Georgia has worked in both the public and private settings for over 18years, serving individuals adjusting to negative life events experienced while living in the community, in addition to assisting individuals with severe, complex and chronic difficulties while in hospital and as out-patients. Georgia came to this work as a mature student after having spent 10 years traveling in order to “grow up”, although she has come to realize this is a never ending process.
Please note that mental health tags are only descriptors that can help provide understanding and direct treatment- We all have our own unique blend.
Dealing with the past which can drag us towards depression
Dealing with fear of the future which can elevate our anxiety levels specific to social concerns, general concerns, phobic issues and obsessive compulsive difficulties
Dealing with adjustment to traumatic events, from the little put downs to the more acute and sometimes chronic Post Traumatic Stress events and reactions
Dealing with neurological concerns that create behavioural and functional impact such as ADHD and Autistic/ Aspergers spectrum issues around differences in communication, learning, emotional intelligence, impulse control, attentional difficulties and sensory sensitivity.
Dealing with advanced perception systems that fit Bipolar, Schizophrenia or Psychosis descriptors.
Dealing with relationship issues
Dealing with life transitions across the developmental spectrum
Dealing with grief and loss through bereavement, both literal and symbolic
Interest Dealing with Adolescent developmental concerns (tweens/ onset of puberty through to 25 years)