MU study shows emotional support animal certification may need to change (MO)

A study conducted by the MU psychology department shows that the certification process for emotional support animals is flawed.  The study, conducted by Cassie Boness, a graduate student studying clinical psychology, and Jeffrey N. Younggren, a forensic psychologist and clinical professor at MU, looked at whose responsibility it should be to certify emotional support animals.   Read the article……………..


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