C20A0629 - Allen Sakon
Allen Sakon

Issues and needs

Occupational specialties


Allen is a CFT-I™ Professional, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, and a licensed CPA. She began her career at Arthur Andersen specializing in taxation for organizations and high-wealth individuals. However, an internal project in change management at Accenture led her to research organizational behavior and entrepreneurship and, ultimately, to build her own business. For a decade, that kept her busy managing all aspects of marketing, sales, manufacturing, logistics, accounting, and recruiting.
At the same time, she was mom and primary home educator for her three girls. When her girls were ready, with their ability to reason firmly founded and their creativity intact, they transitioned to a traditional school where Allen served in a volunteer capacity in the office of Advancement. In that role, she was a founding member of the Planned Giving Council, where she worked with a panel of eleven other professionals alongside the Head of School and Chancellor, to secure funds for the school endowment and provide access to wise, long-term financial planning.
Several years ago, a life transition stirred a desire in her to serve people in transition through financial life planning. Today she works with clients to answer two questions – How much is enough? and What does my best life look like? Answering the first question is traditional financial planning. Answering the second is powerful. Aligning the two can be transformational.
In her spare time, she is a dedicated distance runner, completing her first marathon in 2020, but the half marathon remains her favorite distance. Allen knows the value of training with intention, and she has found the best way to weather the storms of life is by careful coaching and planning to align your resources with your heart goals to provide some peace in the midst of change. That is her passion.
Allen balances her life by laughing with her girls, playing with her pups, running, reading, enjoying good coffee, watching too many documentaries, learning new things, and finding beauty in the world.

Professional Specialty Areas

Issues and needs

Occupational specialties






Racial Identities

About the Practitioner

Primary Professional Orientation


Delivery Method




Service Area

Type of Service

Coaching, Therapy, Financial Planning, Accounting, Estate Planning

Practitioner Gender


Fee Structure

Flat fee

Practitioner Designations and Qualifications

Financial Therapy Designations

Certified Financial Therapist Level I - CFT-I™

Mental Health Designations

Financial Designations

Certified Financial Planner, Certified Public Accountant


Masters in Financial Planning

Similar FTs

4x5a9163-edit - Louise Legg (1)
Dr Louise Legg
Valere Counselling
Addictions, Trauma, Grief, Compulsive spending, Anxiety, Depression, Cross social class marriages/relationships, Wealth inequality within the family system, Stress, Family conflict, Anger management, Financial secrets
Business Owners, Doctors/Dentists, Academics, Therapists, Digital nomads
Coaching, Therapy
Mental health
IMG_3144 - Bradley Hansen
Bradley Hansen
New Lift LLC
Relationships/Family, Trauma, Grief, Compulsive spending, Anxiety, Depression, Children and Adolescents, Disability/Ability, LGBTQ2, Cross social class marriages/relationships, Wealth inequality within the family system, Interracial/intercultural relationships and marriage, Stress, Family conflict
Business Owners, Doctors/Dentists, Attorneys, Therapists, Labour and trade based careers, Teachers, Artists, Service industry, Tech, Military and First Responders, Sales, Real estate, Family Businesses/Family Enterprises
200xHeadshot - Kevin Coleman
Kevin Coleman
Connected Therapy Practice
Relationships/Family, Addictions, Anxiety, Stress, Family conflict
Business Owners, Doctors/Dentists, Attorneys, Therapists, Sales, Real estate
Mental health