Locations: Barcelona - MadridHours: Madrid: SD | Barcelona: VS
Qualification: Master in Assisted Therapy with Animals issued by ISEPMaster's Degree in Animal TherapyThe day to day work with people in the field of health, as in education or social, requires new resources and constant renewal. That is why Assisted Therapy with Animals comes as part of an intervention in which the animal is a fundamental part of it, becoming a support for treatments, a facilitator of therapeutic processes and a centre of interest that will help us contribute to the overall development of the person.
As Animal Assisted Interventions have evolved (encompassing both therapies and education), they have increasingly required training with a high degree of specialization, such as the Master in Animal Assisted Therapy is pioneering due to its interdisciplinary nature. . It has the best teachers in the sector and is based on a methodology that is based on the combination of practical learning and theoretical knowledge. It is also aimed at obtaining results within a comprehensive training framework, encompassing all aspects that affect the practice of animal-assisted interventions.
Master's Programme in Animal Assisted TherapyBlock 1: Introduction to animal assisted interventions (IAA)Module 1: Introduction to Animal Assisted Interventions (IAA).Block 2: Therapy animals and animal welfareModule 2: Behavior, learning and animal welfare.
Module 3: The horse as an IAA animal. Design of Horse Assisted Interventions (IAC) sessions.
Module 4: The dog as an IAA animal. Design of sessions for Dog Assisted Interventions (IAP).Block 3: Technician in assisted intervention with dogsModule 5: Technician in dog-assisted interventions.Block 3: Applications of horse-assisted interventionsModule 6: Horse-assisted interventions in biopsychosocial intervention.
Module 7: Assisted interventions with horses in functional diversity.Block 4: Applications of dog-assisted interventionsModule 8: Assisted interventions with dogs in geriatrics.
Module 9: Assisted interventions with dogs in social intervention.
Module 10: Assisted interventions with dogs in functional diversity: DI, sensory disability, physical disability (physiotherapy-psychomotor skills), mental disability, ASD, neurological damage.
Module 11: Assisted interventions with dogs in the health field.
Module 12: Assisted interventions with dogs in educational centers.
Module 13: Assisted interventions with dogs in individual and home care.
Module 14: Research in PAR.
Module 15: ISEP Lead
Module 16: Practices
Module 17: Final Master's Thesis.Director - Master in Animal TherapyJavier Vallejo. Social educator. Expert and technician in Animal Assisted Interventions. Coordinator of social projects of the Asociación Animal Nature. Instructor of Dogs of Therapy and Assistance.Competences of the Master in Assisted Therapy with AnimalsYou will detect a reality susceptible to working with animals.
You will define which animal is suitable for each intervention.
Determine the objectives of intervention.
You will create evaluation registration mechanisms that allow objectively assess the fulfillment of objectives.
You will design a program of activities according to the objectives, space, professionals and resources.
Coordinate and manage animal-assisted intervention programs.
You will enhance the skills of the professional in the assisted intervention with animals.
You will know the different realities susceptible of an assisted intervention with animals to the professional.
You will acquire coping tools for contingencies and conflicts that arise in the sessions of the assisted intervention with animals.Recipients of the Master in Assisted Therapy with AnimalsGraduates and graduates in specialties within the field of health, education or social, as well as psychologists, educators, teachers, pedagogues, psychopedagogues, insertion technicians and health professionals such as medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy , neuropsychology and social work.You work - Master in Animal TherapyYou will work with children, adolescents and adults with different types of physical, intellectual, sensory disabilities ..., the elderly with or without disabilities, minors at social risk, drug addiction, women victims of gender violence, students in educational centers, people with different psychological problems or psychiatric, people admitted for some type of illness, people admitted to prison, people with speech therapy problems ...
The intervention centers that may require a professional of assisted intervention with animals are public, private and arranged educational centers, libraries, residences for the elderly, disability day centers, sheltered apartments, reception centers, reform centers for minors, social and cultural centers, open spaces for street education, prisons, cabinets of speech therapy, psycho-pedagogy, psychology, associations and foundations of disability, early care centers, etc.