Sherry understands that when conflict happens, it often impacts all areas of life. With more than twenty years of civil and family law experience, she brings clarity, compassion, and curiosity. A highly sought after speaker and trainer, audiences appreciate her authenticity, warmth, and humor. An expert in conflict transformation, she sparks leaders and organizations to create peace, resolve conflict, and transform visions into results.
Although she remembers helping people understand each other as early as early as fifth grade, Sherry’s first official mediations took place at the Ramsey County courthouse in St. Paul back in 1998. A licensed attorney, Sherry has served as a mediator on business, family, and organizational matters ranging from aging parents, custody and contracts to bias, discrimination, and employment termination. She also provides personal peace coaching, as well as consulting with businesses and organizations on conflict. Of course, businesses and organizations enjoy bringing her into speak with and train their leaders and team members. She offers very engaging and interactive keynotes and workshops so your audience walks away with the skills and confidence to take action.
A graduate of Hamline University CLA and William Mitchell College of Law, Sherry serves on the Minnesota Supreme Rule 114 List of Qualified Neutrals. Sherry has served as an adjunct law professor, a diversity and inclusion trainer and studied conflict resolution at Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School in Jerusalem.
As an experienced mediator, who practiced civil and family law for nearly twenty years, she witnesses the time, money, emotional energy exhausted in litigation, and understands the long-term damage to relationships when you avoid important conversations. Sherry believes you hold the personal power to create peace, and enjoys giving you the skills and confidence to do so.
Clients also benefit from her certification through the Brave Thinking Institute as a Transformational Coach and Life Mastery Consultant.
Although she remembers helping people understand each other as early as early as fifth grade, Sherry’s first official mediations took place at the Ramsey County courthouse in St. Paul back in 1998.
A licensed attorney, Sherry has served as a mediator on business, family, and organizational matters ranging from caring for aging parents, custody and contracts to bias, discrimination, and employment termination.
Most people in conflict tell me they want to be seen, heard, and understood. When you are in the throes of disagreement, it is sometimes difficult to acknowledge someone else when you do not feel understood yourself.
That is where I can help.
You have a reason for feeling what you feel, doing what you do, and thinking what you think. After I acknowledge your experience, we start clarifying where you wish to go and exploring options for how to get there.
Mediation is fundamentally about self-determination. You decide what steps you take and when.
Moving from discomfort to comfort sometimes takes a little help.
Let Bruckner Mediation help.
1995 ~ Hamline University, BA
1999 ~ William Mitchell College of Law, JD
The investment varies.
Flat rate and packages may be available for multiple services or extended contracts.