A National survey for practitioners that work with animals in their practices
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As someone who may work with animals in your professional practice, we warmly invite you to participate in a survey developed for The Canadian Foundation for Animal-Assisted Support Services (CFAS; https://www.cf4aass.org/). The survey has been developed through a partnership with CFAS, The King’s University Psychology department, and Dreamcatcher Nature Assisted Therapy
(https://www.dreamcatcherassociation.com/). The purpose of this survey is to obtain clear data about how Animal-Assisted Services (AAS) are practiced in Canada, and to consult practitioners to determine the level of interest in working collaboratively to enhance the accessibility, credibility, and sustainability of AAS across Canada.
We would greatly value your input. Participation is voluntary and anonymous; the survey should take about 30 minutes of your time. We also encourage you to pass the link along to other practitioners that may find this opportunity of interest. Thank you for your consideration. Please feel free to contact Dr. Heather Looy, Professor of Psychology at The King’s University, who is the study supervisor (email@example.com) if you have any questions about the survey. To stay in touch with the Foundation to receive updates please complete the subscribe form to the right. To get started please click here, or if you prefer, copy and paste the following link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CFASsurvey into your browser.