JOHN’S CREEK, GEORGIA, USA, September 18, 2014 /EINPresswire.com/ — Our pets possess a strong willingness and desire to understand our needs and anticipate them. As a result, there is so much more the relationship with our pets can bring into our lives in terms of our personal development and sense of well being. When we foster a deeper bond with our pets, we open up a whole new dimension of emotional health and wellness, as well as create the opportunity for getting the behaviors that we want from our pets and from ourselves.
Dr. Corinna Murray is a Certified Professional Life and Leadership Coach and the founder of Veterinary Care Navigation andEnHABiT (Engaging the Human Animal Bond in Tandem). Dr. Murray brings 25 years of veterinary experience to her unique, groundbreaking coaching services dedicated to enhancing the quality of the bonds between pets and their owners.
“I’ve always been very connected with animals,” says Dr. Murray. “I practiced traditional veterinary medicine, but what I found most fulfilling was my ability to connect with people facing challenging decisions. I was able to listen to them and help them come to the right decision for them.”
With Veterinary Care Navigation, Dr. Murray helps clients manage the difficult emotional decisions related to their pets.
“I feel it’s an overdue service,” says Dr. Murray. “Because our pets love us so unconditionally, our decisions are often fear-based.”
Three years ago, Dr. Murray chose to leave her practice after learning she’d been diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. After a year of treatment had been completed, Dr. Murray hired a life coach to help her figure out what to do with the rest of her professional life. She still loved working with people and animals, but she didn’t want to go back to traditional practice. So she pursued her certification in coaching and energy leadership, determined to create a service to help people navigate the emotional challenges associated with their pets and bring them to a place of intention.
With EnHABiT, Dr. Murray teaches her clients how to use the bond with their pets to better manage their stress and accelerate their personal development while getting the behaviors and emotional satisfaction that they want from both themselves and their pets.
“People are amazed to learn that the behaviors that they want to change in their pets really starts with themselves,” says Dr. Murray. “Animals resonate at a higher emotional level of engagement. They can pick up on our energy and synchronize with us emotionally. When you can better manage your energies, you will see the behavioral change in your pet and that change will spark change in you. Once you see it, you can’t deny it.”
Close-Up Talk Radio will feature Dr. Corinna Murray in an interview with Jim Masters on September 22nd at 12pm EST.