Assessment + Session Model

When asked about fake ESA letters sold on the Internet, $49 instant certificates, leases, collars, tags, and the what-not, here's our response.

Successful for the vast majority of our clients, our emotional support animal letters depend on the assessment of an individual's "disability and disability-related need" for an assistance animal. Because of their shortened nature, ESADoggy therapists cannot ethically assert a client relationship.

And why do we bother disclosing this information? We choose to engage in a transparent fashion; free from duplicity and chicanery. We appreciate the trust our client's have placed in us, and wish to repay that gesture in kind.

Sure, that's liable to turn away business, but we never chased after the instant letter market. Besides being totally bogus. when have you heard of mental health care costing less than fifty dollars a pop?

Editor's note: unless a client has retained our therapist's services for additional sessions, our letters do not reveal the existence of such a relationship.

Making an informed decision

In 2018, property owners, their lawyers, and the Federal Housing and Urban Development Agency (HUD) are scrutinizing emotional support animal letters, ensuring their legitimacy; in particular, under close study is the client/therapist relationship.

Hence, the problem inherent in just offering an assessment-only solution, for the previously mentioned reasoning.

We don't make the rules, that's up to HUD.  We merely wish to provide our clients with the best information as hand, so they can make an informed decision.

ESA letters are under much closer review

When queried by property-owners -- and querying is becoming a general rule of thumb -- many emotional support animal letters are now denied due to the letter's lack of reliability.

Reliability, in this case, can be understood as "was the therapist in a position to know?" Was the therapist located nearby? How many sessions took place? What was the nature of the therapeutic relationship?

To be clear, our assessment letters, without any additional sessions, not constitute a relationship.

This holds true for every letter purchased online, or in person, that was based strictly on assessing one's disability.

About those readily available cheap letters

Letters with zero client/therapist interaction? Instant letters? Letters written by an out-of-state provider? Once, perhaps able to fly under the radar; now they're problematic.

Our business emerges from the simple idea of helping clients live happier, healthier lives. We believe if an emotional support animal is necessary to alleviate the functional limitations associated with an emotional disability, then a client may benefit from therapeutic counseling.

We refer to this as the "assessment + session" model, and our job is to make an introduction, orchestrate an assessment, and help "brew a therapeutic relationship."

It's a win-win for everyone involved.

Unfortunately, mental health care is not cheap, and since any additional sessions aren't covered under your original ESA housing assessment, additional fees will apply.

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We help our clients live a better life and hold ourselves to the highest ethical and business standards.

You'll benefit from our expertise in the mental health field and fair housing law. Experience therapists who take the time and care to understand you and your mental disability.

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Without ever leaving the comfort of your home or office, you can qualify for an Emotional Support Animal. To qualify, you must complete the following steps.

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