I want to help you be better able to communicate with your animal family: you are there every day. We can learn to calibrate ourselves to recognize who is saying what.
It is good for all of us to get more practice and experience with it, for the enrichment of all our relationships. In matters of serious illness or other problems, it can be good to have a neutral
party help with the listening.
v mysterious physical
v animals with
behavioral difficulties, and
v no-one else has
been able to help.
The missing piece is often what the animal knows, believes, or has to say, to you, your vet, other animals in the family,
etc. When people find it difficult to communicate with their animals, two reasons
stand out: it has served our culture well not to listen to animals; we are trained to block out that direct connection at
least part of the time. Also, when you are a stakeholder in an issue, many feelings
can get in the way of your understanding what’s being said. As an animal communicator I help you to hear each other.