Animal Communicator List

Classic Communication

Please note that Kim Sheridan is not a professional animal communicator and does not do individual readings. The communications she receives are at random and not “on demand” like they would need to be for private sessions. Since the publication of Animals and the Afterlife, there have been so many animals and so much going on in Kim’s life that when she does receive communications, she has trouble differentiating who they are from. That being said, we believe a good professional animal communicator can be very helpful with the grieving process or help deepen the relationship you have with your companion animal. There are many qualified animal communicators out there. If you find one you are considering, it is helpful to ask for references to make sure they are reliable.

For a list of the animal communicators included in Kim’s book, please see below; most offer workshops in addition to private consultations. Most professional animal communicators offer telephone consultations, so it’s not necessary to find one in your local area.

We’ve decided not to add additional communicators to this list, so you will find only those communicators from Animals and the Afterlife listed (with one exception). We do not have time to properly evaluate additional communicators. Thank you for understanding!

Listed Alphabetically:

Sharon Callahan (Mt. Shasta, CA)

Gail De Sciose is not currently in practice. Information on her will be listed if this changes.

Dawn Hayman (Clinton, New York)

Jeri Ryan (Oakland, CA)

Joanna Seere (New York, NY)
Please note: Joanna no longer offers Spirit sessions and now focuses her practice on spiritual healing work for animals.

Patty Summers (Evington, VA)

Tera Thomas (Pittsboro, NC)

One animal communicator who was not mentioned in Kim’s book but has helped her readers recently is listed below. While we do not usually add to our list, our personal experience with Teresa has prompted us to make an exception in this case.

Teresa Wagner (Central California)

Please note that the above animal communicators may be inundated with requests as a result of this list, so if they are unable to accommodate your request in a timely manner, it may be advisable to seek other animal communicators. There are many other reputable animal communicators not included on this list. We have only included animal communicators Kim has worked with directly (or via her associates) because she wants to make sure she can endorse them. HOWEVER, there are many other qualified professional animal communicators out there. If you find one that you’re considering, it’s helpful to ask for references to make sure they’re reliable. A good professional animal communicator can be very helpful with the grieving process.

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