Sheryl Seliger, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years experience, and more than six levels of training in Craniosacral Therapy techniques, and in trauma therapy.
Undergraduate studies included Moravian College in Bethlehem PA, Syracuse University in NY, and The Institute for American Universities in Aix-en-Provence France. She worked as an artist for several years before earning her Masters in Social Work in 1993 from Marywood College in PA. Following graduate work, Sheryl relocated to Utah to work for the Aspen wilderness youth program for several years. She then settled in Salt Lake City where she operates a private practice.
Sheryl was raised in the woods of southern Connecticut. A dedicated lover of the outdoors, she has spent time as a hiker, climber, skier, river guide, wilderness guide, and youth leader. Multiple tick bites resulted in a serious case of Lyme Disease, which left her disabled for several years. During that time she studied the disease and treatments devoutly, and has become an expert in understanding it’s causes, symptoms and avenues for recovery.
Sheryl makes her home in Salt Lake City, Utah with her two daughters and a dog named Ember. She enjoys running, hiking, camping, homemaking, and healthy food.
Sheryl provides therapeutic treatment for emotional, psychological, relational, and chronic illness issues, for adults and young children. She approaches healing through supportive listening, and respectful attention to the mind, body, emotions, and spirit of the whole person.