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“I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” ― Jean Cocteau
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From the ESA Doctors Blog:
What Needs to Be Included in an Emotional Support Animal Letter?
Many people rely on an emotional support animal (ESA) to help manage symptoms of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, or motor-sensory disorders.
Emotional support animals can give people a sense of purpose and responsibility while also providing love and companionship for people experiencing emotional trauma or grief and loss.
Emotional support animals differ from pets because a licensed mental health professional (LMHP) has recommended an animal as part of their patient’s personal care plan for mental illness.
A legitimate ESA letter is written by a licensed mental health professional and explains the purpose of the animal. It states you have a qualifying mental health condition and that an animal helps to manage your condition.
What is an ESA letter?
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