James B. Huntington
Katherine is a bilingual licensed clinical social worker in New York and a DSW candidate in Clinical Social Work at New York University. Her research focuses primarily on clinical social work, the social determinants of health, and the human-animal bond. She is also the founder and chairman of Surrey Hills Sanctuary, a nonprofit organization providing veterinary social work services, including trauma-informed animal-assisted therapy for abuse survivors. Katherine has an MSW from NYU and also an MSEd (Education) and an MA (Animal Behavior and Conservation) from Hunter College. You can read her Zooeyia blog exploring the benefits of the human-animal bond on the Psychology Today website.
As an artist, author, instructor, and executive director of a treatment center, Nick Roes runs several websites you can visit. Start off with his brief bio and curriculum vitae, then peruse his artwork.
Need to know science? Andi Weiss Bartczak, Ph.D. can help you out.