Contributor biographical information for Equine-assisted therapy and learning with at-risk young people / Hannah Louise Burgon, Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship CIC, UK.
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Hannah Burgon is a lifelong horsewoman with a PhD on equine-assisted learning/therapy. She is also a qualified social worker and previously worked in youth homelessness and foster care. Hannah is founder and co-director of Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship CIC (www.sironacic.com) and has published a number of papers on the benefits of interaction with horses.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Horses -- Therapeutic use -- Great Britain.
Horsemanship -- Therapeutic use -- Great Britain.
Problem youth -- Services for -- Great Britain.
Animals -- Therapeutic use.
Equine-Assisted Therapy -- methods -- Great Britain.
Adolescent -- Great Britain.
Bonding, Human-Pet -- Great Britain.
Horses -- Great Britain.
Mental Disorders -- therapy -- Great Britain.
Animals -- Therapeutic use. -- fast
Horsemanship -- Therapeutic use. -- fast
Horses -- Therapeutic use. -- fast
Human-animal relationships. -- fast
Problem youth -- Services for. -- fast
Great Britain. -- fast