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About Emotional Support Animal

Traveling can be difficult when dealing with mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression. For some people, an effective way of alleviating these concerns is by obtaining a qualified emotional support animal (ESA) that can travel with them. Traveling with an emotional support animal can often reduce symptoms on flights and during the course of travel. 

 

Such letters can only be provided by a qualified mental health professional who has taken the time to meet with you and make a proper evaluation.

Tips for an effective ESA assesment:

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  • Be ready to discuss your mental health concerns with the clinician to help them assess and would be relevant to the need for an emotional support animal. It is important to be honest.

  • Come prepared with any relevant mental health and medication history documentation that would aid in making the determination.

  • Bring the animal that you are hoping to have certified as an emotional support animal. This will enable the clinician to observe the animal and determine if it meets the behavioral criteria necessary for certification. 

  • Some airlines require specialized forms that they provide in order to validate an ESA. Do some research before the appointment to determine what is required in order to fly with your ESA. Please bring any relevant forms that you will need the therapist to complete.

Our Clients Say

Family with Pets
"Getting my ESA at Jamron Counseling was very easy. Now I don't have to worry about being separated from my pet. Great customer service"

Robert S.

  • Can I use my ESA letter for housing?
    An ESA letter allows you to possess an emotional support animal of your choosing within any housing you decide to live, regardless of if pets are permitted by the landlord or management company. If you have an ESA letter from us, they cannot deny you having an emotional support animal. Housing providers must exempt emotional support animals from such policies, unless the exemption would cause an undue hardship to the housing provider If you have been a victim of discrimination, please call the Commission’s Infoline at 212-416-0197 to report it.
  • How do i know that this is legal?
    There are two main federal laws that apply to ESAs: the Air Carrier Access Act, and the Fair Housing Act. Our ESA Letters are fully compliant with these laws and are all approved by fully qualified mental health professionals. This ensures our letters are 100% legal. Jamron Counseling is also HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Compliant website that can give you a certified ESA letter.
  • What kind of licensed mental health professional will sign my letter?
    Our clinicians consist of Licensed Mental Health Counselors. The clinician who will do the evaluation will be one that is legally qualified to approve ESA Letters for New York.
  • My landlord says I can’t keep my pet despite having a legitimate ESA letter. What do I do?
    Once you have a proper ESA Letter, your landlord is required by the Fair Housing Act to allow you to keep your designated emotional support animal with you at your place of residence. Sometimes landlords create barriers for individuals in attempt to refrain from accommodating legitimate ESA's. If you have been a victim of discrimination, please call the Commission’s Infoline at 212-416-0197 to report it.

ESA LETTER AT JAMRON COUNSELING

There are many websites that claim to offer such letters without ever meeting with you. Most of these offers are illegitimate and will not enable you to determine the need for an emotional support animal nor allow you to travel with one. Such letters can only be provided by a qualified mental health professional who has taken the time to meet with you and make a proper evaluation.

Assuming criteria is met, the letter can be provided on the same day. Please note that a letter will only be provided if determined appropriate by the therapist conducting the assessment. 

  • The animal does not need to be specially trained for this task, however it must be demonstrated that the animal can keep calm and behave in a variety of situations and will not provide a danger or distraction to those around (including barking and unwanted toileting).

  • The letter must be current and meet the criteria of the airline providing the transportation. Letters are good for one year.  

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