This powerful seminar utilizes interactive participant demonstrations, guided exercises, and lecture to teach
people the basics of animal communication such as how to listen to animals and how to communicate with them. By the
end of the seminar participants who are open to the techniques taught during the seminar will be able to go home and begin
communicating with their own pets.
With over 20 years of experience in all facets of training design, development and presentation, Suzanne Fisher
is a dynamic Training Facilitator with highly effective training skills and methods. Her educational background allows
her to draw from many areas in her presentations.
In 1989, Suzanne coordinated, produced and hosted a live, call-in, television talk show called"Workplace Forum"
which addressed tough issues relevant to today's work place. Suzanne has also designed, written, developed and produced video
and audio training programs that pioneered in using humor as a training vehicle to convey serious information.
Her Lifeskills Workshop, which is designed to help participants enhance self esteem, deal successfully with
anger and shame, come to know their true selves, discover their innate creativity, and access their God within was offered
state wide in Virginia for the general public and in male and female correctional facilities for former substance abusers.
Her husband, Chuck Fisher, also a dynamic training facilitator, co-facilitated the general public workshops.
These workshops have been described by participants as the turning point in their recovery, their guide for staying clean
and sober, and the beginning of their connection with God and their learning to love themselves.
The Basics of Animal Communication is a new offering for Suzanne. An animal communicator for over 20 years,
she has much to offer seminar participants. Her first major experience with animal communication happened over 20 years ago
at the State Fair in Richmond, VA. Suzanne and Chuck were touring the Chicken Barn at the fair, walking down a row of chickens
in cages, when one of the chickens spoke to Suzanne.
II. Interactive demonstration of the things that interfere with our being able to hear when animals communicate
III. Discussion on how to overcome the things that interfere with our being able to hear when animals communicate
with us (with handouts)
IV. Interactive exercise on how to disconnect from what we think animals are saying to us and how to connect
with the part of us that allows us to hear what animals are actuallysaying to us.
V. Practice on animal volunteers.