I'm excited to help you increase your competence and confidence around Emotional Support Animals, and to help you prepare your practice (with policy and template development) to welcome ESA requests!
From "Oh No!" to "Yes, I Can!": Responding to and Evaluating Emotional Support Animal Requests
This e-course covers the Emotional Support Animal-related information you need to know to become ESA-informed, and transform your practice to go from referring out clientele (and losing income) to attracting new clientele (and boosting your income).
More About Rebecca Stone
Hi, I'm Rebecca Stone, LMHC!
Like most mental health professionals, I started receiving requests from clients to write Emotional Support Animal letters years ago. Not knowing what this was or how to legally and ethically address these clients' requests, I took it upon myself to do the research. Myself and others on a college campus I worked at came together to explore all different aspects of ESAs. After lots of research and experience, I have since presented about ESAs at a national conference, helped create a university's ESA policy, and developed a specialty in ESAs in my private practice. Now, I'm helping mental health providers like you learn about ESAs and prepare their practices to handle ESA requests!
The idea of Emotional Support Animals is an emerging topic in our field and there is not a whole lot of guidance around this. I'm excited to help you increase your knowledge, competence, and confidence around Emotional Support Animals, and help you prepare your practice to support clients with ESA requests.