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Emotional Support Animal Letters
Can Your Furry Friend Help With Your Care?
As mental health care services have evolved, we’ve become more and more aware of the benefits of using animals and their instincts to aid in our well-being. Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are essentially pets that are designated by a mental health professional as being a part of the owner’s care. ESAs provide support through companionship and can help ease anxiety, depression, and certain phobias.
However, they are not service dogs, and ESA users do not receive the same accommodations as service dog users. However, many transportation agencies, businesses, restaurants, employers, landlords and more recognize ESAs and allow owners to bring them where pets are usually not allowed.
Our ESA Service
Our philosophy at Archangel Therapy Group is that Emotional Support Animals are a valuable part of your mental health care and treatment. As such, we offer ESA Letters that are 100% therapist-backed and accepted by most landlords, transportation, businesses and employers. We make it fast, easy and convenient to get an ESA letter for your pet, and we are always willing to offer this service to those interested.
Contact our team today to learn more about how to make your pet an Emotional Support Animal.
Psychiatric Service Dog (PSD) Letters Available
To qualify for a PSD under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the handler must have a psychiatric disability. In addition, psychiatric service dogs must be fully trained to perform tasks relating to the handler’s disability.
Here at Archangel Therapy Group, we offer a team of licensed professionals who can help determine whether you have a qualifying condition. If you qualify, we are able to issue a signed PSD letter.
How to Verify a PSD
Under the ADA, third parties can ask two questions to verify your PSD:
- Is the dog a service animal required because of a disability?
- What work or task has the dog been trained to perform?
Psychiatric service dogs are allowed on flights, free of charge, and must be accommodated in places open to the public.
Make Your Pet Part of Your Care
Contact our team to make your pet part of your mental health care and wellness.
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