Georgia is a Registered Psychologist who has completed her Master of Professional Psychology at the University of Newcastle in 2021. Georgia has experience working with children, adolescents, and their families with a variety of mental health, behavioural and educational challenges. Georgia is especially passionate about working with those that identify as neurodivergent and has experience delivering early intervention services to children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Georgia is equally interested and dedicated to addressing a wide range of presenting concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, attachment, challenging behaviours and learning difficulties.

Georgia is a proud LGBTQIA+ ally and strives to create a therapeutic environment that is safe, empathetic, collaborative, and affirming for all her clients. Georgia has experience delivering evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) and mindfulness practices whilst incorporating creative or play based techniques. Her main focus during therapy is to empower the individual and their support system to implement meaningful change in their everyday lives and environments that will allow them to thrive and flourish. She achieves this by helping children and young people to identify and harness their individual strengths and interests and provide tailored and individualised strategies suit these needs. Georgia also believes in a system-based approach which involves working collaboratively with other disciplines and significant people within a client’s life across school, home, and the community.

Outside of work, Georgia enjoys reading, going to the beach, doing yoga, spending time with friends and family, and caring for her many house plants.