“I bless the day I found Georgia! Leaving my marriage was one of the hardest things for me to do. I needed someone who understood the heartbreak I was going through. Georgia’s kind and caring way felt like a soft pillow into which I could sink. Her skilful advice helped me navigate the new life I now had to build. It takes a lot of Patience, insight, wisdom and I am so glad that she also has such a good sense of humour, just when I needed it most. I recommended Georgia to anyone who is in need of healing their heart and their mind!”


Georgia has developed her professional practice, working with a range of people in crisis or simply wishing to grow and pursue new directions. She has helped people move from a state of chaos and dealing with significant challenges to empowerment and self-direction through both individual and group counseling sessions. Her work involves a significant amount of supporting self-development as well as social skills development.  In addition to private practice, Georgia has worked as a Mental Health Counsellor for the Vancouver Island Health Authority; four years as a Women’s Counsellor with The Victoria Women’s Transition House Society and eighteen months as an  Employment Assistance Counsellor.

Areas of special interest

Georgia practices a strength-based and person-centred approach in her work with individuals. Bringing a good sense of humour, down to earth manner and a positive, warm attitude, she has excellent individual, group facilitation and workshop skills. Over the past five years Georgia has worked with individuals and groups of people experiencing a range of challenges and seeking help with:

  • Couples/relationship/communication
  • Career development
  • Life transitions
  • Parenting teens
  • Loss and grief (normal and complicated)
  • Trauma
  • Poor boundaries and low self esteem
  • Bullying in the workplace
  • Self harming/cutting
  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Depression

In addition to her MA, Georgia has also completed a range of advanced professional development programs including: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Certification; Counseling Practice training; PATH (Planning Alternative Tomorrows – a person centered planning tool) Facilitator Training; Aging to Saging Certification; and Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions – Facilitator Training.

Georgia is a member of the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (certification #5304; membership #5086 ((2016/2017)

Georgia is married (36 years) with two adult children.

Please note: I see Morneau  Shepell EAP clients at the Data Tech Bldg – the exact location will have been provided to you when booking your appointment through the  Morneau Shepell EAP Central Access Centre. 

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