Lively discussion with Mary ANN Simonds, an Applied Behavioral Ecologist, always a Wealth of Knowledge.
Mary Ann Simonds is a wildlife and range ecologist, equine behaviorist, human-animal therapist, business coach and holistic health consultant. Or you could simply say she is a scientist and a philosopher, who for over 30 years has integrated disciplines and crossed the lines of paradigms. Obtaining her B.S. degree from the University of Wyoming in 1976 in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Range Management, Simonds later received her Masters degree from JFK University in Interdisciplinary Consciousness Studies with emphasis in Human-Animal Interactions and Healing as well as a specialization in Organizational Development and Leadership. Her focus has been to influence science to shift its paradigm to a more "whole systems" approach. Working in the fields of mining reclamation, organizational development, wildlife biology, animal awareness, and human-animal interaction and healing, Simonds has conducted research and given papers on a variety of subjects from Eco-tourism and horse behavior to stress management of animals and human-animal communication.
Keri has trained through the Institute of Integrated Sciences, in the HUNA™ program (Humans Understanding Nature and Animals) which is based on the philosophy that all life is connected and cannot be separated. She has also been mentored by some of the world’s leading figures in animal consciousness and a variety of energy healing modalities such as Body Talk, Colour Therapy, Meridian System, Iridology and more.
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