Complete your project with clarity and precision.


Sarah Farash Consulting offers a variety of services to help you increase your knowledge and move your project off of your to-do list to completion. I am honored to serve a variety of students, academics, and professionals.


Academic faculty and professional client needs range from one-time proofreading services to multiple months of project refinement, copy editing, and data analysis support.

High-school and adult student needs range from one-time study skills support to multiple months of subject tutoring or test preparation.

I absolutely love helping doctoral students understand their data sets, conduct their analyses, and think through the implications of their results. Package pricing available!

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Feeling overwhelmed? I can help!

The lives of students, professors, and professionals all have their own variety of exciting and daunting moments.

Are you a student who is struggling to keep up with all of your readings and projects? Are you a professor or professional having difficulty keeping pace with projects on your timeline?

I offer virtual and in-person packaging designed to address each client’s specific needs and goals. I love helping my clients move through challenges transforming adversity into appreciation and success!


Consulting Services

I am a developmental writing and research consultant. I work predominantly with doctorate and Ph.D. students as well as with faculty. My services include a variety of editing support and quantitative analysis planning and implementation.

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Fill out a form describing the support you are looking for. Services and fees are customizable to meet your specific needs. Dissertation/thesis spots fill up quickly in the spring and summer!

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Personal Reflections

One of the most valuable writing tips I received was to create a reverse outline of my own work. Read more about the simple magic of reverse outlining in my most recently blog entry.

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How You Write…

Writing is an iterative process. The ebb and flow of ideas and our ability to communicate clearly in writing is influenced by our inner and outer environments. How we write, including where we sit and the way we engage others for feedback, can help us reduce feelings of inadequacy, clarify our message, and develop confidence as writers.


"You write to communicate to the hearts and minds of others what's burning inside you, and we edit to let the fire show through the smoke."

Arthur Plotnik