Sherri offers grief counseling as well as trauma and crisis for adult individuals.
Sherri is a Licensed Associate Counselor. She earned a BS degree from South Dakota State University, and two Master of Science degrees, one in Counseling and Human Development and another in Child and Family Studies, where she was twice published in her research. Sherri has worked with teen birth mothers and their families for LDS Family Services, counseled victims of rape and domestic violence at The Compass Center in South Dakota, and taught courses at her alma matter, SDSU. She has given many presentations in marriage, parenting, depression, anxiety and adoption.
Additionally, her specialties include grief and loss. Along with professional training in grief, she experienced personal grief after losing her husband of 40 years to cancer. Sherri is highly qualified to help cancer survivors and family members who have lost their loved ones in what she has stated is, “one of the hardest things a person can experience in life.”
Sherri loves the word “choose” and enjoys helping her clients develop the ability to see and consider more options that don’t at first seem apparent, which can help clients progress successfully through life’s challenges.
Sherri has enjoyed living in many parts of the country and has family located all over. Sherri is proud of her 5 adult children, and of her 19 grandchildren – she loves spending time with all of them. She also enjoys reading, sewing and going for walks.