Sherrie is an author, psychic-medium, counselor and teacher. Psychic since childhood, she has been a professional psychic for over twenty years and has clients in Europe, Latin America, South America, Australia, Canada, the Middle East as well as the United States. She is the author of the best-selling Discover Your Psychic Type, (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2008) of which Business Reed Information said: Lifelong psychic Dillard (intuition development, Duke Univ.) offers up a genuinely satisfying work on developing psychic abilities well beyond the typical if-I-can-do-it, you-can-too!
Her latest book Love and Intuition (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2010) explores how to develop intuition in one of the most spiritual aspects of life: love and relationships. Steven Forrest, author of Inner Sky and said to be the most brilliant astrologer alive wrote: Love and Intuition is far more than a book about how to use your intuition to find meaningful intimacy. What impressed me even more was how Sherrie Dillard demonstrates the natural teamwork between human affection and psychic sensitivity. In her world, the two feed on each other and ultimately cannot be separated. This synergy not only deepens love, but also keeps intuition free of ego’s distorting demons.
Her writing has also appeared in Glamour.com, Belief.net, Yahoo Homepage, Single Women Rule, New Age Journal and on Wellness.com and HitchedMag.com Featured on television, radio and print for her work a psychic detective and medium, Sherrie has used her psychic abilities to uncover information in murder and missing person investigations for police departments in California, North Carolina and Florida, most notably working with the Raleigh NC police detectives, in solving the Stephanie Bennett murder.
She has taught intuition development classes at Duke University and her passion for the fusion of intuition, spirituality and conscious self growth have made her a popular speaker and teacher at retreats and conferences both nationally and internationally.
Sherrie holds a B.S. in Psychology and M.Div. in New Thought pastoral counseling.