Georgie employs an empathic, warm and nonjudgmental approach to therapy and loves working collaboratively with young people to improve their wellbeing.She recognises the importance of building a trusting relationship and enjoys using creative methods to engage young people. Georgie understands the value of working alongside the child’s network, including family members and teachers, and believes this to be an important part of the therapy.
Georgie currently works as a senior psychologist in a busy child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS). She has considerable experience working with young people in a variety of NHS settings, having worked in CAMHS, a child assessment service, a youth offending team, a looked after children’s service and a paediatric service. Georgie is skilled at treating a range of mental health difficulties including eating disorders, anxiety disorders (encompassing OCD, social anxiety, panic, and generalised anxiety), trauma, low mood, poor self-esteem, and emotion regulation difficulties. Her specialist interests are working with eating disorders, anxiety disorders and trauma. Georgie believes in tailoring therapy to meet the child’s goals, and may draw on a range of different evidence based therapies in her work.
Georgie is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who is registered with the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society.
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology – University of Surrey
- BScExperimental Psychology – University of Bristol
- Certificate in Enhanced CBT for Eating Disorders (CBT-E) – Centre for Research on Eating Disorders at Oxford (CREDO)
- Tier 2 qualified practitioner in Collaborative Problem Solving – Massachusetts General Hospital