Georgia Black, LPC-IT
- Qualified Treatment Trainee
Accepting new patients
As an art therapist, I practice from a trauma-informed, person-centered perspective, utilizing attachment theory and mindfulness practices. I believe that art therapy can help people to enter the present, regulate, address their mind-body connection, and process both memories and current issues.
I take a compassionate approach to a the healing relationship with the families and individuals I work with. Each person has a unique journey and individual needs – I aim to be responsive, kind, and realistic in helping the people I work with create a holistic plan to live full lives. My goal is to help kids and families navigate life’s transitions, develop healthy relationships and choices, cope with stressors, and move through life with awareness, meaning, peace, and hope. I feel privileged to witness the lives of those I work with and to share in their moments of courage and strength.
I am LGBTQIA+ friendly and strive to be culturally competent in working with all of my families.
I also believe that faith and spirituality can be rich resources that can be a vital part of healing. If you believe this plays an important role in the healing process for you, I will work with you in determining how to prioritize this component of your life.
- Licensed Professional Counselor - IT, Art Therapist
Areas of Interest
- Behavior Problems
- Behavioral Disorders
- Bipolar Psychotic Disorders
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Mood Disorders
- Temper Tantrums
Education and Awards
- 2020, Mount Mary University, Master of Science