Schedule with Us
Sessions can be conducted by phone or in-person.
Anyone can do a phone consultation no matter where that person or animal is located. All that is required is a picture texted or emailed. Phone Sessions offer the same connection and detail that in-person sessions do and sometimes work better as there are less distractions.
People can also bring their animal to me, at my office and we can do an in person consultation.
For people in Southern Connecticut, at home visits are possible. There is a one hour minimum for an at home visit and mileage will also apply.
Also, we can communicate with any type of animals or living creatures.
What is a consultation?
The Object of a consultation is to get information from your animal’s viewpoint.
A consultation is a 3-way conversation, I am just interpreting information that the animal(s) are giving me.
I do not diagnose health problems, but knowing what and how the animal is feeling can be invaluable. You can also find out how current treatments or therapies are making them feel.
Hearing their perspective about behavior, relationships, foods, and life.
Inform them of coming changes.
Communicate with those already passed.
Please use the Scheduler above or you may contact me directly.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-610-2444.
Phone sessions – payment is required in advance of the consultation. You can pay when you make the appointment in the Scheduler above or I can email you a Square Invoice or you can mail me a check.
In-person sessions – you can pay at the time of the session via check/money order or by Square.
What can I expect to get out of a consultation?
The purpose of a consultation is to get information from your animal’s perspective. To find out where they are coming from, and what they are thinking when they do whatever they do. You can literally have a conversation with them. People always say “If my animal could only talk!” Well maybe they don’t speak English, but they can communicate with you, and they do it all the time. We can ask them any questions you like. Get health information, or information about their past experiences, how they feel about other family members (human and non-human), and what are some of the things you can do to make it work better. Death and dying are also very important. Knowing when a beloved pet is ready to go can make the transition much easier for all those involved.
What should I do to ensure a successful consultation?
The absolute most important thing you can do to to have a very successful consultation is to prepare your questions in advance. We will literally be having a 3 way conversation, so the more questions you ask the more information you are going to get. It is best to start with at least a few broad based questions, preferable about something the animal has an interest in. As long as it is not the issue at hand, food is often a good topic, or about fun things they like to do, like taking walks or enjoying the warm sunshine sleeping on a couch. We always go beyond the prepared questions, especially when getting into the details. However, as you prepare your questions, if you come more from your heart than your head, your animal is going to be able to fully understand what you would like to learn from them. This will in turn allow them time to prepare their answers more fully. Sometimes we are talking about very in depth subjects, often perspectives are different or there are many facets to the issue. If we want to get down to the nitty-gritty, and very often it is important that we do, the more prepared everyone is in advance the better.
Can you talk to more than one animal during a consultation?
Yes. We can talk to as many animals as time allows. Sometimes you might only have a quick question or two for a particular animal. Also there are may be more than one animal involved in relationship, or behavioral situations.
Can you talk to animals who have already passed over?
Yes. And it does not matter if the animal passed recently or years ago. A picture is required if possible. You might wonder how this is possible. Remember telepathy is beyond time and space. It is not physical communication. Therefore the part of us that is truly US, the part of us that is now, has always been, and will always be deeply connected to Divine Source, continues to exist after we pass. There is a saying that says “We are a soul, we have a body”, that pretty much sums it up. We are all an essence that goes beyond our physical bodies. Our Being. This is our Divine Spark, the part of our mind that is connected to the Divine. Thereby connected to All Life and All That Is. We often forget that this place exists not only in us, but this place exists AS us…on this earth in this time. It is this part of us that continues, and this is why animal communication works for animals that have passed.
Confidentiality and Ethics Policy
Each animal communication session is completely private and confidential.
Animal communication is not a substitute for veterinary care. I can sense where and how an animal is feeling discomfort and what, potentially, is going on physically, but I do not diagnose or treat medical problems. Please consult with your veterinarian about health concerns for your animal.