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Georgia Fullerton

Georgia Fullerton is an Expressive Arts Therapist, Visual Artist, Arts-Educator and Mentor. Georgia is a member of the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association, board director for The Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ontario and holds a seat on the Program Advisory Committee for the School of Media Art and Design at Durham College, Oshawa campus. Georgia received her diploma in Visual Arts at Red Deer College in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada before she transferred to Toronto, Ontario to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree at York University in 1991.


JustGeorgia®-Expressive Arts to Heal the Heart was launched in 2013 as a therapeutic arts-based business serving the Durham Region and the Greater Toronto Area. JustGeorgia® offers creative arts workshops, webinars and community events focused on the art of healing and optimal well-being. From her work in community, Georgia forms collaborative partnerships with The Royal Ontario Museum, Lakeridge Health, Family Services Durham, Elementary Teachers of Toronto, Durham Black Educators Network, The Regional Municipality of Durham and a number of school boards and not-for –profit organizations.



Georgia’s mission is to bolster awareness around the arts and educate all people in the acceptance of art making as a life skill. Engaging all sides of her creative prowess, Georgia continues to deepen her understanding and practise of the arts in the mental health sector. Today she practises as a counsellor and Expressive Arts Therapist  at a Whitby, Ontario clinic.  Georgia creates her original art at her home studio in Ajax, Ontario.


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