About our Animal Co-therapists
We have had some new additions to our office "staff" since we all began working remotely. On any given day, you may see one of these four-legged friends appear on camera during a teletherapy session, to offer their support, friendship, and a wagging or waving tail.
Gus and Jack are part of Leslie's work-from-home team, while Danger, who is a certified therapy dog, and siblings Wicket and Bebe are working with Camilla. Lucy is Jennifer's therapy-dog-in-training, who practices by helping her little brother, Linus, learn the ropes. Laura's beautiful cats, Rani and Claude, rule the home office roost. And, Amelia's work-from-home buddies are a pair of lively dachsunds named Zelda and Link. They can't wait to say hello and look forward to welcoming you back when the office reopens for in-person visits!
Wicket & Bebe
Lucy & Linus
Zelda & Link
Jack & Gus
Rani & Claude
The company of animals – whether as pets or service animals— can have a profound impact on a person’s quality of life and ability to recover from illnesses. A pet can be a source of comfort and can help us to healthier lives #4Mind4Body. Learn more below about how science supports animals for your mental health.