About Me

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Accreditations

Diplomas as a Holistic Practitioner, Life Coach and Spiritual Psychotherapy 

Sacred African plant-based medicine IBOGA, and Bwiti tradition from Gabon Africa, studies under 10th generation Shaman Moughenda

Education:

Transformational Arts College, Toronto, Canada.

"My biggest passions are helping others uncover their potential and find happiness. I want to support and celebrate all your successes. It is a high honor to walk alongside you, hold space for you as you heal, discover yourself, and create the life that you want."

When you deal with private and personal issues of the heart, mind, and soul, engaging with an authentic and intelligent human while also being fun-loving and down-to-earth is crucial. That is Sherry's greatest gift as a therapist. Her wild sense of humor, combined with a direct approach, helps to challenge her clients in a positive way, creating a comfortable and safe atmosphere for those who are ready to receive the healing they desire.

 

Born and raised in a small Canadian country town and with an active lifestyle that includes walking, dance, and yoga, she naturally responds to nature and all the creatures that exist in it, especially cats. Sherry has been on her own personal healing journey and has done an extensive amount of work around healing her own trauma and abuse on a personal level, which has led her to a greater understanding, self-compassion and empowerment when working with her clients. Her journey has led to extensive world travel through Canada, Southeast Asia, Africa, Europe, and America, in search of key aspects of natural healing techniques and remedies for her own development and those around her.

 

Over the last 20 years,  she has kept up with her studies and personal work/healing. She has obtained diplomas as a Holistic Practitioner, Life Coach and Spiritual Psychotherapy program from the Transformational Arts College, Toronto, Canada.  Since 2018, she has studied a sacred African plant-based medicine IBOGA, and the tradition it comes from; Bwiti tradition, which means the study of life.  She worked closely with a team and mentor for three years and helped open up a retreat center in Mexico from 2019-2020. Along with vast experience in the services and corporate industries, her private practice enables her to follow her passion and dreams of helping others heal and continue her work with IBOGA by offering sacred plant medicine ceremonies and retreats for individuals and couples and groups sessions.

 

Understanding the impact that trauma has on emotional, physical, and mental health and by identifying root causes of negative limiting beliefs, depression, and anxiety, and then releasing these old traumas of the past, you create room for solutions and inspire positive change to your present state of mind.

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • PTSD

  • Grief

  • Self-esteem

  • Abandonment issues

  • Abuse (physical, sexual, emotional &/or mental)

  • Guilt

  • Shame

  • Anger

  • Fear

  • Negative thinking patterns

  • Physical healing

  • Generational clearing - family of origin issues

  • Guidance for major life shifts

  • Feeling stuck

  • OCD

  • ADHD

  • Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, binging, laxatives, pica, restrictive food intake)

  • Addictions (alcohol, sex, drugs-prescription or recreational, gambling, porn, TV, internet, shopping, smoking, food, exercise, relationship/ love, cosmetic surgeries)

  • Trauma (Combat, terrorism, held hostage or imprisoned, natural or man-made disasters, diagnoses for life threatening illness, torture.)

  • Self-harm - (cutting, picking, scratching, pulling out hair, biting incl nails)

  • Suicidal or are having thoughts

  • Major Accidents

Let's work together!

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