Dr. Alexia Georgousis ND

Mind, Body, Spirit

Burnout Prevention & Recovery

© Alexia Georgousis

Hello and thank you for visiting. 


Having gone through my own personal journey with burnout (what I refer to as breaking open), I am interested to work with individuals who suffer from chronic stress, and who want to enhance their vitality.  I consider burnout to be a state of disconnection from the inner self. When we are not living in alignment with our inner awareness, the symptoms of inflammation, overwhelm, depression and anxiety develop.


My practice style is holistic where our thoughts, emotions, physicality, and creative inner awareness (spirit) are interconnected. When one area is misaligned the whole is impacted - and we no longer thrive.

In addition to private practice, I offer presentations/workshops on topics related to Burnout Prevention, Holistic Resiliency, Conscious Leadership and the health benefits of Spirituality.  I continue to deepen my own growth and training through ongoing studies in areas such as mind body medicine, core shamanism, metaphysics and mysticism.  I am certified in Inter-Professional Mindfulness Meditation and Transformative Mindfulness.

I have an extensive background in Naturopathic Medical Education as former Associate Dean of Clinical Studies at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, and clinical faculty member at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine for 15 years.  Currently, I teach at the Transformational Arts College in Toronto.  I also have the pleasure of being co-host of the podcast "Things Worth Considering," with Gord Riddell RP, the founder and president of TAC.


I am incredibly grateful to work in a profession that honours preventative medicine, holism, and our environment. The individuals I work with inspire me to walk my talk.  

I look forward to meeting you.


Telemedicine Available

Podcast Co-host & Guest

Things Worth Considering 

Spirit Talker

Living a Better Life: 

Fear, Anxiety, Mind - Body  - Spirit


 info@alexiand.com   #alexia.naturedoc

320 Danforth Avenue Suite #205 (Carrot Common) Toronto, ON M4K 1N8

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