“Animals support mental well-being” says Prairie Conlon, host of new Mental Health News Radio Network podcast The Animal Effect
New Mental Health News Radio Network podcast The Animal Effect shines a light on animal-assisted therapy and its role in a holistic approach to mental well-being.
Each episode shares cutting-edge information about the world of animal-assisted therapy, catering specifically to animal and nature lovers and to anyone interested in new and alternative approaches to mental and emotional health.
Host Prairie Conlon is a licensed mental health professional with a master’s degree in mental health counseling and a postgraduate degree in military behavioral health counseling. In addition, she is certified as an equine-assisted psychotherapist and an Accelerated Resolution Therapist. She is a trainer, consultant, and the Clinical Director of Therapetic.
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