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AAAIP membership provides AAI professionals with resources, education, and an online professional community.

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Special AAAIP Membership Offer!
Join AAAIP by August 15, 2022, for exclusive access to a series of closed Zoom meetings with Dr. Aubrey Fine, author of the Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy. Become a member today!


Individual Membership Levels
All-Access Membership: $299 (per year for one individual)
Access to all AAAIP resources including eNews, resources, education, and the online community. Plus, receive $100 discount on the AAIS certification. All-Access members also receive a discount on AAAIP courses with a savings up to $90 per course. 

Digital Membership: $199 (per year for one individual)
Access to AAAIP eNews, resources and education, and the AAAIP online community.

 

Organization Membership Level
Organization Membership: $750 (per year for three individuals from one organization)
Organization membership allows three individuals employed by the same organization, facility, practice, school district, or institution to register with All-Access membership.

Non-member Level
Non-member: Non-members can gain access to free resources and will receive the Advancing AAI eNewsletter by creating a free account.

 

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What Members Are Saying...

Animal-Assisted Interventions have progressed dramatically in the past decade and AAAIP is the foundation of our work going forward.  We will now have an organization that focuses on professionals; the ability to collaborate with peers, share resources, expand our education, join in research, and simply move this work forward in a highly ethical and animal-focused manner.  I truly believe that what we can learn from each other through this organization will shape the future of AAI.  
Jen VonLintel
School Counselor, Thompson School District
Adjunct Instructor, IHAC, University of Denver


Decades ago when I invited my dog; Abby, to join me in my work I would have welcomed a roadmap or even the ability to connect with someone else proving animal assisted interventions. As the field was still relatively new these options were not readily available. While the field has grown over the past years the need for guidance has increased tremendously, and AAAIP will help newcomers to the field through education, connection, resources, and ever important research.
Cyndie Kieffer, LCSW CPP-AAPT


I have had the honor and privilege of serving on the Leadership Council for the Association of Animal Assisted Interventions Professionals for the last year.  My role was to help shape the organization to meet the needs of its members by sharing what I’ve learned after nearly 12 years as a hospital volunteer and AAI program coordinator alongside an interdisciplinary team of professionals including educators, physical and mental health providers.  I am one of many that had to find their own way in a complex and often misunderstood field, so I remember how empowering it felt to connect with others who shared similar passions for AAI, and human and animal welfare. AAAIP’s education, connection, resources, community, and research benefits seek to address the gaps and barriers to make the field more accessible for all new and veteran AAI practitioners.
Whitney Romine
Former Volunteer Coordinator and Doggie Brigade Advisor at Akron Children’s Hospital