Spring is a wonderful season for restarting the cycle of life after the bitter cold of winter. Excitement abound with activity in nature and this infectious enthusiasm has everybody waking up to a glorious time… including yours truly. Time for new beginnings!
In celebration of Occupational Therapy Month, I will be posting several reading short lists and writing articles on various topics about the profession of occupational therapy. And with no delay, let me start with this article from PsychCentral written by Claire Dorotnik.
By Claire Dorotik, LMFT
For those of you who are interested in the emerging field of equine therapy, finding pertinent resources can sometimes be challenging. While there are many books written on horses and people, and many more written on just horses themselves, they may not entirely explain what equine therapy is, or how it can be used.
In order to address this need, I have compiled an exhaustive reading list. The list is as follows:
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