Meet the team
Based in a humanistic, existential, phenomenological philosophy, Georgia strongly believes in integrating science into psychotherapy. She is drawn to understanding the processes of change, rather than working with specific disorders or therapeutic modalities. By understanding the mechanisms of our neurobiology, the processes of our psychology, and the influences of social interaction, she collaboratively creates a uniquely-tailored, person-centred approach to each individual.
Georgia provides counselling and psychological services across a diverse range of mental health issues. Having recently graduated with Honours in Psychology from the University of Western Australia, she is completing her provisional registration under the supervision of Tanya Chiplin. She integrates a range of evidence-based interventions, including Attachment-Based Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care, Polyvagal Processing, Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Somatic Sensory Therapy.
With Tanya as her long-time mentor and current supervisor, 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.
Key interest areas
- Relationships issues
- Interpersonal neurobiology
- Attachment and emotional regulation
- Psychotherapeutic change
- Treatment-resistant individuals
Key approaches to therapy
- Humanistic, person-centred approach
- Attachment-based therapy
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Polyvagal processing
- Somatic sensory therapy
- Provocative therapy
- Psychodynamic psychotherapy