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Panser avec les animaux
Que peut bien faire un chien dans une chambre d'hôpital ? Pourquoi fait-on monter un enfant handicapé à cheval ? Qu'est-ce que la thérapie assistée par l'animal ? Depuis plusieurs années, certains espaces de soin se peuplent d'animaux, qui y sont mobilisés comme supports affectifs, instruments de prise en charge ou d'accompagnement, médiateurs... Le développement de ces formes de soin éclaire les évolutions récentes des rapports entre humains et animaux dans les sociétés occidentales. Dans ces pratiques, l'animal est en effet considéré comme une personne et, à ce titre, il fait l'objet d'une grande bienveillance. Le soin avec animal témoigne ainsi des nouvelles modalités relationnelles que beaucoup souhaitent aujourd'hui partager avec certains animaux. En se mettant au service d'un projet humaniste (améliorer la santé humaine), le soin par le contact animalier rend ces types de relations socialement légitimes. Pourtant, il n'est pas simple de revaloriser ainsi l'attachement aux animaux. Convoquant les apports de la sociologie pragmatique et de l'anthropologie symétrique, ce livre propose une exploration des univers sociaux qui gravitent autour de ces activités. Il montre comment s'est construite une connaissance scientifique sur les interactions avec l'animal à but thérapeutique ; il décrit les réseaux d'acteurs (vétérinaires, militants, industriels de l'alimentation pour animaux de compagnie, journalistes, médecins, infirmières, etc.) qui ont fait émerger ces savoirs et ces pratiques ; il raconte les séances de soin et les pratiques in situ, par une approche ethnographique. Au terme de ce parcours, on pourra mesurer l'énergie qu'il faut déployer pour faire évoluer les rôles traditionnellement attribués aux animaux. À la croisée de la sociologie des sciences, de la sociologie de la santé, des professions, et des théories du care, l'auteur met en œuvre une sociologie non réductionniste des relations humains/animaux.
Animal assisted Interventions for Individuals with Autism
This book looks at how therapies involving animals can be used to help individuals with autism to develop skills and improve quality of life. Pavlides relates the success stories of different animal-assisted interventions. She emphasizes the importance of tailoring interventions to the specific needs of the individual and monitoring progress.
Pets and the Elderly
Here is an excellent “how-to” guide for initiating pet-facilitated therapy programs with the elderly. Pets and the Elderly is a practical book that explains how to implement carefully planned programs in residential and nursing homes and in geriatric and psychiatric hospitals, with pets in residence or as visitors. The authors review past research, building a strong case for the therapeutic use of pets in the rehabilitation of older persons. They also share innovative program suggestions, testimonials from participants of successful programs, a comprehensive questionnaire for program evaluation, and the advantages and disadvantages of using various pets, highlighting their therapeutic potential, the training and care required, and much more!
Looks at individual dogs who have supported their owners through health crises and presents current research findings to support the anecdotal evidence of the healing power of dogs.
Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling
The third edition of Animal-Assisted Therapy in Counseling is the most comprehensive book available dedicated to training mental health practitioners in the performance of animal assisted therapy in counseling (AAT-C). New to this edition is discussion of the human-animal relational theory, a new theory dedicated to the practice of AAT-C. This edition also has added applications for supervision and includes the most recent research and practice. Consistent with previous editions, a variety of animal-assisted interventions are described with case examples provided in a variety of settings with different types of animals. This unique resource is an indispensable guide for any counselor or psychotherapist looking to develop and implement AAT techniques in practice.
Speaking of Equality
Aristotle noted that "equality" is the plea not of those who are satisfied but of those who seek change, and the word has long been invoked in the name of social reform. It retains its force because arguments for equality put arguments for inequality on the defensive. But why is "equality" laudatory and "inequality" pejorative? In this first book-length analysis of the rhetorical force of equality arguments, Peter Westen argues that they derive their persuasiveness largely from the kind of word that "equality" is, rather than from the values it incorporates. By focusing on ordinary language and using commonplace examples from law and morals, Westen argues that equality is a single concept that lends itself to a multiplicity of conceptions by virtue of its capacity to incorporate diverse standards of comparison by reference. Equality arguments draw rhetorical force in part from their tendency to mask the standards of comparison on which they are based, and in so doing to confound fact with value, premises with conclusions, and uncontested with contested norms. Originally published in 1990. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Pet oriented Child Psychotherapy
Boris Levinson was the first professionally trained clinician to formally introduce and document the way that companion animals could hasten the development of a rapport between therapist and patient, thereby increasing the likelihood of patient motivation. The original edition of this fascinating book was the first work to document "pet-oriented psychotherapy." That text is reproduced here in its original form; furthermore, in order to update and revise the text, footnotes have been added to identify and highlight research and practices which have occurred since the book was first published in 1969. Also, a list of resources now appears in the appendix. This classic work has universal appeal, from human service practitioners, health and mental health practitioners, to educators in social work, psychology, nursing, veterinary medicine and counseling.
Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns
Getting a public relations campaign or programme off the ground can seem overwhelming. Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns provides a blueprint for all practitioners. Practical and easy to read, the book presents a 12-point plan for ensuring success of campaigns of all sizes, covering many vital areas including the role of public relations in organizations, the importance of context, research and analysis, setting objectives, strategy and tactics, timescales and resources, evaluation and review. Supported by online resources, including best practice case studies, Planning and Managing Public Relations Campaigns is widely regarded as one of the best 'how-to' guides for students and practitioners. This fully updated fourth edition features new developments in public relations, including social media, along with new case studies including WRAP's Love Food, Hate Waste campaign; The Sleep Pod Hotel Media Tour; McArthur River Mining; AkzoNobel's Corporate Revolution; the UK Department of Culture, Media & Sport's First World War Centenary Commemorations; and Lanson's campaign for unbiased.co.uk. About the PR in Practice series: Published in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the PR in Practice series consists of accessible, practical introductions to day-to-day public relations practice and management issues. The series' action-oriented approach keeps practitioners' knowledge and skills up to date.
Pets and Mental Health
This fascinating new book addresses the most recent research and provocative findings on the use of pets in mental health therapy. The historical basis of using pets in therapy is reviewed, and numerous examples are provided of results incurred from prescribing pets to disabled, lonely, incarcerated, and institutionalized individuals. The author provides convincing evidence of the therapeutic value of animals in making us happier, healthier, and more sociable. Although the terms human-animal bond and pet-facilitated therapy are relative newcomers to the scientific literature, the concepts they encompass have been with us for centuries. BACKCOVER COPY Research has shown that animals can promote humor, laughter, play, and a sense of importance in people. This fascinating book explores the provocative findings on the use of pets in mental health therapy. Although the terms human-animal bond and pet-facilitated therapy are relative newcomers to the scientific literature, the concepts they encompass have been with us for centuries. The historical basis of using pets in therapy is reviewed, and numerous examples show the astonishing results of prescribing pets to disabled, lonely, incarcerated, and institutionalized individuals. Odean Cusack, animal lover and writer, provides convincing evidence of the therapeutic value that animals have in making us happier, healthier, and more sociable.