Behavior Problems 

After 20 years as an animal communicator, Diana has found that most animals with behavior "problems" mirror their person's unconscious thoughts, repressed emotions or unresolved issues. Our animals are empaths, and will often react to or mirror our issues back to us. Listening to what our animals have to say about us, taking action and making changes in our own lives, can greatly enhance our relationship with our animals and resolve their unwanted behavior.


Diana can help you to make those psychological and spiritual shifts that our animals point out to us. Not only does Diana accomplish this by engaging in a thorough dialogue with the animal, and translating their opinions, needs, and feelings to you, but by also helping you to probe a bit deeper within yourself, and in some cases, by offering a guided meditation to facilitate the process


Diana believes that when we face those things we may be avoiding, we face our fears. As we become balanced, happy, and grow into the person we are meant to be, our animals become happy too. Diana says our animal companions are clever, complex beings capable of deep emotions and wisdom. But simply, they want us to become more present in our lives and more loving toward ourselves and others.

Being an empath and energetic healer, Diana begins every behavioral session with a psychic body scan. Diana physically feels what the animal feels. With permission from the animal, she enters their energy field to "view" the internal organs for inflammation, infection and energetic imbalances, and also intuit energetic blockages that may contribute to the emotional root cause of the physical ailment or the behavior problem. 


Diana does not diagnose. She may feel a blockage in the lower abdomen, for example, but not pinpoint "kidney stones." However, the valuable information and insights she can offer can be relayed to your veterinarian or may help you to choose a beneficial nutritional supplement.  


Diana specializes in cat and dog inappropriate "peeing and pooping" behaviors but has also been successful with separation anxiety, biting and aggressive behaviors, as well as other issues.  Her second book concerns the many causes of behavior problems.

What to expect from a communication session

Animals stay happy and healthier when their feelings and thoughts are expressed and understood. The reason for odd, aggressive or destructive behavior can be emotional or physical. A session will determine whether the "behavior problem" is a result of pain or physical illness, as animals will act out to get our attention, or if the issue is of an emotional nature. A chakra diagnosis will usually determine whether an emotional issue is theirs, or a mirror of yours.



If the behavior problem is emotional you will usually see an immediate change in your animal after a communication session. Sometimes you’ll feel the healing energy of the communication or notice your animal totally relax during the session, even if the session is done long distance, and even though you may not know when I am doing the session.

The animal may have an issue with you or might be reacting to a disturbance or conflict in the household. In some cases involving deep trauma, animal communication may not be enough, and Diana will employ EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) for you and /or your animal companion. This is a powerful tool for releasing negative emotions and fear on a cellular level. These 


Diana has have found that 90% of behavior problems have to do with the animal's person. When the person changes, the animal's behavior changes. These situations might also involve a few sessions. When our animals do reflect our unresolved issues, repressed emotions, those things we are not speaking out about or acknowledging, the behavior will not change unless the person resolves their issue on hand. 





Two or three sessions, if needed, are included in the fee within a TWO WEEK period.

There is no time limit on a session, as Diana will work as long as she feels it is needed. Sessions can be done in-person, but Diana usually works remotely, and afterward, she will either email her findings or schedule a time with you on the phone. 

SESSION ONE has three parts:


This consists of:

  • A General Reading, where Diana does an emotional assessment to establish the underlying emotional cause of the animal’s behavior or physical health condition. 

  •  A Psychic Body Scan to determine if the issue might be physical. Diana does not diagnose illnesses, and can only reveal what she feels in your companion's body.

  • Communication. Diana will telepathically address the behavior problem with your animal and listen to her/his viewpoint. Diana will ask your animal any questions you may have and ask what he or she wants to share with you, how he feels about the other family members, both two and four-leggeds in the household. 



  • Feedback and Validation: Results are not to be anticipated at this point. Diana will share her findings with you on the phone or email, and ask you to clarify what the animal has shared about his/her viewpoint, his/her feelings about family members and additional animals in the family. 



  • After Diana receives this feedback from you, she will once again talk to your animal, relaying to the animal your point of view, and continues with resolving the issue.

FOLLOW-UP SESSIONS, two and three, if needed:

  • After session one is over, Diana will ask you to inform her daily of any changes, if there are improvements, or not. If not, more probing and work may be needed, hence two or three additional sessions. These are done within the first two weeks.


  • If the animal's behavior is a reflection of you, you will need to carry through with the necessary changes you need to make. 

  • Additional FOLLOW-UPS: If additional sessions are requested after the first two weeks, there are additional charges. Often, a problem is immediately resolved but, as in dog training, there could be a relapse that requires further attention. The need for additional follow-ups can depend upon how deep-rooted the issue is, how willing you are to make the changes in your life that your animal has pointed out, how open you are to his/her opinions etc.



Payment is paid in full prior to the service.

There are no refunds, once the session has been done.

NOTE: Diana schedules in order as received, however, emergency lost or dying animals will take priority over behavioral problems.



STEP ONE: After sending payment confirmation, or contacting Diana through her website, Diana will provide her personal email address.

STEP TWO:  Send your info in a numbered vertical format (1. 2. 3. etc.) 

as below to Diana's personal email address,

Please send the info list with your animal's photo all in ONE email. 

Thank you for making it easier and faster for Diana to assist you.

Animal’s photo––best photos are those IN FOCUS, where the animal is looking into the camera, if possible

1. Name, Age

2. Gender

3. How long you've had him/her 

  (please simply say, for example, "8 years", instead of: Oct. 5, 1998 - July 4, 2006


5. State the Issue Briefly––please read the example below

6. How long your animal has been displaying this behavior––please read the example below

7. How often does your animal display this behavior?–– see the example below

8. A detailed description of behavior so Diana can address the issue to the animal––see example below


9.Names of and your relationship with other humans presently living in the house (i.e. Fred, husband) 

   If children, their ages.

   Names, species, and gender of all other animals in the household


10. Your telephone number

11. Your email address and full name



EXAMPLES for Numbers 5, 6, 7, and 8 Above

Every communicator works differently. Diana likes to begin with a clean slate to be certain that she is receiving accurate information directly from the animal and not from assumptions present in the mind.

Too much information can influence the mind and skew the accuracy of the findings.

Example # 5–––State the issue briefly:

Briefly say, "My cat is urinating in the home".

Do not say, "My cat is urinating in the home since my boyfriend moved in."

Example # 6: How long has animal been doing this:

You might say "3 months."

Do not say, "3 months, since the home caught on fire"

Example # 7: How often does your animal do this––

"a few times a week"

Do not say, "a few times since my mother-in-law moved in".

Example # 8: Describing the behavior: 

Instead of saying "He becomes aggressive with other dogs when we walk", tell me exactly what your animal does i.e. He lunges at other dogs showing his teeth, he turns in circles barking and crying", he bites without warning, etc.