Internasjonal senior-trener, hakomi-practitioner og "legacy-holder"
Georgia is a Senior Trainer with the Hakomi Network, having studied with Ron Kurtz for 10 years until his death in 2011. She was named in Ron Kurtz’ will as one of seven “legacy holders” of his work.She is based in British Columbia, Canada, and is the lead trainer and organizer of Vancouver Hakomi Education Network. Georgia also studied with Donna Martin, and continues to collaborate with Donna on the International Hakomi Network.
She loves the Hakomi method because it blends subtle and masterful tools of psychotherapy with Buddhist principles of mindfulness and compassion to provide its students with a life-long practice of self study.
Georgia received her undergraduate degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and her postgraduate teaching diplomas from UBC and the University of Calgary. Since 1993, she has served as director and chairman of boards in the private and the public sectors, such as the Board of Governors of Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design.
Georgia has a private client Hakomi practice and contributes to the development of Hakomi trainings in Canada, Mexico, and Japan.