Open Source Knowledge Portal – Equine Assisted Interventions for Mental Health
This is a repository of research and other information on equine assisted interventions for mental health. In the Research Studies section alone, there are nearly 900 titles from around the world; 45% of these are peer-reviewed.
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Latest News New VERY GOOD peer-reviewed study with significant results by Ann Kern-Godal. Substance use disorder treatment retention and completion: a prospective study of horse-assisted therapy (HAT) for young adults. #903. Also interesting white paper from the UK on violent juvenile offenders by Ann Hemingway et Als #906
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