- What thoughts keep you from experiencing joy in your life, relationships and work?
- What fears keep you from compassionate, decisive action?
- What beliefs stop you from seeing the abundance of options that are available to you?
We can spend our whole lives trying to change other people and the world, thinking things should be different than they are and living out of beliefs that we have never stopped to really question for ourselves.
Stressful thinking, unresolved issues, limiting beliefs and fears can keep us from fully engaging in our lives, our relationships and our work in the world. Join us for an engaging, powerful and nourishing experience where we will work with the beliefs and patterns that keep you stuck and hold you back.
This retreat is for women and men who want to take some time to work effectively and compassionately with the places you are finding yourself stressed or stuck, and find more freedom, clear thinking and peace for yourself. You will learn how to use an accessible and effective tool, known as The Work, for both yourself and in working with others.
Note to Gluten-Free Attendees: Registration includes workshop, materials, coffee/tea/drinks. Limited options for gluten-free snacks and/or lunch at nearby cafeteria at UVic.
Celiac Counsellor’s Corner* is a place where Sherry Scheideman, M.A., Registered Clinical Counsellor, responds to your questions about the emotional and social issues that celiacs face. Diagnosed with celiac disease herself in 2001 in Victoria, BC, Sherry draws upon personal experiences and a Master’s Degree in Counseling to support you in transcending this ‘life transition’ and turning it into an opportunity to live your best life – ever. Sherry writes about issues that we as celiacs face. The following topics have been addressed:
- Celiac Counsellor’s Corner – A New Addition to The Celiac Scene
- Has Celiac Disease Made You a Better Person?
- How to Be Assertive About Your GF Dietary Needs
- The Gift of Limitations
- Celiac Disease – Crash Course in Adapting to Change
- Simple Tricks to Help Us Cope with Celiac Disease
- Self-Care for Celiacs: It’s not Selfish – It’s Necessary
- How to Find Gratitude in Difficult Celiac Situations
- Having a Child with Celiac Disease Can Be Difficult for Parents
- What to Do When Being Gluten Free Feels Unfair
- Getting ‘Glutened’ is Going to Happen
- Celiacs: Want to travel but worry about finding safe food?
- Are Celiac Disease, Autoimmmune Disorders & Trauma Related?
- My 9 yr old was diagnosed end of June
- To the celiac who sometimes can’t stand herself
- My travel companions pressure me to make quick decisions
- I’ve always been a very anxious person, and now that I’ve been diagnosed
- Celiac disease presents each of us with our own unique set of pains
- Want to get off the cycle of pain?
- About Sherry Scheideman
- What happens in a session?
- Not in Victoria? No Problem. Sherry does Skype
- Be inspired – Sherry’s Blog
- Sherry Scheideman on Facebook
- Contact Form
- Phone: 250-884-2851
- Have you been struggling to adjust?
- CLICK HERE to leave a comment or ask Sherry a question
- Her replies are posted every Monday at 1pm PST on facebook.com/TheCeliacScene
- *Information and perspectives provided in Celiac Counsellor’s Corner are intended to provide general information, without independent verification on the part of The Celiac Scene of the accuracy of the information provided to it, and the information is specifically not intended to be a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment by your physician or other health care professional. You should always consult your own physician or other health care professionals about any medical questions, diagnosis, or treatment, especially before trying any diet. The Celiac Counsellor’s Corner does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on any content contained herein.