2. What are Canine-Assisted Interventions?
3. What Makes a Strong and Effective Canine-Assisted Intervention Team?
4. Safeguarding the Welfare of Clients and Therapy Dogs
5. Best Practices in Canine-Assisted Intervention Team Training
6. Canine-Assisted Counseling: Preparing Teams for Clinical Work
7. Canine-Assisted Intervention Team Assessment
8. Assessment Consideration for Specialized Contexts
9. Credentialing, Re-credentialing, and Retirement
10. Future Directions in Canine-Assisted Interventions Appendices
John-Tyler Binfet, PhD, is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia, where he is the director of the Building Academic Retention through K9s program (B.A.R.K.; barkubc.ca). Elizabeth Kjellstrand Hartwig, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT, RPT-S, is an associate professor in the Professional Counseling Program at Texas State University. She is the founder and director of the Texas State University Animal-Assisted Counseling Academy (aac-academy.clas.txstate.edu).