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Andie Hight is a talented psychic medium of two decades who has been named in 2022 and 2023 as Berkeley's Best Psychic Reader by This is quite an honor as 141 psychics were reviewed, 17 chosen as top picks, and Andie was named #1 out of those.


Recently, she was invited to participate in a study of eight mediums by the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in Petaluma, CA, and was the only U.S. medium invited to participate in a collaborative study between IONS and the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland.

Andie helps her clients connect with their dearly departed and she also does cross-roads readings to help her clients access their own higher wisdom and sense of direction and purpose. 


My reading with Andie was incredible. She created a calming environment for me, and was able to immediately connect to my loved ones. Her messages were comforting and were 100% accurate, providing names of family that had passed on and even mentioning family history that I wasn't even aware of and later confirmed with my mother. I can't recommend Andie enough for those that are struggling with a loss. -- Sarah in Oakland

Andie has amazing intuitive abilities. I find it fascinating that she’s able to access past lives and ancient wisdom through her spirit guide Dancing Eagle. She’s also a gifted Medium. She contacted my departed grandmother and father and there is no way she could have known what she relayed to me during that session. I’m convinced she’s the real deal. Andie is truly gifted and the insights I’ve gained with her during various sessions are priceless. -- Barb in Connecticut

I immediately trusted Andie because she held a humble respect and made me feel that the reading was for my empowerment. I appreciated how she took the time to write out the reading and share it with me. She made me feel safe and cared for which made the delivery of the reading impactful and positive. I would highly recommend Andie. I've been following her suggestions and they've been helping with my goals within only a couple of days. -- Alison in San Francisco

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