Georgie-Ann Simpson is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Couples and Family Therapy. She holds a master’s in Social Work and is a Provisional Licensed Social Worker (PSW). She also volunteers in different community sectors and serves in various student-centered organizations.
As a Bowen Family Systems Theory (BFST) therapist, she believes that individuals are influenced by the environment in which they are raised; therefore, she incorporates a systemic approach when providing treatment to clients based on their needs. She understands that “not one key fits all doors.” Hence, her clinical background of over 7 years has been in social services, aiding vulnerable populations, assertive community treatment, and substance abuse management care. She has experience treating school-age children, teenagers, adults, couples, and families facing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, medical illnesses, interpersonal relationships, parenting issues, family conflicts, cultural conflicts, and other life transitions.
Georgie-Ann values seeing her clients freed, healed, and made whole through expressing themselves verbally and non-verbally. She aims to understand the natural recurring and altitude of various emotional levels and redefine the order of these occurrences therapeutically, systematically, and collaboratively. Furthermore, she is the author of several books focusing on healing from a broken past and living a life of purpose and destiny.