Would you like to actively communicate with your animal companions? Come to this event with Marta Williams for a discussion of her new book about mirroring, empathy, psychodrama, and other techniques.
Marta Williams, a biologist and animal communicator, travels around the world teaching people how to communicate with animals and nature. She earned her degrees in biology and resource conservation and worked in wildlife rehabilitation, habitat restoration, and environmental regulation. Williams lives in Middletown, CA.
Many devoted animal lovers are baffled by a bad
behavior in their companion animal. These field-tested techniques for
understanding and improving such behaviors look both at the animal and
at their human companion. The reason? Animals can mirror the people they
live with physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually -- in both
positive and negative ways. The companion animal of a human with a
serious illness or dysfunctional behavior may take the same on in an
effort to help. But animals are also active participants in their own
lives and may be offering less mirroring and more teaching by their
behavior. Marta Williams, informed by her own decades of work and her
interviews with veterinarians, animal behavior specialists, and
trainers, teaches readers to actively communicate with their animal
companions -- through mirroring, empathy, psychodrama, and other
techniques. Each chapter includes real world examples and hands-on
activities and exercises that heal both animal and human.