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06
OCT
2013

An Enchanted Love

A love story set in the Himalaya mountains. Extracts from my 2nd book by Sherry Marshall Sydney CBD and Northern Beaches Process Therapist and Relationships Counsellor The dazzling rays of the sun glinted golden as they briefly touched the wing of the plane, as it dipped and...
22
AUG
2013

Inner Transformation through Meditation and Inner Work

      As a therapist and counsellor based in Sydney, I feel that Inner transformation starts with inner work and meditation. In Process therapy and Buddhism the method of working is also the goal. In developing the ability to live completely in every moment, this is the path...
20
JUL
2013

The Journey of Love

Oh sometimes how we yearn for love, dreaming of our beloved who appears to us. Like looking in a mirror and seeing the unknown aspects of ourselves, reflecting back to us. We fall in love, yet it is not called falling for nothing! We fall out of our rational, thinking minds and...
27
APR
2013

Longing for Real Relationship

Longing for Real Relationship- with or without a partner, with Sherry Marshall. May 2010 Hobart Many of us often have a longing for real relationship, whether we are with or without a partner. Whether we are in an intimate relationship with someone or not, we may experience many...
16
APR
2013
Relationship counselling & psychology - how to deal with relationships, emotions and conflicts

Relationships

       RELATIONSHIPS This article about Relationships, Conflict Resolution and Marriage Counselling was written for a Buddhist and Psychology conference held at a retreat centre, outside of Melbourne.  Sherry Marshall, a Sydney relationships therapist, marriage...
01
NOV
2012
how to understand groups of different people. Counselors and therapists must have a deeper understanding of groups to effectively build and train them

Understanding and Facilitating Groups

Understanding and facilitating groups is vital if we intend to work with groups. Why do we sometimes feel more nervous about leading groups, than working with individuals? Group work can feel more complex, not only because there are more people! Simply stated, similar to...