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Janet M Hoy-Gerlach
Sabbatical leave, Fall 18-Spring19
School of Social Justice
Health and Human Services
Exploring Benefits of Emotional Support Animals (ESAs): A Longitudinal Pilot Study
Human Animal Interaction Bulletin
(Non-human) animal companionship: A crucial support for people during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Animal (Non-human) Companionship for Adults Aging in Place during COVID-19: A Critical Support, a Source of Concern and Potential for Social Work Responses
Journal of Gerontological Social Work
Emotional Support Animals in the United States: Emergent guidelines for mental health clinicians.
Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health
Rediscovering connections between animal welfare and human welfare
Journal of Social Work
The role of veterinarians in assisting clients identify and care for emotional support animals.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association;
Motivational Interviewing and the Transtheoretical Model of Change: Under-Explored Resources for Suicide Intervention
Community Mental Health Journal
Trauma symptoms, recovery, and participation in the Wellness Management and Recovery (WMR) program
American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Human-Animal Interaction: A Social Work Guide
. NASW Press (National Association of Social Work/NASW is the largest professional social work organization in the U.S.).
Conversing for Consensus: Emotional Support Animals
Improving Safety Planning for Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence Who Have Companion Animals
Creature Comforts: Human-Animal Interactions for a Brighter Future in Mental Health
Hot Topics: Therapeutic Roles of Animals
Models for Accommodating Companion Animals of Individuals who are Homeless.
The Hope and Recovery Pet (HARP) Program: A Case Study in One Health Interventions.
Human-Animal Interactions: Implications for Wellness and Social Work Education
Sage Advice: Differentiating and Responding to Client Perspectives on End-of-Life Decisions for Companion Animals
Creative Use of the Arts in Social Work Education and Practice.
Trauma Symptom Reduction Following Participation in Wellness Management and Recovery Program
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