A key measure of the success of the Dare to Live programme is the ability to show measured outcomes (up to eight months post programme) and we employ a number of different psychological and evaluation questionnaires.
Internal analysis of the clinical data has shown an improvement in trauma symptoms and participants’ mental health, wellbeing, and social functioning.
Dare To Live utilises the IFEEL Method of Equine Facilitated Psychotraumatology in all it’s delivery.
IFEEL Method recently published the following Quantitative Evaluation Poster as presented at the International Society for Anthrozoology (ISAZ) 2020 Conference “One Health, One Welfare:Wellbeing for all in human-animal interactions”
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