Equine therapy & Animal assisted interventions

C. Dell. Sociology and the human animal bond. Reading Sociology. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.

Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett. (2015). Calder Centre, Residential Addictions Treatment, St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program. University of Saskatchewan: Saskatoon. pp. 1-6.

Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett. (2015). Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan (MACSI), St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program. University of Saskatchewan: Saskatoon. pp. 1-6.

Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett. (2015). Pet Therapy Program, Child and Youth Mental Health & Addictions. University of Saskatchewan: Saskatoon. pp. 1-5.

C. Dell▪, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett, B. Rohr, C. Nickel, L. Campbell, R. Hanoski, J. Haguerud, A. Husband, C. Stephenson, M. Brydges. 2015. “PAWSing student stress: A pilot study of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program on three Canadian campuses”. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Dell▪ & N. Poole. (2015). “Taking a PAWS to Reflect on how the Work of a Therapy Dog Supports a Trauma-Informed Approach to Offender Health “. Journal of Forensic Nursing. DOI: 10.1097/JFN.0000000000000074
3 minute video abstract available at: http://links.lww.com/JFN/A16

D. Chalmers▪ & C. Dell. 2015. “Applying One Health to the Study of Animal Assisted Interventions”. EcoHealth Journal. PMID:26063040

C. Adams, C. Arratoon, J. Boucher, G. Cartier, D. Chalmers, C. Dell▪, D. Dell, D. Dryka, R. Duncan, K. Dunn, C. Hopkins, L. Longclaws, T. MacKinnon, E. Sauve, S. Spence, M. Wuttunee. 2015. “The Helping Horse: How Equine Assisted Learning Contributes to the Wellbeing of First Nations Youth in Treatment for Volatile Substance Misuse”. Human Animal Interaction Bulletin. 1:1, 52-75.

C. Dell▪ & Anna-Belle (St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog). [by Anna-Belle the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog, as interpreted by her handler, Colleen Anne Dell]. 2015. “Questioning ‘Fluffy’: A  Dog’s Eye View of Animal-Assisted Interventions (AAI) in the Treatment of Different Kinds of People Using Different Kinds of Drugs for Different Kinds of Reasons”. Substance Use & Misuse.   Early E-Release March 17, 2015.

Adams, J. Boucher, G. Cartier, D. Chalmers, C. Dell▪, K. Dunn, D. Dryka, R. Duncan, C. Hopkins, L.   Longclaws, T. MacKinnon, R. Notarandrea, E. Sauve, S. Spence, M. Wuttunee. 2013. The Helping Horse: How Equine Assisted Learning Contributes to the Wellbeing of First Nations Youth in Treatment for Volatile Substance Misuse. Full team report. Calgary: University of Calgary. 79 pp.

C. Dell and D. Chalmers. 2011. “Equine-Assisted Therapy as an Adjunct to Solvent Abuse Treatment for First Nations Youth: A Key Consideration for Building an Empirical Knowledge Base”. Native Studies Review. Special invitation. 20(1), 59-87.

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, N. Bresette, S. Swain, D. Rankin, C. Hopkins. 2011. “A Healing Space: The Experiences of First Nations and Inuit Youth with Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL)”. Child and Youth Care Forum. 40(2), 319-336. DOI 10.1007/s10566-011-9140-z

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, D. Dell, E. Sauve, T. MacKinnon. 2008. “Horse as Healer: Applying Equine Assisted Learning to Uncover and Strengthen the Spirit of First Nations Youth Who Abuse Solvents”. Pimitisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health. 6(10), pp. 81-106.