INGRAHAM | CONSULTANCY
INGRAHAM | CONSULTANCY
NEW FOR 2020
Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy: Private Clients
If you are interested in a private consultation with Caroline Ingraham for your animal, please send your initial enquiry to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline generally works via online Zoom consultations to work with clients all around the world.
Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy: Public Engagements
If you are interested in booking Caroline to speak at your conference, seminar or training event, please contact the office for further details: email@example.com
Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy Health, Conservation and Aromatic Enrichment
Bespoke Training Or Call-outs To Suit Your Organisation
Suitable for: Veterinarians, Sanctuarys, Wildlife Rescue, Reserves and other organisations working with wild or captive animals.
Enquiries: Caroline Ingraham: firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Veterinary Dr Terka Zerhau writes: “Since I was a child I had a dream. I wanted to understand the language of animals. Normally, you would not believe that it can come true, but I trained with Caroline Ingraham and I had the honour of her, bespoke veterinary course at Brno Zoo. She taught me to sense every movement and signal that animals can give you in order to establish mutual communication. She provided her knowledge, experience and creative ideas to enrich the lives of animals held in captivity.
It has now been three years, and although I still have much to learn and understand, Caroline is a continuous support. The Ingraham Method of Applied Zoopharmacognosy and enrichment provides captive animals a unique, and more natural environment. It provides animals with an ability to self-medicate to restore and maintain health and well-being. The zookeepers are very excited to help the animals this way as they can see natural behaviours emerge that would normally only be seen in the wild. They call each other to find out the date of my next visit, and it can all exist due to Caroline Ingraham. I am now planting an enrichment garden for the big cats at Brno Zoo.”
Dr Karen Becker writes: The first time I had an introduction to what you do was at the conference where we both lectured at last year. I sat enamored and fascinated, but also emotionally overwhelmed as a veterinarian, because what you were lecturing about not only resonated with me as a wildlife rehabilitator, but it resonated with me as an holistic vet for so many different reasons.
It’s completely fascinating. I’m signed up to take a class with you.