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Hi, I'm Georgia!

Senior Occupational Therapist
& Road Trip Enthusiast

Georgia is a qualified Occupational Therapist with a post graduate qualification in Ayres Sensory Integration. She finished her bachelor’s degree in 2018 and her post graduate degree in 2023. Georgia has worked mostly in paediatrics with children from birth to young adulthood before commencing with Life Skills Hub in April 2023. 


Georgia’s experience and passion is in working with young people and their families to build independence and empower them to try new things. Prior to her experience as an OT, Georgia worked as a support worker and managed community access and participation for young adults living with disabilities. Georgia enjoys learning about people’s interests and what things engage them to tailor her approach to individualised needs and sees value in working on goals through functional and everyday tasks. 


Georgia has recently completed a post graduate diploma in sensory integration theory and practice and enjoys working with young people to discover and support their sensory needs in relation to their mental health, participation and engagement in the community. This can include supporting clients to identify sensory needs, triggers and preferences as well as working through sensory aversions or developing new sensory pathways between the brain and body. 


Georgia believes in using a relational approach with client-centered practice and trauma informed care underpinning her approaches to creating therapeutic relationships. Georgia enjoys working with neurodivergent individuals and has a particular passion for supporting teens and young adults to find meaning and purpose as they move into adulthood. 


In her spare time, Georgia enjoys spending time outdoors, camping, going on road trips and cooking. 


Georgia has further training in the following areas: 

  • Sensory integration theory 

  • Sleepability 

  • The incredible 5 point scale 

  • Introduction to PODD 

  • Teaching self-regulation 

  • Traffic Jam in my brain 

  • The alert program 

  • The interoception program 

  • Trauma informed care 

  • Practical psychological strategies for supporting children and young people 


Georgia has a special interest in: 

  • Ayres Sensory integration 

  • Child and youth mental health 

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