית למציאות החיצונית בפינת החי. חיות וחברה, 27, 57-66.

מעיין, אפרת. (2006). המסע בין נאקה לאתון בחיפוש אחר הצד המיטיב של האם הגדולה: היבטים ארכיטיפליים במפגש הטיפולי בעזרת בעלי חיים. חיות וחברה, 31, 8-19.

פירני, עמיר וליאת שני (2003). הטיפול בעזרת בעלי חיים: כלי טיפולי חדשני ב"מרחב הפוטנציאלי" של מכורים לסמים. מקבץ – כתב עת הישראלי לטיפול קבוצתי. 8(1), 9-23.

פריש-פלס, נ. (2009). טיפול בעזרת בעלי חיים לילדים הסובלים מהתקשרות לא- בטוחה כתוצאה מהתעללות או הזנחה: גישת טיפול להפחתת הסיכון להעברה הבין-דורית של דפוס ההתעללות. חיות וחברה, 38, 13-30.
 

יש עוד הרבה מאמרים מעניינם וחשובים באלון של חיות וחברה. חשוב לערוך חיפוש באתר של חיות וחברה: http://animalsoc.tau.ac.il/magazine/index.asp

תזות בנושא של טיפול רגשי הנעזר בבע"ח ובנושאים קשורים

B23 בקי, קרן. השפעת טיפול ברכיבה על ממדים של דימוי עצמי, שליטה עצמית ואמון בקרב בני נוער בפנימייה טיפולית /על ידי קרן בקי. תל-אביב : חמו"ל, 2005.

Heindl, B.-A., (1996). The effectiveness of pet therapy as an intervention in a community-based children's day treatment program. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 57 (4 A): 1501.

Lieber, J. S. (2003. Animal-assisted therapy for elementary students with emotional or behavioral disorders. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 63 (7 A): 2505.

Mcvarish, C. A. (1995). The effects of pet-facilitated therapy depressed institutionalized inpatients. Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol 55 (7 B): 3019.

Drawe, Heather L. (2001). An animal-assisted therapy program for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: The Science & Engineering. 61(11-B):6130

Hayden, A.J. An Exploration of the Experiences of Adolescents Who Participated in Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy: A Resiliency Perspective. PhD Thesis, Department of Psychology, Alliant International University, 2005.

Reimer D.F. (1999) Pet-facilitated therapy: An initial exploration of the thinking and theory behind an innovative intervention for children in psychotherapy. Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: The Science & Engineering. :60(5-B):2363.

Thompson, M., Mustaine, B., & Weaver, A. (2008). Effects of a trained therapy dog in child centered play therapy on children with anxiety disorders. Unpublished doctoral dissertation (Thompson), Argosy U, Sarasota, FL.

Soutar-Freeman, B. (2003). Animal-assisted therapy program for children identified with behavioral problems. Dissertation Abstracts International Section B: The Science & Engineering. 63(11-B).

  

Author

Year

Pub. #

University

Subject

Main Topic

Rooney, Nicola Jane

1999

not avail UMI

U Southhampton

dog play and effects   on dog human relationships

PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIORAL  

Pearson, Valerie

1994

9518348

CA School of Prof   Psych

dog petting effect on   HR and BP in humans

PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIORAL  

Iannone, Virginia

2003

3084421

Catholic U of America

Therapeutic riding:   Emotionally disturbed adolescents

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Dhooper, Manjot Kaur

2003

3100580

U South Dakota

AAT: therapy dog and   group anxiety management training

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINCAL

Paskowitz, Dana Simon

2003

3088940

Alliant International   U, SFBay

Human-canine   interactions, pre-surgical anxiety children

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Turner, Susan

20

3062

New School for Social   Research

AAT: modification of   behavior in developmentally disabled persons

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

LaJoie, Kathleen Ray

2003

3077675

Spalding U

Evaluation of   effectiveness of using animals in therapy

PSYCHOLOGY,
  CLINICAL

Olex, Nancy Ellen

2003

3052681

Mass. School Prof.

Psychology Therapists'   perceptions of role of animals promoting client empathy

PSYCHOLOGY,
  CLINICAL

Crowley-Robinson, P

1995

not avail UMI

U Queensland

AAT in nursing home

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Dickstein, Sheryl L

1997

9814034 NA/UMI

Hofstra U

dog presence effects   anxiety and rapport

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Weber, Claudia V

1998

9901422

Utah State U

pet abuse and domestic   violence

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Karol, Jane

1999

9950473

Antioch U

AAT therapeutic riding   theory

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Dashnaw Stiles, Lisa

2001

3014937

United States   International U

Animal-Assisted   Therapy with children and elderly

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Johnson, Catherine

2001

3016187

The Union Institute

relationship with pets   and child abuse survivors

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Cieslak, Elizabeth

2001

3012481

U Wisconsin Madison

Animal-Assisted   Therapy and young adults

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Greenwald, Alisa

2001

3005664

Pace U

therapeutic   horsemanship and emotionally disturbed boys

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Nelson, Pauline

2002

3045271

Wright Institute

Psychologist   attitudes, clinical experience with animal abuse

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

 

Pepper, Tory Deborah

2000

9967739

CA School of Prof   Psych

AAT and mood in HIV   positive/AIDS patients

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Monaco, Margaret

1985

8600017

U Tennessee

h/a bond benefits to   psych inpatient

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Hagmann, Catherine S

1997

9840302

U Tenn

AAT assisted living   anxiety depression

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Reed, Mark

1986

8704720

W Conservative Bapt   Sem

h/a interaction   nursing home re: loneliness & depression

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Andrews, Sandra Lee

1992

9300388

Texas A&M

Inventory of Pet Attachment  

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Drawe, Heather l

2001

9996963

Spalding U

AAT program for   children and adolescents with problems

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Odendaal, Johannes S

1999

not avail UMI

U Pretoria

dog human   relationships physiological effects

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Zulauf, Jonette B

1987

8807241

U Montana

AAT effectiveness on   institutionalized elderly

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Struckus, Joseph

1989

9011804

U Mass

AAT elderly,   depression

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

McVarish, Christine A

1994

9431403

CA School Prof   Psychology

AAT - depression in   institutionalized patients

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Turi, Linda L

1994

9509480

Fairleigh Dickinson U

AAT child'   attributions about adult using AAT

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Reimer, Dina Fentin

1999

9930448

MA School of Prof   Psych

AAT interview with   practitioners

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Lacoff, Stefanie

2000

9975620

Miami Inst Psych

Levinson, Boris   historical biography

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Bennett, Jennifer

2000

9983989

John F Kennedy U

pets as support for   children of divorcing parents

PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL

Emory, Dianna K

1992

9227979

U Maine

AAT riding effects on   asocial adolescents

PSYCHOLOGY,   DEVELOPMENTAL

Nebbe, Linda Jean

1997

9725445

Iowa State U

h/a bond in history of   adults abused as children

PSYCHOLOGY,   DEVELOPMENTAL

Reynolds, Theresa E

1999

9935416

U Sarasota

pet death grief   culture gender in adolescents

PSYCHOLOGY,   DEVELOPMENTAL

Kelly, Theresa

2001

3025097

U of Northern Colorado  

pet facilitated therapy   in an outpatient setting

PSYCHOLOGY,   EXPERIMENTAL

King-Ferro, Debra Anne  

1993

9421712

Syracuse U

pets and family   violence

PSYCHOLOGY, GENERAL

Taggart, Lee Ann P

1996

9709063

U Tennessee

pet attachment factors   related to mental health

PSYCHOLOGY,   PERSONALITY

Drescher, Vincent M

1982

8314630

U Louisville

physical contact   effects on human and dogs

PSYCHOLOGY,   PHYSIOLOGICAL

Holt, Margaret L

1995

9541579

U San Francisco

dog's effect/   hypertensive in marital dialog

PSYCHOLOGY,   PHYSIOLOGICAL

Locker, Barbra Zuck

1986

8614335

New York U

dog presence of effect   on stress in Type A, B persons

PSYCHOLOGY,   PSYCHOBIOLOGY

Brickel, Clark M

1985

NA/ Diss Exp

U Southern CA

animals' influence on   social perception

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL

Andrysco, Robert M

1982

8214068

Ohio State

AAT elderly therapy

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL

Schenk, Suzanne

1992

9310565

CA Sch Prof Psych

pets - correlates of   adolescents, attitudes toward

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL

Bierer, Robert E

2000

9993506

U New Mexico

pet bonding,   self-esteem, empathy in preadolescents

PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL

 

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