Georgia Shaffer

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Location: Pennsylvania
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Warm. Caring. Practical. Real. Georgia Shaffer is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania, a professional speaker, and a life coach challenging her clients to ask, “What needs to grow …What needs to go?” She is the author of the award-winning book, A Gift of Mourning Glories: Restoring Your Life after Loss, and the producer of a syndicated radio feature, The Mourning Glory Minute.

You may have seen or heard Georgia on such programs as The 700 Club, Decision Today, or Sky Angel’s A Time for Hope. Her articles have appeared in national publications, including Focus on the Family, Christian Marriage Partnership and Living Solo.

Her recording projects include Fresh Start (a video series produced by the American Association of Christian Counselors) and Jesus: Fact or Fiction? Tough Questions, Compelling Answers (produced by Campus Crusade). Jesus: Fact or Fiction? is a companion DVD to the Jesus film and includes Georgia’s testimony and her responses to questions along with experts Lee Strobel, Josh McDowell, and Ravi Zacharias.

Topics include:

Taking out the Trash: Make a Clean Sweep of those Toxic Emotions

Rebuilding After Shattered Dreams: When Your Heart Has Been Broken

Cultivate Caring Relationships: Are the People in Your Life Difficult or Merely Different?

Living with the Clashes and Chaos of Life: Be a Mary in a Martha World

What Needs to Grow…What Needs to Go?

Live with Passion and Purpose

Journaling: The Journey Inward

Living Intentionally: The Choices and Challenges of the Singles Life


“Georgia is a speaker you can believe! People are drawn in when she speaks by her openness and transparency.”
Candy Davison, Sandy Cove Ministries

“Georgia’s words were timely, penetrating, thought provoking, soothing, and encouraging.”
Randa Frye, MetroWest Worship Center

“Georgia was terrific! Her messages connected with our goals in so many ways—growing closer to Christ, connecting with one another, and receiving practical applications we could use in our lives.”
Melanie Criste, Hunt Valley Church