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Proving the Point: Integrating Research into Equine Assisted Therapy Programs

Proving the Point: Integrating Research into Equine Assisted Therapy Programs
) Course description/summary As evidence-based practice becomes increasingly important for the sustainability of EAA/T programs, there is a growing need for supporting high quality research and program evaluation. This webinar will discuss some of the practical considerations to conducting research within your EAA/T program. We will highlight different types of EAA/T research and discuss models for collaborating with academic research institutions. We will discuss approaches to addressing some of the challenges to integrating research into existing programs, as well as provide strategies for successful implementation of outcomes assessment. Special considerations related to research with at-risk populations will be discussed. 2) Duration of course 2 hours - webinar 3) Learning objectives • Understand the benefits of research/outcomes assessment for EAA/T program • Identify the basic types of research that can be implemented in EAA/T program • Understand common challenges to research-practice integration, and strategies for overcoming these challenges 4) Speaker/Presenter bio(s) Megan Kiely Mueller, Ph.D.: Dr. Megan Mueller is a research assistant professor at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, and Associate Director of the Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction, and a faculty fellow in the Center for Animals and Public Policy. Dr. Mueller holds a B.A. in psychology, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in child study and human development from Tufts University. Her research focuses on the role of human-animal relationships in promoting human and animal health and well-being. Dr. Mueller and Dr. McCullough have collaborated on research assessing the effectiveness of equine-facilitated psychotherapy for youth with post-traumatic stress disorder. Leslie McCullough, Ph.D., MSSW, LCSW:
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