Animal Assisted Therapy Noah's ART

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Noah's ART provides an alternative to talking therapies - we support beneficiaries to spent time with our animals in 1:1 therapy rooms. These sessions are perfect for anyone struggling with low mood or anxiety. We accept self referrals, EHCPs and other payment plans. Sessions cost £30 and are bookable online. There is no age restrictions and we support people with a range of conditions.

We operate a referral system but you can self refer into any of our projects. Fill in the referral form on the website and return to Someone will the call you and let you know about the services we offer.

We have a dog cafe on Friday 10-12 - meet our friendly dogs - sorry you cant bring your own dogs but you could apply to be a dog buddy if you have a friendly dog. Call us to find out about the assessment process.

We also run monthly art workshops on Saturday 10-12 - this is from 14y upward - just £5 for the two hours - different projects are offered throughout the year

And we have funding to offer free training courses on animal welfare. Level 1 is for anyone feeling anxious about getting back into training and is very hands-on with animals. Level 2 is animal welfare in much more depth, 5 hours and up to 10 students and level 3 lets you into the secrets of pet therapy and explores other employment opportunities working with animals.

We also offer school visits at £165 and care home and hospital visits at £135



Who to contact

Contact Name
Sharon Hall
Contact Position
Animal assisted Therapist
0161 368 6544 0161 368 6544
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Where to go

Noah's ART
Ground Floor
1-9 Borough Arcade
SK14 2AA
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Nearest car park is Clarendon Street Car Park £1 for 3 hours


Associated Cost
£30  Per hour


Referral not required
Referral Details

This approach is suitable for anyone but is especially effective for clients who struggle with expressing their feelings such as people with learning difficulties, severe depression, anxiety, trauma or schizophrenia.

Other notes

Beneficiaries include:

Mental health sufferers

Learning disabilities

People with dementia and their carers

Additional opportunities are often available to do volunteer work with the rescued animals

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