Deborah has enjoyed helping individuals, couples, and families find new solutions to move through the complications of life, impacting generations while helping one person at a time. She uses a Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Model and Bowen Family Systems approach in addition to ACT and CBT, to help people get their lives back on track and enjoy everyday living once again. She is passionate about her work and fascinated by the resilience of people.
Hailing from Grosse Pointe, Michigan and South Florida, Deborah earned a BA in Sociology from Lee University, and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She has directed several large substance abuse and domestic violence programs at clinics such as John’s Hopkins in Baltimore and Family Service Agency in South Florida. She recently served as Clinical Director for a new facility in the Dallas/Fort Worth area before returning to working directly with clients full time.
When not working, Deborah enjoys singing and recording jazz music, baking, and spending time with her four kids and 17 grandkids!