Whether it be for educational, personal or professional development, Sharni uses an experiential approach that gets to the core of your obstacles, challenges and aspirations quickly and effortlessly.
Sharni works in schools and in private practice with children focusing on themes such as friendship, empathy, resilience, body image, bullying and other themes that can improve their level of wellbeing whilst at school. Developing life skills using the psychodramatic/sociodramatic process encourages children to communicate and collaborate with one another, using their creativity and spontaneity. The result is greater confidence, compassion and cohesiveness as they come up in themselves to solve the problems they face in their learning environment together.
Sharni's expertise is working with the women through their life transitions, educators, and people in creative fields. She explores the themes that emerge naturally in the group in an engaging, active process, connecting her clients to their thoughts, feelings and actions. The result is that they discover fresh perspectives, new strategies and greater potential for change in their professional or personal life through the answers that emerge from within them.