Step into your truth.

Sarah Christine is a Licensed Soul Therapist and Spiritual Guide who helps clients break free from their past and step into their truth. With empathy and compassion, she provides support for issues such as codependency, self-sabotage, low self-worth, and dysfunctional family relationships. Sarah offers consistent, long-term guidance to promote lifelong healing and profound alignment in all areas of life. Her work creates less fear, a lighter heart, and more freedom to thrive.

Sarah Christine has been mentored by Deborah Skye King, CEO of the International Soul Therapy School and the World’s Leading Authority in Soul Therapy. Sarah Christine works with women globally online and teaches in Sedona, Arizona in her private studio.

Sarah Christine was a healer before she ever claimed to be one. For as long as she can remember, Sarah Christine cherished her connection to the earth and to all living beings. Through hours on end as a child, she sprawled on the grass, watched the stars, played with animals, and sensed the energy of others.

Sarah Christine always knew she was part of something bigger than herself…

Wounded by a family history of alcoholism, codependency, depression, and low self-worth, Sarah Christine decided to take full responsibility for her own healing at age 19. It was then that she broke free from generations of trauma and headed for Arizona.

Through more than a decade of deep inner work, Sarah Christine is following her calling to heal not only herself, but also the planet. Her vision is to co-create a world where future generations can thrive, trauma-free.

What can you expect when you partner with Sarah?

Sarah Christine’s gift is to help you break free from the past and step into your truth. She meets you where you are with empathy and compassion—creating a safe space for you to blossom into your authentic self with grace, strength, and confidence.

Sarah Christine can help you heal in mind, body, and soul from any of the following issues:

  • Wounds from dysfunctional family dynamics including abuse, neglect, addiction and codependency
  • Self-sabotaging habits with family, parenting, career, intimate relationships, and personal well-being
  • Feelings of disempowerment, low self-worth, and difficulty experiencing unconditional love

The result? Less fear, a lighter heart, and more freedom to evolve yourself and the planet into a state of joyful authenticity.

What’s next for Sarah

Sarah Christine is eager to expand her work throughout the world. She regularly supports clients all over North America and the United Kingdom. A lover of public speaking, she welcomes opportunities to speak internationally on her healing journey and the wisdom it’s given her. This aspiring mother envisions her future children joining her on her adventures throughout the world, so that they, too, can experience their deep kinship with all human beings and all of nature. Since moving to Sedona, Sarah Christine is living and pursuing her lifelong passions as a musician, piano teacher, and singer. She is expecting her first child in July 2020!

Ready to part ways with your suffering and step into your truth? Connect with Sarah to visit her in Sedona, Arizona or work with her in distance healing sessions and discover how she can support you on your path to healing and thriving.

1. What prompted you to begin a journey of self exploration?
As I ventured out into my college years and the corporate world, I knew something just didn’t feel right. There was something prompting me to take a look at what this feeling was inside of me that I couldn’t pinpoint or explain. It was like this yearning to keep digging and get to the bottom of whatever it was that was calling me to go there within myself. I carried this sense of ‘something’ about my life experience that was guiding me to something greater, but I had no clue what it was. It was too strong to ignore. I also knew that I was in pain and felt emotionally numb.
2. How did your family life shape how you viewed the world, prior to your journey of self-healing?
I learned that I wasn’t allowed to be myself, people weren’t emotionally safe, and that my needs as an individual didn’t matter and to expect others to accept you as you are was impossible. Everywhere I went it seemed there were pre-determined guidelines to live by, it was so limiting. I viewed the world as a place of survival, where struggle and disappointment is the norm, and that people are unreliable. I felt that I had to just work hard and do everything myself without any help, and that being vulnerable was a weakness because you only get hurt that way. I viewed the world as a masculine dominated space, that the feminine is weak, and that I, too, had to be masculine to make something of myself.
3. When did you realize that something was not right about your home life as a child?
I realized this very early in grade school. I sensed this tense, fearful energy in my home and within my family, especially around my dad. His presence dominated our home space, no one had a voice or space to express themselves or feel joyful and free. It was so suppressing, and a very controlled environment. There was very little joy, laughter, nurturing, or communication. It just felt very heavy and forced. There was a lot of self-abandonment and abuse going on. My dad had a temper, yelled a lot, just really unpredictable. It was like walking around on eggshells every day.
4. When did you start to realize you grew up in an unhealthy relationship as a family?
I think that I realized this when I was in 6th – 7th grade. I had switched schools, my grandma died, my mom had been sick with cancer for a little over a year, and my dad’s drinking and mood just kept getting worse. My mom seemed like life was just taken out of her, and my dad was angry and irritable all of the time. My brother had already moved out to begin high school at 14 years old an hour and a half away at the Illinois School for the Deaf. It was like our family unit just fell apart and we were co-existing in our own individual worlds completely alone. We were family by blood, but so disconnected from one another all going in different directions. It made for a very confusing and stressful dynamic.

When I was about 22 years old I discovered Adult Children of Alcoholics and it stunned me. I’ll never forget the self-realization that took place while reading an Adult Children of Alcoholics book. It was horrifying, yet liberating to understand why I felt the way I did, and that so many people are impacted by alcohol abuse from a parent (or partner) so deeply. Right then I knew I had a lot of work and healing to do for myself.

5. How did you view a mother/daughter relationship as you grew up until your late teens? Anything else you would like to add please do.
I viewed my mother/daughter relationship as very empty, there wasn’t an emotional connection. I yearned for one as a little girl, but I sensed this block and separation. I didn’t know this wasn’t normal. Mom was, well, ‘mom’. She cooked dinner, did the laundry, picked me up from school and took me to ballet class. The only advice I can consciously remember my mother ever giving me was “don’t settle” in regard to relationships, and any time my dad and I got into an argument and I was steaming afterwards, she would say “you don’t have to live with him forever.” I didn’t view her as someone I could really talk to. I never understood or knew what a healthy mother/daughter relationship was supposed to feel like. She died when I was 18 and it was like those years flew by before I was able to understand what had really happened between us.

What a profound joy it is to work with Sarah as part of her Soul Parent Spiritual Child™ Program! In just two short sessions, I already feel more clarity around who I want to be as a mother and how I want to honor myself as a woman. Sarah is brimming with knowledge on navigating the journey from preconception to motherhood. She has such an instinct for what I need to heal and thrive. Sarah is a rare gem, a remarkable guide, and a powerful, loving force. I highly recommend her to anyone who is ready to live from a place of integrity and unconditional love!

Alana H., - Phoenix, AZ

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