An Exploration of Facility-Canine Assisted Therapy
The purpose of this study was to explore how facility-canine assistant therapy (FCAT) programs are being used in pediatric hospitals across the country, and to understand the experiences of CCLS' who are also FCAT handlers.
Demonstrate an understanding of facility-canine assistant therapy (FCAT) programs.
Identify the research study design and analyses used for this study.
Verbalize the responsibilities and challenges of a CCLS who is also a FCAT handler.
Ph.D., CCLS, CFLE
Brittany Wittenberg is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Louisiana State University and a Certified Child Life Specialist. Brittany completed her PhD, MA, and BS in Human Development and Family Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. From 2009–2016, Brittany practiced as a child life specialist in the Surgical Services Department at Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas in Austin, Texas.
Bailey Barnett Wetzel
Co-presenting with An Exploration of Facility-Canine Assisted Therapy
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