Career Profile

Sandi Harmer. “Israurlei” is the owner of Rainbow’s Beginnings, Author and Medium. She teaches Spiritual Intuitive Development and Mediumship Development Classes as well as several healing modalities. Sandi is Divine Creator of Light Focused Imagination Therapy, Integrated Energy Therapy® Master/Instructor and is a Certified Anger Solutions™ Master Trainer for the Canadian Association of Anger Solutions Professionals. If you are wanting to explore/develop your intuitive abilities please inquire about Spiritual Intuitive Development classes and Mediumship Development classes”

Sandi is an international inspirational speaker with over 37 years of experience creating and facilitating workshops for women on building a healthier lifestyle: Self-esteem, Assertiveness training, Skills for Change and Anxiety. She is a published author of a training manual Women Juggling Roles: Skills for Change which has sold worldwide and is a contributing author to the book Highs and Lows Women and Substance Use released by Canadian Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)  in 2007. Her work with children has spanned over 40 years through individual and group counselling. She created the Children’s Drug Abuse Prevention Program and published the manual which also has sold worldwide. She wrote, hosted and produced an award winning children’s television show, The Jellybeans Show.

 

She is also the published author of a children’s book, Grumblies and Rainbows In Crayonland (2008) as well as Rainbow Connection Inspirational Cards for Kids (2010) Baico Publishing Inc. She is also a published poet in 2 books of Canadian Poetry: Island Moments and Shadows of the Dawn

 

 

 

Her work has earned her the honour of receiving the Community Builder Award (United Way/Centraide). Her name is inscribed on The Wall of Inspiration at Ottawa City Hall. She was the winner of the Femmy Award in Ottawa for Outstanding Feminist Achievements in working with women and children 2014.

She has been nominated for the Women of Distinction Award (National Capital Region) in Education, Training and Development as well as the First Annual Dr Dan Offord’s Excellency Award for working with children.

 

Sandi now lives in Kanata and is the mother of two children and 7 grandchildren.