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Gli Interventi Assistiti dagli Animali come processi di promozione della salute. Una review sistematica
Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE 
Autori/Curatori: Francesca Dicé, Antonio Santaniello, Federica Gerardi, Alda Paoletti, Paolo Valerio, Maria Francesca Freda, Lucia Francesca Menna 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2018 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  19 P. 5-23 Dimensione file:  223 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PDS2018-003001
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Gli autori presentano un lavoro di review bibliografica relativa agli Interventi Assistiti dagli Animali (IAA) svolti in ambito sanitario e rivolti all’età evolutiva. Essi si declinano fra le più diffuse terapie non farmacologiche, ovvero di sostegno agli interventi in ambito medico, psicologico e riabilitativo. Nonostante la loro ampia diffusione, essi sono attualmente al centro di un acceso dibattito scientifico internazionale riguardante la ricerca di buone prassi utili alla loro strutturazione all’interno dei setting clinici. Nella review sono stati inseriti 14 articoli contenenti dati empirici e pubblicati su riviste internazionali, dalla cui lettura è stato possibile evincere come la Relazione Interspecifica Uomo-Animale possa facilitare i processi di decodifica, regolazione ed utilizzo delle emozioni e la promozione delle competenze relazionali. Ciononostante, scarsi sembrano essere i riferimenti ai criteri di scelta dei protocolli operativi utilizzati, delle figure professionali incluse e degli animali coinvolti. Sarebbero dunque necessari ulteriori studi che evidenzino in che modo la declinazione di una Relazione Interspecifica Uomo-Animale in ambito clinico possa favorire il raggiungimento degli obiettivi terapeutici.


Keywords: Interventi Assistiti dagli Animali, interazione Uomo-Animale, setting multi-disciplinari, competenze relazionali.

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