59 min

Why It's An Incredible Time To Be A Women With The Georgie Collective‪.‬ Reason With Me

    • Relationships

This episode is coming off the back of International Women's Day where I had the privilege of speaking with an incredible and powerful woman Matilda Coy. Matilda is the Founder of The Georgie Collective, a safe space for curious women to connect and grow. The Georgie Collective is built in tribute to Matilda's best friend who passed away after a long battle with depression. The Georgie Collective runs workshops both online and in-person and is growing rapidly. It's business chicks without the hustle culture, less 'girl boss' and more growth partners focused on your holistic health and connection. Matilda reasons with me about all things women through her own journey of self-worth and establishing a community of connected women that is forever growing. Matilda explores with me how connection is the way we get well and that women need to continue to take up space to do so.

Please reach out if you have any questions or want to connect. Let me know what you want to hear on the podcast, any comments you have, or how the episode landed for you. I know you are there.... so let me know who you are!!!!

To see more on this episode click here

Matilda's Quote:  
It's an incredible time to be a woman, we are uniting and have visibility, talking about things we never would have spoken about before. 

Resources from this episode:
- Insta: https://www.instagram.com/thegeorgiecollective/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegeorgiecollective- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thegeorgiecollective/?viewAsMember=true  - Website: https://www.thegeorgiecollective.com.au/ - The Georgie Collective Digital Haven: https://spatial.io/rooms/6212efe18e1570000119d58f?share=645896466691390554 If you would like to know more about counselling get in touch: 
Find Reason Therapy Website Find Reason Therapy InstagramSelf-Worth and Relationship Counselling Find Reason Therapy All The Things Reason With Me: Love Letters Playlist Stay Connected and join the Find Reason Therapy Connection Crew

This episode is coming off the back of International Women's Day where I had the privilege of speaking with an incredible and powerful woman Matilda Coy. Matilda is the Founder of The Georgie Collective, a safe space for curious women to connect and grow. The Georgie Collective is built in tribute to Matilda's best friend who passed away after a long battle with depression. The Georgie Collective runs workshops both online and in-person and is growing rapidly. It's business chicks without the hustle culture, less 'girl boss' and more growth partners focused on your holistic health and connection. Matilda reasons with me about all things women through her own journey of self-worth and establishing a community of connected women that is forever growing. Matilda explores with me how connection is the way we get well and that women need to continue to take up space to do so.

Please reach out if you have any questions or want to connect. Let me know what you want to hear on the podcast, any comments you have, or how the episode landed for you. I know you are there.... so let me know who you are!!!!

To see more on this episode click here

Matilda's Quote:  
It's an incredible time to be a woman, we are uniting and have visibility, talking about things we never would have spoken about before. 

Resources from this episode:
- Insta: https://www.instagram.com/thegeorgiecollective/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegeorgiecollective- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thegeorgiecollective/?viewAsMember=true  - Website: https://www.thegeorgiecollective.com.au/ - The Georgie Collective Digital Haven: https://spatial.io/rooms/6212efe18e1570000119d58f?share=645896466691390554 If you would like to know more about counselling get in touch: 
Find Reason Therapy Website Find Reason Therapy InstagramSelf-Worth and Relationship Counselling Find Reason Therapy All The Things Reason With Me: Love Letters Playlist Stay Connected and join the Find Reason Therapy Connection Crew

59 min