Case of the Month – February 2017


A client called me because both of her cats had started urinating on her bed as well as “acting out” with each other irritably. A quick scan identified the source of the upset – it was the house itself. Our homes can hold all the intensity and emotions of the animals and people who have … Continue reading Case of the Month – February 2017

Case of the Month – January 2017


The Human Animal Bond Animals give us so much – unconditional love, companionship, protection, entertainment. But beyond that they also share an energetic bond. This bond allows them to share, know and feel our most intimate thoughts and emotions. In some animals, this can also result in their sharing our physical symptoms and illnesses. I’ve … Continue reading Case of the Month – January 2017

Case of the Month – November 2016


    Rabies vaccine: necessary or healthy? The truth is that once a dog or cat has received two rabies vaccines, 99% are immune for life. Additional vaccines are not only not necessary but potentially harmful. Options to vaccinating: 1 – Package inserts for vaccines state that RV  should only be administered to healthy animals. … Continue reading Case of the Month – November 2016

Do You Have the Right to Choose the Kind of Health Care Your Animal Receives?


  There are growing concerns and questions about your rights as an animal owner to choose the kind of health care your animal receives. Under the current veterinary law, your freedom of choice in health care may be restricted far more than you realize. Each state sets its own laws concerning the practice of veterinary … Continue reading Do You Have the Right to Choose the Kind of Health Care Your Animal Receives?

Case of the Month – October 2016


Patient: “Rider” – a 7 yr. old male German shepherd. Presentation: Rider is your typical shepherd, vigilant and loyal, sometimes to excess. He is also extremely sensitive to the emotions and thoughts of his humans, as well as toxic electromagnetic fields and environmental radio-activity. As an empath, he has difficulty maintaining healthy boundaries and “streams” … Continue reading Case of the Month – October 2016

Case of the Month – September 2016


Patient: “Sweetie” – a 19 yr. old female spayed dark calico. Presentation: “Old” cat kidneys – aka kidney “failure” (vomiting, decreased energy and appetite, weight loss). Energetic Diagnosis: Kidneys 81% of normal, pancreatic insufficiency, low parathyroid function. Program: Radionically transmitted: Phosphorus 6C, Vit.D3, UBQH, YES drops, B-complex Plus, Fluids: 100 cc 0.9% NaCL 1 x … Continue reading Case of the Month – September 2016

Case of the Month – June 2016


“Rider” – a 7 yr. old male German Shepherd.   Presentation: Rider is your typical shepherd, vigilant and loyal, sometimes to excess. He is also extremely sensitive to the emotions and thoughts of his humans, as well as toxic electromagnetic fields and environmental radio-activity. As an empath, he has difficulty maintaining healthy boundaries and “streams” or merges with … Continue reading Case of the Month – June 2016

From the President’s Desk – June 2016


  From the President’s Desk: Welcome to IAATH, the International Alliance for Animal Therapy and Healing. The concept for IAATH originated in 1999 with Mary Ann Simonds, Equine Consultant, and a group of individuals, myself included in the animal health and healing field who shared a vision. We came from a diverse healing background as … Continue reading From the President’s Desk – June 2016

Acupressure


Acupressure This massage technique applies pressure to specific points on the body related to acupuncture points. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), stimulating certain points by pressure encourages the flow of vital energy (Qi) along the meridian pathways. Acupressure can be integrated into almost any type of natural medicine practice and can be used for a … Continue reading Acupressure

Case of the Month – May 2016


 Zeus – 6 year old male Rottweiler Presentation: Epilepsy (controlled with phenobarb and K-Bromide), cyclic vomiting – sometimes bloody   Conventional: Blood work, physical exam normal Energetic diagnosis: Gastric inflammation/ulceration, energetically sensitive/empathetic personality type, overly absorbent emotional body. Processes family dynamics at a gut level, resulting in pylorospasm. Seizures 2° to vaccinosis and Lyme’s spirochetes in the … Continue reading Case of the Month – May 2016