Georgette Wells, LCSW has more than a decade of experience as a psychotherapist specializing in trauma, Abuse/Survivors of abuse, and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). See her availability here:
My desire is to help individuals move from despair to hope, confusion to clarity and chaos to peace.
My career as a social worker began 10 years ago. I have worked in various settings such as, military bases, both in/out patient psychiatric hospitals, college/universities and non-profit community agencies. The counseling services provided in these settings included- crisis intervention, conducting individual and group psychotherapy and psycho-education groups. Through, these experiences not only was, I afforded the opportunity to develop excellent clinical skills, but also the ability to work effectively with diverse populations. In the last several years, I’ve worked at Colin Ross Trauma Center. As a result of this experience, I specialize in working with developmental/psychological trauma. In working with clients no matter their concerns, it’s always my goal to create a safe, nonjudgmental space which allows individuals to heal, grow and achieve their desired goals. I have had the privilege of assisting many clients and helping them create the lives they desire.
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