Georgia is dedicated to creating a warm atmosphere where clients feel comfortable and accepted. She has a compassionate and non-judgmental approach to therapy. This helps clients make meaningful changes in their lives. Change can feel overwhelming, so Georgia works collaboratively with clients at their own pace. She ensures that they feel genuinely heard and understood. She allows clients to lead which helps clients find empowerment and healing.
Since people have individual backgrounds, Georgia works with clients to develop a plan that aligns with their unique needs. She utilizes an integrative approach of Attachment Theory, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Mindfulness based therapy strategies. Georgia’s wide-ranging experience has allowed her to work with adults, teens, and children with a variety of life challenges.
When working with couples she also uses an integrative approach. She pulls from a variety of theories to help return emotional safety and intimacy to the relationship. Some of these theories include Gottman Counselling and Emotion Focused Therapy. Couples come away from therapy with tools that they can use at home. Therefore, they can navigate the ups and downs of the relationship at home much easier.
Because the therapeutic process relies on the connection between client and therapist, Georgia offers a free 20-minute consultation for new clients (in person or via phone) to ensure she is a good therapeutic fit for you. To coordinate with client needs, she offers a variety of daytime, evening, and weekend appointments.
Georgia is registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists as a Registered Provisional Psychologist. She can provide all clients with a receipt at the end of session that can be claimed through benefit companies.
- College of Alberta Psychologists