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Caroline trained in 1984 in Holistic Aromatherapy with Robert Tisserand, and then went on to create a new field working with essential oils and animals. She is considered a visionary and is the founder of Applied Zoopharmacognosy and the Ingraham Method of Innate Medicine (IMIM) that encompasses over four decades of pioneering work in animal self-medication and aromatic medicine.
An accomplished author, lecturer, and teacher, Caroline's expertise delves into ethology, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacology, particularly relating to animals engaging in self-medication. Her achievements span a diverse array of species. Caroline's profound observational research has made her a sought-after expert, featured in renowned media outlets.
Her literary contributions include impactful works like "Animal Self Medication" (2019), "Help Your Dog Heal Itself" (2018), and "How Animals Heal Themselves" (2014), demonstrating her passion and commitment to sharing her wealth of knowledge.
Her influence extends to international conferences and lectures, where she has presented at prestigious institutions such as the Royal Veterinary College Zoological Society in London, the University of Bristol, and the Hay Festival.
Caroline has made significant contributions to research, leaving an indelible mark on the global understanding of animal self-medication. Her insights and discoveries can be found in publications like Psychologies Magazine, The Veterinary Times, and Your Horse Magazine, demonstrating her commitment to educating and enlightening the public.
With upcoming contributions in Professor Jacobus de Roode's book on Animal Medication (2024), Caroline's legacy as a trailblazer in the field continues to evolve, inspiring future generations in the fascinating intersection of animals and healing. Caroline has now created her online Masterclass series and teaches a professional diploma training.