Slightly obsessed with the strange and unusual. Sarah Soderlund is a forensic psychology and parapsychology researcher who specializes in scientific and supernatural forms of criminal profiling and behavior assessment. Sarah is a wife, mother of two young boys and balances family life with psychology research and educational studies. Sarah Soderlund is a published author and graduate student focusing on psychopathy of the violent offender and transpersonal psychology. You can find Sarah working with clients whom have had extreme hauntings, exorcisms or even doing assessments and research on those who have committed unthinkable crimes. Soderlund has been featured on A&E “An American Haunting” and has investigated worldwide as a student affiliate to the Parapsychological Association in more than 11 countries.
Sarah Soderlund obtained her Masters in Forensic Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and is currently studying independently to complete here PsyD with a focus on psychopathy and neuropsychological studies. Sarah recently finished an honors mentor program and Law Enforcement program with the state of Minnesota. Her undergraduate focus includes a BA in Criminal Justice, BA in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She became a licensed hypnotherapist and holistic practitioner in 2011 after having worked more than a decade in social services. Her first published book, “Haunted by the Abyss” in 2015 highlights some of the spiritual life events that have fueled Sarah’s continued passion in understanding the mysteries of the unknown. Through her Forensic Psychology podcast on Intrepid Radio, lectures nationwide and psychological research, Sarah Soderlund hopes to change the realm of forensic psychology.
Click here to listen to Sarah Soderlund’s recent feature as guest on the Halloween Special Broadcast on Coast to Coast AM LIVE with Darkness Dave Schrader. Ghost stories, paranormal discussion and talk of the book, Haunted by the Abyss.