Georgina is a clinical social worker in private practice. She specializes in supporting young adults through life transitions. She incorporates elements of motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and other evidence-based modalities into her therapeutic approach. Prior to opening her private practice, she served as a school-based therapist and worked with a racially, socially, and economically diverse adult population while at a community outpatient clinic. As well, she has a long history of volunteering and working with young people, including at a center specializing in grief and loss and at a child advocacy center. Georgina got her Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW) from the University of Texas in Austin and her Bachelors of Arts from Georgetown University in Washington DC. Before becoming a social worker, she worked in the nonprofit world as a grant writer and editor. Georgina is a second-generation therapist within her family. When not at work, she enjoys reading cozy mysteries, spending time with friends and family, and arguing with her opinionated cat.