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CONSULTATIONS

I offer consultations by telephone or Skype (video option), in person, and by email for dogs, cats, horses and all species of domestic and wild animals...more.

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PRIVATE TUTORING

I offer private tutoring for individuals or for small groups. Private tutoring is a great way to resolve fear and remove blocks...more

"Learning their language"

In my book Learning Their Language: Intuitive Communication with Animals and Nature (©2003 by Marta Williams, published by New World Library), I first teach you how to talk and really be heard by animals. Then through a series of simple and effective exercises you will learn how to listen intuitively -- working with my animals, your animals, and your friends' animals.

I provide techniques to help you focus and concentrate and I discuss the issue of accuracy and verification. Throughout the book there are success stories sent to me by students and clients to help inspire you to try this yourself. I also cover advanced applications such as finding lost animals, medical intuition, and discovering an animal's past. In the final section of the book you will learn how to talk with wildlife and other aspects of the natural world. This book is straightforward and down-to-earth, and it appeals to a broad range of readers. I have a great commitment to this work and it is my pleasure to share what I have learned with you.

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* An intuitive consultation is not a substitute for professional medical care and diagnosis. I can not give you a diagnosis and I can’t prescribe; I am not a doctor. If your animal is ill or injured, please seek the assistance of a qualified medical practitioner, ideally a holisitic veterinarian. In the US you can check ahvma.org to find a veterinarian. I can only give you my intuitive impressions and tell you about resources that may be helpful.