Meet Kobe | Canine Assisted Intervention

Kobe, Rogers’ four-legged employee, is making a difference for adults and adolescents in OCD, Anxiety, and Depression residential treatment.

Part of Rogers’ Canine Assisted Intervention program, Kobe helps residents achieve an identified treatment goal and address issues like assertiveness, self-confidence, motivation, self-care, and contamination.

“He’s been integral in our program,” says Sharon Hirsch, MD, adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Rogers in Oconomowoc. “He helps people learn skills and become more functional.”

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