I love to teach–it is a natural extension for someone who loves to learn, and I’ve always said that I could be a lifelong student! I’ve been teaching courses at the University of Florida since 2016, and you can find information on their programs and my offerings here. I currently teach Conservation Medicine; Working Dogs in Conservation, Forensics, and the Medical Sciences; Human-Wildlife Conflict; and Wildlife Toxicology.
In addition to my academic teaching, I am building courses for you, my community of compassionate and inspired individuals who wish to transform yourselves and the world around you! I am currently offering a course in Practicing Conscious Conservation.
I offer a variety of CE, including short courses in Working Dogs in Conservation, Human Wildlife Conflict, Conservation Medicine, and Wildlife Toxicology.
I will also be offering courses on careers in conservation, meditation made easy, and developing resilience to compassion fatigue. To sign up for more information about my courses please enter your email address in the signup window below.
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