Like you, I’ve always had a passion for animals. But being an animal communicator takes more than that. It takes compassion, and an ability to listen and to believe and to be open to the unexpected, without preconceived notions of what an animal might say. That’s what I do, in a nutshell.
My clients can attest to my accuracy and to my effectiveness in helping them in a variety of situations, from behavioral problems to death and dying. I invite you to contact me to learn more, and to view my tribute to the animals who have so generously opened their hearts to me.
When I communicate with an animal, I do so with the utmost respect and compassion, treating each one as a cherished individual who has important messages and experiences to share. I approach every animal client with an open mind and an open heart, and I consider myself to be truly privileged that they choose to confide in me. I treat them with kindness and respect, and let them know that anything they tell me will be held safely and in confidence.
My credentials include more than six years of experience, after having studied for a year with world-renowned animal communicator Carol Gurney, and having been certified as a professional animal communicator upon my successful completion (in 2006) of her comprehensive HeartTalk training program.
I wholeheartedly endorse and embrace the Animal Communicator Code of Ethics, developed by Penelope Smith.
Even when I’m not communicating with animals, I try to work on their behalf. I am a former volunteer with New England English Springer Spaniel Rescue, and I write a column on Equine Advocacy for Examiner.com. I am an avid supporter of equine rescues, particularly those that work tirelessly to keep horses out of the nefarious slaughter pipeline, preserving their lives, their health, and their dignity.
I publish a periodic eNewsletter, What’s Up With Animals?, and review books that explore our relationships with animals for The Animal Communication Book Club.
You can “hear” me and some of my animal communication stories in this recorded interview for CLN Radio.
I am blessed to share my life with three cats: Django, Neil, and Glenda; a gentle Chesapeake Retriever mix, Tennessee, a feisty Cocker Spaniel, Bobby, and a half-dozen bantam chickens. For six wonderful years, I cared for a retired mare, Hayley, who came to me in 2006 from Bay State Equine Rescue, and left too soon on September 15, 2012.