Open Source Knowledge Portal – Equine Assisted Interventions for Mental Health
Since 2010, we have been collecting research, studies and articles on equine assisted therapy for mental health. This EAI Repository is the result of our efforts to comb the world for evidence that equine assisted interventions do work on a variety of issues. In the Research Studies section alone, there are close to 1000 titles from around the world; 45% of these are peer-reviewed.
Usage of this site is on an honor system. We are at the beginning of 2017, so please, anyone using this site is asked to contribute a minimum of $20.00 for the year. To keep this information up to date is a huge job and we offer it open source but we do need your support. The Please Contribute tab below takes you to PayPal where you can safety and securely donate. If you do not have a Paypal account, please send an email to email@example.com and an alternate method of payment will be provided.
So please adhere to the honor system and contribute one a year. Elise
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Latest News April 12, 2017 Finally got our hands on #644. A title that we discovered in 2010 but were unable to find to upload. THE EFFECTS OF EQUINE-ASSISTED THERAPY IN IMPROVING THE PSYCHO-SOCIAL FUNCTIONING OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM. Haris Memisevic
We are adding another 10 studies today and have another 200 from 2016 and 2017 to upload. Only 11 out of the more than 4000 users have contributed in 2017. We do hope our repository helps validate the value of your programs but without your support and appreciation, we cannot keep this repository up to date. Please contribute today. Elise Rothman
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