Creating a Stronger Connection to Yourself and Others with Sherridan (Online)

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Do you sometimes feel a disconnect with yourself or a loneliness even when you are with other people? 

We all long to feel connected and have warm and interesting conversations with the people around us – though sometimes we can feel not listened to or cannot remember what was said by other people.

This class will give you tools to be able to explore your inner world to discover what matters to you and how to express this to others so we feel seen and heard.

What will we cover?

We will cover the experience of being seen, heard and and how to hear others fully.

This will include seeing things just as they are, hearing as it is being told and listening without being influenced by habitual attitudes, prejudices, bias, judgements or other’s opinions. 

Things to think about prior to the class:

  • How do you see yourself?
  • Are you yourself with other people?
  • How do you see the world around you? 

This session is influenced by Sherridan’s concept called “Keys of Thinking”.

          What will you need?

          • All you need to do is be present and curious and ready to discover the joys of being seen and heard. 
          • Pen & Paper 


          • Closed Captions
          • Early Bird Cheap Tickets
          • Free Tix for First Nation Attendees
          • Auslan Interpreter Upon Request 

          Who will be teaching? 

          Sherridan Green (she/her) has worked as a Gestalt psychotherapist since 2012. 

          She has also completed studies in philosophy, existentialism and has lived experience of dyslexia. 

          Sherridan works with clients to develop their awareness of who and how they are in the world, understanding vital areas of their lives, including emotional development, identity, responses to the world, living skills, and capacity for self-responsibility.

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