- October 12, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Presenters: Sheri Reda
Those of us in helping professions are sensitive and caring–but we don’t always sound that way. In this age of identity, the words we use to describe others can wind up being unintentionally hurtful. Communicating clearly and kindly requires an understanding of current concepts regarding ethnicity, culture, race, and gender. This three-hour workshop will offer a primer to these concepts along with opportunities to reflect on the issues they bring up.
About the Instructor:
Sheri Reda is a writer, editor, and performer whose three Master’s degrees—in Modern Letters, Religions and the Arts, and Information Sciences—support her voracious appetite for creative endeavor. Sheri is also a certified Master Life-Cycle Celebrant whose personalized weddings, memorials, and other ceremonies have been rated among the best in the United States. Her commissioned work includes the recently published Life-Cycle Celebrations: Ceremonies for Your Whole Life. Her stories have energized programs at live-lit venues throughout the Chicago area. She also serves on the Board of the Jung Center.