Roseann Bennett is a licensed marriage and family therapist with experience of over 10 years. She currently resides in New Jersey and is a leading therapist in the fields of therapy, psychology, and counseling. She established the Center For Assessment and Treatment after seeing a need for outpatient services particularly for people who lacked the means to afford expensive treatment.
The Center For Assessment and Treatment was established by Roseann Bennett and her husband Todd who used their own funds to get the center going. Serving as its Executive Director, Bennett is charged with the creation of curriculums and maintenance of the clinic’s daily operations. Her openness to the use of different therapeutic activities led her to pursue the use of Canine Assisted Therapy.
Dogs have consistently over the years assist people with various tasks, however, over the last three decades, scientists have commenced exploration of the symbiotic relationship between the two. Despite many unanswered questions, studies suggest that there is a link between positive lifestyles and owning a dog as preliminary studies show that this link is due the ability of dogs to tune with needs, desires and emotional changes of their owners. View More Information Here.
In a statement concerning the new therapy dog Jack, Roseann Bennett said that Jack would not be used in place of already existing strategies that have proven effective but she hopes to gain positive results by using canine-assisted therapy experiments that previously proven to be effective.
Jack was welcomed by Roseann Bennett and her husband in January this year having been adopted at the age of 15 weeks. Jack was then enrolled for a two-week obedience course and completed it on July 4th this year. In spite of this achievement, Jack still has to succeed in a number of steps so as to attain the certification of being a therapy dog. The comprehensive article can be found in the link below.