Past Events with Sherry, RCC
Living with Celiac Disease
September 27, 2017 at the Bruce Hutchison Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library
Register now at https://www.gvpl.ca/event/living-with-celiac-disease/ or call 250-940-GVPL (4875) for more information.
Get tips on how to manage the social and emotional challenges that accompany this autoimmune disorder. Presented by Sherry Scheideman, a registered clinical counsellor with celiac disease.
Rawthentic Eatery is generously giving us some gluten free snacks! Thank you, Rawthentic! You rawk!
Registration is required.
Simple Changes to Improve Your Parenting
April 20, 2017 at the Oak Bay Library
Register now at gvpl.ca or call 250-940-GVPL (4875) for more information.
In this free 90-minute evening workshop, registered clinical counsellor Sherry Scheideman will help you learn ways to improve your relationship with your child so you can manage challenging behaviour, keep your child on track, and be a parent your child wants to turn to.
This workshop is based on developmental psychologist Gordon Neufeld’s Six Stages of Attachment, and renowned Family Therapist Susan Stiffelman’s methods of applying these stages to our own parenting.
This workshop is suitable for parents of any age of children -- babies, school kids, teens, or even adults. You will simply gain tools to improve your relationship.
Exploring Anger Group
THIS GROUP IS FULL! THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.
Registered clinical counsellor Sherry Scheideman co-facilitates this group, which is for people who have difficulty either expressing or controlling their anger. Through experiential and educational exercises, handouts, and discussions, we explore how we experience, respond to, feel about, and are aware of our anger, and how it manifests itself. Group members look at emotions that underlie, affect, and suppress our anger. We examine our beliefs about what anger is, and what it isn't. Communication skills are practiced as a means of expressing anger respectfully, and practical tools are offered as an aid to exploring and dealing with our anger.