We are an international institution with many years experience Working in Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT )
We work with children’s from 6 month old to Adults Peoples with any Pathology such as
– Mental Disabilities
Mental Illness )
– Alzheimer’s Disease
– Anxiety Disorder
– Bipolar Disorder
– Learning Disabilities
– Memory Loss
– Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
& much more
– Visual Impairment
– Hearing Loss
Cerebral Palsy (CP)
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Muscular Dystrophy (MD)
And much more
Socio-economic needs or conditions,
Family Preservation, mediation & Reunification
Geriatric Rehabilitation Homes etc
Substance Abuse / Addictions
I have worked for many years in Argentina, Israel and Canada .
Working In different s Countries helped me get the best skills , gave me the best tools & good Professional training .
Today I am so Happy Helping Adults , children’s and Families s lead a better lifestyle , integration & happiness !!
We are so happy to be part of your LIFE!!
I Have many year experience working as a rehabilitation Counselor in the Zorroka Hospital in Israel and Neved MItbar rehabilitation Home(ISrael) and Clinic of Cuidados Continuos in Argentina , Dance Therapist with adult with mental illness and children with disabilities ( Israel ) , Social Integration , early childhood & Animal Assisted Therapy Israel – Canada .
Because My Experience I see the benefits of The AAT and his therapeutic effects of human-animal relationships , These can be related to changes in physical health as well. An initial study conducted by Friedmann et al. (1980) on coronary heart disease patients suggested that pet owners lived longer than people who did not own pets. They believed this occurred for several reasons. First, owning an animal demands a lot of work and a regular routine. This sense of responsibility can be beneficial for individuals who are retired and do not have any kind of scheduled activity for the day. Second, pets can provide full love and attention unconditionally, unlike humans that often bring negative emotions to a relationship. Humans also demand speech in interactions, while communication with pets can often occur without a spoken word. Finally, maintaining one’s attention on a fish or an animal playing can have a relaxing effect in the same way as holding attention in mediation. Overall, there is a sense of companionship and stress-relief in pet ownership. The results from this research and the theories it provided then provided the basis for several other studies . .
In 1988, a study conducted by Julia K. Vormbrock and John M. Grossberg reviewed the physiological effects of petting and talking to dogs. The patients were first selected for positive or neutral opinions of dogs. The researchers discovered that blood pressure was lowest while petting the dogs, slightly higher when talking to the dogs, and highest when speaking with the experimenter. This reduction in blood pressure is important news for individuals with hypertension, and this simple alternative to medicine could be helpful for patients.
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