Not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.

Dalai Lama

Comparison is the thief of joy.

—unknown

The greater the feeling of inferiority that has been experienced, the more powerful is the urge to conquest and the more violent the emotional agitation.

—Alfred Adler 

About Georgia

We all harness the wisdom we need to navigate our own lives! Sometimes we just need to be brought back home to ourselves!
 
Georgia uses an integrative, body based, meditative approach with clients. She believes our bodies hold the key to our healing. She pulls from mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy, somatic psychology, attachment theory, and acceptance and commitment therapy. She believes with self-compassion any experience can be overcome!
 
Georgia approaches her work with children through an integrative lens. She believes children shape their world through play. She believes children shine brightest when they are met with authenticity, validation, and compassion! Georgia addresses behavioral struggles through an Adlerian Lens. She often integrates experiential, narrative, and solution focused ideas when working with families. Georgia has 6 years of experience as a behavioral therapist

Education, Trainings, and Affiliations:

  • Current enrollment in Adler Graduate School CMHC program pursuing her LPCC (Set to Graduate March 2021)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with an Emphasis in Psychology from Winona State University
  • Complex family systems
  • Somatic psychology trainings 

Treatment Specialties Include:

  • Treatment of anxiety and depression
  • Children and adolescence
  • Children who are neuro divergent
  • Self-compassion
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress management
  • LGBTQ+ Folks (A fellow Community Member)

Therapeace Counseling, LLC

651–800–1225
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905 Jefferson Ave
Suite 300
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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During this pandemic and beyond, Therapeace Counseling is now offering telehealth/virtual visits for your convenience and care. We understand that times like this can be challenging on many levels and want to be sure that you feel supported. Please make sure to read the CDC website at cdc.gov to learn more about symptoms and additional information regarding risks and precautions.

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