Georgia Robinson-Steele
Clinical Director

About Georgia

Georgia’s early career was as a youth worker, within a youth offending team, mentoring young people.

She says: “Children often don’t get heard – but early intervention can make such a big difference to them and what happens in their life.”

After being told about how counselling might be useful in her job, she took a foundation course, and found her true vocation and went on to qualify as a counsellor. She has now been practicing as a counsellor for both children and adults, since 2004.

Georgia has worked for many years with Place2Be, a nationally renowned children’s charity, as a school counselling project manager and trainer, alongside private practice. Through continuous professional development training, Georgia achieved high level qualifications in counselling and clinical supervision, and is able to train and guide others through their counselling qualifications and career.