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Emotional Support Animal Assessments

Emotional Support Animal Assessments

An Emotional Support Animal Assessment evaluates an individual's mental and emotional condition to determine the need for an animal companion to alleviate symptoms and provide comfort and support.

An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) assessment is a comprehensive evaluation conducted by mental health professionals to assess an individual's emotional and psychological well-being. During the assessment, the mental health professional examines the person's symptoms, medical history, and overall mental health status. They assess the individual's ability to cope with daily life activities, manage stress, and interact with others. Based on the assessment findings, the mental health professional may recommend an Emotional Support Animal as part of the individual's therapeutic treatment plan, providing comfort, companionship, and emotional support to help manage their mental health condition. The recommendation is typically made when the presence of an ESA is deemed beneficial in reducing anxiety, depression, or other emotional challenges experienced by the individual.


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