Georgia provides counselling and psychological services across a diverse range of mental health issues. She is completing her psychologist registration under the supervision of Jess Chrystal and Tanya Chiplin.
AREAS OF INTEREST
Interpersonal neurobiology; Role of attachment in emotional regulation; Understanding processes of psychotherapeutic change.
Georgia strongly believes in integrating science into the art of psychotherapy and is drawn to understanding the processes of change, rather than specific ages, modalities, or disorders. Georgia offers a collaborative, client centred approach that is flexible and tailored to suit each client’s individual needs, built on a foundation of on play, curiosity, creativity, and connection.
Through understanding the mechanisms of our neurobiology, the processes of our psychology, and the influences of social interaction, she believes a holistic therapeutic practice can be formulated.
As clinicians, we create the conditions in which the biology recognises
“Aha! This is the time and the place” for its natural unfolding. – Steven Hoskinson
Georgia continues to evolve a meaningfully integrated approach to psychotherapy that merges scientific knowledge with the innate wisdom of our bodies to heal themselves. Grounded in neuroscience, her approach incorporates influences from a diversity of other fields and an embodied, experiential wisdom of the psychotherapeutic process.
The evolution of her becoming psychotherapist has been a long one with a number of stops along the way (in particular, finding love; having a child; and other shenanigans) – these experiences have and continue to shape her practice.