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What a goat can teach us

Animal assisted therapist connects lovable barnyard critters with kids' mental health in new book

SUPPLIED PHOTO</p><p>Lucy Sloan (right) and her colleague Joanne Lariviere pose with Wilbert the pig, a resident of Lil’ Steps Miniature and Wellness Farm and a character in Sloan’s children’s book Cindy and Christabelle’s Big Scare.</p>

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Lucy Sloan (right) and her colleague Joanne Lariviere pose with Wilbert the pig, a resident of Lil’ Steps Miniature and Wellness Farm and a character in Sloan’s children’s book Cindy and Christabelle’s Big Scare.

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Updated on Monday, December 9, 2019 at 3:19 PM CST: Name fixed.

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