Georgia's passion for sustainable social change, positive psychology and improving the lives of children fuels her love for constantly learning. She loves to share all that she has learned with others in the hope that it will help others discover the life they were born to live.
Georgia shares her story with The Doctors audience to help a young girl feel comfortable with her alopecia.
Your secrets are the secret to your happiness. Georgia has committed to a life of total vulnerability - and it has transformed her life - she'd like to share this secret to a beautiful life with you.
Georgia unpacks how the global epidemic of childhood trauma is at the root of all of our biggest problems and the greatest threat to human existence. She explores how we can end the epidemic and save our world for the generations to come
How studying her immune disease led Georgia to neuroscience and scientifically creating happiness for herself and all the children she works with.
How making others happy made Georgia happier she ever could have imagined.
Georgia has spent years sharing how her internal lemonade making machine made all of her challenges so much easier to live with and she loves teaching people how to build their own internal lemonade-making machine and find the good in every thing.
When you realize how little people actually care about the choices you make - you can make all the choices you ever wanted - for you!
As a social entrepreneur Georgia believes she will get her biggest ROI for our future by investing in the children that most people forget. She explains the inherent value of our most marginalized and resilient children.
Georgia explores real life examples of how the Arts have transformed people's lives, communities and entire cities - and shares stories of her personal experiences using art to heal communities.
Georgia's 'Empathy Curriculum' has created friendships where people thought they were impossible and helped heal trauma that communities thought could never be healed. She shares personal stories and lessons from her work bridging divides in some of our most troubled communities.