About Marie Sheridan
Marie is a dedicated somatic therapist and practitioner of Somatic Experiencing with a strong background in social care. With a deep passion for supporting individuals in their healing journeys, Marie brings a unique blend of expertise to her practice. Marie holds a degree in Social Studies and has spent 12 years working in the community sector. Her experience in this field has provided her with a profound understanding of the social, cultural, and systemic factors that impact individuals& well-being and resilience.
As a Somatic Experiencing practitioner, Marie integrates her knowledge of social care with somatic therapy techniques to address the complex interplay between trauma, emotions, and social dynamics. Marie’s training in Somatic Experiencing allows her to guide clients in safely processing and resolving traumatic experiences stored in their bodies. She helps individuals reconnect with their innate self-regulatory capacities, allowing them to release tension, navigate overwhelming emotions, and regain a sense of safety and empowerment.
With a compassionate and client-centered approach, Marie meets individuals where they are, fostering a collaborative therapeutic relationship. She understands that healing is a deeply personal and unique journey, and she tailors her interventions to meet the specific needs and preferences of each client. In addition to her expertise in Somatic Experiencing, Marie utilizes a trauma- informed and strength-based approach in her practice. She draws upon various therapeutic modalities, including her training in Gestalt theatre therapy, Somatic Attachment Therapy; using Inner Relationship focusing and other body-based interventions, to support her clients in achieving holistic healing and growth.
In her free time, Marie enjoys spending time in nature, sea swimming, engaging in creative pursuits, and nurturing her own well-being through self-care practices. Her commitment to personal growth and resilience allows her to bring authenticity, empathy, and compassion to her work as a somatic therapist.