Georgia Nesbitt, MA, LAMFT - Mental Health Practitioner
Georgia began the journey toward becoming a mental health professional after teaching English as a second language for several years at the University of Mississippi. Born and raised in Mississippi, she moved to Minnesota in 2011 and enrolled at the University of St. Thomas in the Counseling Psychology program with a Family Psychology Concentration. Her clinical experiences include in-office and in-home work with families, couples, older children, teens, and individual adult clients from a variety of ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds.
Georgia utilizes a strengths-based, systemic approach to empower clients to recognize and strengthen their own skills and talents and to utilize the assets they have access to within their communities. She believes that clients are the experts on their experience and works together with them to create solutions that make sense in their lives.
Georgia is reflective, compassionate, and collaborative. She is authentic with her clients and shares her genuine self within the therapeutic relationship.
- M.A. - Counseling Psychology, Family Psych. Concentration - University of St. Thomas
- M.A. - Teaching English as a Second Language - University of Mississippi
- B.A. - Psychology and Linguistics - University of Mississippi