Here are some frequently asked questions:
What type of animal do you work with?
I work with any that are willing to have a chat with me: cats, dogs, fish, parrots, horses and even wild spider monkeys that were located in Ecuador (that was done remotely).
Do you have to be there in person?
No. If healing is required, I personally find it preferable to be there but distant communication and healing is possible. In fact, I did all of my animal communication training plus the exams over the telephone.
What do you need in order to work remotely?
If we were to arrange an email or telephone consultation, I would require a photograph of your animal. If you don’t know which one to choose then send a few and your animal will point me in the right direction. It would also be helpful to have some questions ready to ask your animal to get the ball rolling. Don’t worry if you don’t have many, as questions are usually generated from their answers.
If I would like a fact to face consultation, do we come to you or do you come to us?
Either. It all depends on how comfortable your animal would be coming to me.
How long is a consultation?
You can choose between half an hour and an hour.
How much will a consultation cost?
A half hour consultation is £30 with an hour costing £50 (plus 45p per mile travel expenses if I come to you).
What happens during a consultation?
I will spend a few moments connecting and tuning into your animal. I will explain to them who I am, why I am here and how they can benefit from this session. I will then ask your animal your questions and I usually receive the answers back via telepathy, feelings in my body, pictures or videos and although sometimes these are clear, other times these will need to be interpreted by us.