Therapy Dog

Therapy Dog – New Puppy

At Mullum Road Clinic we have exciting news. Leanne Winter (Clinical Psychologist) has a new puppy, that will go into therapy dog training – (AAT) in the future. To celebrate this we are asking for help to name our new puppy. You will be able to participate in this fun activity in several ways.
To introduce […]

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By |October 8th, 2016|Therapy Dog|

Dealing with Hearing Loss

Here at Mullum Road Clinic, we employ Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) dogs to help individuals suffering from a variety of conditions. Spending time with a therapy animal has been shown to be beneficial in interactions with the hearing impaired. Read on to learn more about this innovative approach to therapy and how it may be […]

By |July 31st, 2016|Disability, Therapy Dog|

Milo on Instagram, Due to popular demand

Thank you everyone for asking about Milo!

Therapy Dog Milo is a rescue, cross-breed dog and his little journey that he has taken,will be logged in with us on Instagram.
Feel free to follow him, like his photos and enjoy seeing his journey.

Psychologist Tess Shashyan enjoys working with Milo as a human-canine team at Mullum Road Clinic Psychologists.

To […]

By |April 17th, 2016|Therapy Dog|

Therapy Dog Bronson on Instagram

Bronson the Labradoodle is our newest trained Animal Assisted Therapy dog at Mullum Road Clinic. Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) is a type of therapy that involves using animals as a form of treatment.
Psychologist Christine Grove will now be offering AAT with her therapy dog Bronson, a labradoodle. They have just completed the Intensive Therapy-Dog Handlers Course […]

By |October 4th, 2015|Therapy Dog|

Autism Health & Well Being Expo

Mullum Road Clinic Psychologists will be exhibiting at the AHWB Expo.
Come along and meet Leanne Winter and Animal Assisted Therapy dog Casper, who will be attending on the day.

Saturday 25th July 2015
10am – 5pm
Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre
Cnr Bell Street & Georges Road,
Preston, Victoria 3072
Tel; 1300 665 602

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By |July 19th, 2015|Therapy Dog|