Military service, be it air forces, navy, intelligence or border troops, often presupposes many men and women travelling around the world and finding themselves in often unthinkable situations.
Upon returning home, it might be challenging to adjust to a new reality considering what they’ve undergone and what they’ve seen. Moreover, not everyone is ready to talk with a psychologist about the past and open their hearts and minds.
Therapy can be much of a helper, but recovery may take rather long time, and each separate case is different. However, many organizations implement new approaches in order to relieve the burden of post-traumatic stress, and use of animals, such as dogs or horses, often works magic.
So one therapy center believes that wolfs are particularly good for this job: