Sarah is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC).  She deftly delivers revealing insights with compassion and wit, and creates action plans for her clients that accomplish their personal and professional goals. Sarah’s consulting strategies lead her clients to heightened self-awareness, increased focus and reduced stress, as they navigate changes in their lives.  Sarah is also a Reiki Master healer, Psychic-Medium and author of “The Drowning of a Seaside City” and “Spiritual Healing 101”.

Sarah relocated her coaching practice in October 2014 from Brookfield, Connecticut to Stuart, Florida.  In addition to new Florida clients, Sarah continues to help her Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts clients move through change to peace and wellness.


Sarah is a 3rd-generation spiritual healer and intuitive with a Masters in Reiki and Shamballa healing modalities.  She is a Certified Professional Coach, and creator and host of the popular “A Psychic Gallery” held throughout Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts.

Sarah has published two books: a spiritual book, “Spiritual Healing 101” and “The Drowning of a Seaside City”, about Bridgeport, Connecticut’s financial crisis.  They are available on Amazon.com.

Originally a home economics major, Sarah is a well organized, computer and operations professional with over 35 years experience in business operations and efficiencies, computer reporting systems design and training.  Spending most of her career in corporate America, Sarah has worked for GE, Black & Decker, City of Bridgeport, Drake Beam Morin and IBM; working in Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, and IT.  Her undergraduate degree is from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.

She has been a member of the Bridgeport Salvation Army Advisory Board on its Executive Committee for over 32 years; was a member of the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in charge of marketing; has directed spiritual healing videos for Public Access TV for Trinity Productions; directed and stage-managed local theater productions for Stratford’s UU Putney Players; organized and led the IBM National Engineering Week program for the Salvation Army’s youngsters at risk; and was a Junior Achievement advisor for GE’s multiple award-wining JA companies.

Sarah has clients in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Florida, helping them identify areas of improvement, and moving them through change to peace, wellness and profits.


At IBM, as a contractor for 10 years, Sarah designed and developed reporting systems and training for: Resource Transition Programs, Finance, marketing programs budget and Profit system.  She was acting financial analyst and assisted in an acquisition transition.
At Drake Beam Morin Sarah managed the operation of the New York City Manhattan Executive Office, including personnel, budget, and improved day to day operations.
As the City of Bridgeport’s Director of Management Information Systems (MIS aka IT), Sarah automated nine key departments, developed and published systems documentation and upgraded the Computer Room to state of the art while reducing the IT operating budget by 26% – demonstrating her fiscal and management efficiencies.
At Black & Decker’s Household Products, Sarah designed systems and informational reporting on commission sales, forecasting, budgets, sales incentive and marketing programs, cooperative advertising, customer inventory and trained personnel on these systems.
At General Electric’s Housewares business, Sarah automated the Sales field with personal computers, designed reports, systems, computer training programs and trained personnel in the use of PC’s and their reporting systems.

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