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Dog Assisted Learning

Animal Assisted Learning

The focus of AAL is on education and learning specific skills as defined by the individual or group, such as defining company goals, leadership skills for a school group, managing vicarious trauma or compassion fatigue, coping with change, or increasing team communication to name a few.


These sessions are tailored to meet your team's unique goals.

Animal-assisted learning boasts many proven benefits, including:

  • Reduce anxieties.

  • Help to develop social skills.

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Aiding attainment in literacy

  • Talking therapies

  • Emotional regulation

  • Improving negative behaviour

  • Boosting self-esteem and confidence

University Interventions

Students can be faced with overwhelming pressures financially and socially whilst at the same time trying to study and transition into adulthood. Assisted Learning can bring well-being benefits to your students and staff.

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