Mary [aka Mary Marshall, Mary Harris] Clouse is an animal communicator and intuitive healer from central Indiana.
Since 2000, Mary has worked with professional racehorse trainers, veterinarians and pet owners in helping them understand their animals. She has assisted in determining the causes of behavior and performance problems, worked with law enforcement officials on crime cases, aided veterinarians in pinpointing health problems in all types of animals, facilitated emotional healing in animals and their human companions, and provided messages from deceased pets to grieving owners.
Mary has taught beginner- and advanced-level workshops both locally and nationally. She has been featured on “Across Indiana” on WFYI, which showcased her, her work, and Natalie the Medicine Horse—a segment nominated for an Emmy. She has been a guest on WIBC in Indianapolis and WLW in Cincinnati, as well as appeared on a segment of Fox 59’s “Pet Nanny 911” with Joni Michaels. She has been featured in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, Indianapolis Pet Quarterly, and The Missourian magazines. She is a frequent public speaker and headliner for pet events throughout the country and assists shelters and rescue groups with fundraising.
Mary is the author of Medicine Horse Woman: Lessons on Spirituality and Healing from an Animal Communicator, as well as a semi-monthly e-newsletter. Her work has been published by the Central Indiana Kennel Club and the American Bashkir Curly Registry.