Online Courses with The Kerulos Learning Institute
Two new educational offerings are now available from The Kerulos Center, A Meeting of Minds and Inner Sanctuary. These webinar intensives are taught in succession by Kerulos executive director Dr. Gay Bradshaw beginning March 30, 2013. The courses are grounded in Dr. Bradshaw's research and writings in trans-species psychology and are the foundation for additional courses offered through The Kerulos Learning Institute. Learn More.
Sacred Bones, Educational Journeys of Transformation
Sacred Bones is a new interdisciplinary education and environmental ethics program that integrates science, law, and conservation. Topical modules focus on an endangered species such as sea turtle, tiger, whale, macaw, and others. As an experiential "journey," students explore the story of an animal who has been illegally caught and killed. Explore the Sacred Bones website.
Star Throwers: Kerulos 2012 Yearbook
As a gift to our supporters, The Kerulos Center is proud to announce its first annual yearbook, Star Throwers. The yearbook showcases the accomplishments of our community, individuals who are committed to stand with the animals.
In the words of Winston Churchill, "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." Read more.
Bearing Witness: Fred and Bunny
"Until then, this house is empty." That's how Fred Salber describes the loss of his friend, Bunny, after eight years together. Read his and Bunny's story in this issue of Bearing Witness, The Kerulos Center's feature that focuses on the stories of individual animals and the people who know them. Read more.
Animal Aid Unlimited: Rescue in the Streets of Udaipur, India
The current issue of Trans-species Living: Insights features Jim Myers and family, and the rescue and shelter they established twelve years ago in Daipur, Rajasthan, India. Jim describes their trans-species odyssey, how by changing their personal human lives, the lives of thousands of animal kin were transformed from the emptiness of indifference to the heart of recognition. Read more.
Being Sanctuary, Creating Sanctuary
Being Sanctuary is a new Kerulos Center program that teaches how to transform your home and community into sanctuary. A 12-module course, Creating Home Sanctuary, provides a step-by-step guide for cultivating healthy, compassionate living with animals. The course curriculum is structured around 10 Principles of Being Sanctuary that are based on the science of trans-species psychology, trauma recovery, and conflict resolution. Explore the Being Sanctuary website.
Avian Care and Recovery ProgramIntegrating science and sanctuary to aid traumatized parrots. Read more.