Psychic since childhood, Sherrie has been a professional psychic, medium and medical intuitive, for over thirty-five years.
She is the author of the best-selling, Discover Your Psychic Type, You Are a Medium, a memoir, I’ve Never Met A Dead Person I Didn’t Like and seven other books which have been translated into twelve languages.
Sherrie has been featured on national television for her work as a psychic detective in the Stephanie Bennett cold case murder. She is a frequent contributor to Om-Times magazine and her writings have been featured in such publications as Glamor magazine, Huffington Post and the Yahoo HomePage. Sherrie's love of service combined with her intuitive ability has catapulted her intuitive practice around the globe. She has given over 55,000 readings worldwide.
In addition to Sherrie’s work as a professional psychic, medium and author, she has devoted her time and energy to helping others in diverse populations in unique settings. She has helped to house and feed the poor and homeless in New York City, and in San Jose and San Francisco, CA. She has built simple water systems in Indian villages in the mountains of southern Mexico and Guatemala and created art therapy programs in treatment centers for troubled youth in North Carolina and Georgia.
Sherrie holds a B.S. in Psychology and an M.Div. in New Thought pastoral counseling and metaphysics. She has taught intuition development classes at Duke University, Miraval Resort and in Europe, Costa Rica and Mexico. Her passion for the fusion of intuition, spirituality and conscious self-growth has made her a popular speaker and teacher at retreats and conferences.
Originally from Massachusetts, Sherrie has made Durham, North Carolina her home for the past twenty-five years. She can often be found walking along the river with her two dogs, Busta and Holland. Her daughter, Mariah, a high school English teacher, and two granddaughters also live in North Carolina. Her son, Aiden, an artist, lives in NYC, New York.
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