After 20 years of service with the New York City Police Department, Deborah retired in 2012 and started her counseling practice. Originally called Human Development Services, she specialized in couples and individual therapy.
Her practice grew from treating couples to treating individuals with depression and anxiety. She also began conducting clinical evaluations. Her therapeutic orientation shifted once she observed that her clients' issues were somatogenic, a psychological characteristic resulting in physical manifestations. Her philosophy is grounded in believing that "a thought can be like a malignant disease that starts to eat away at the body. Unhealthy thoughts must be removed before it can cause distraction."
This was the birth of Deborah's passion. She returned to school to learn all that she could about the brain-behavior relationship. After receiving a postdoctoral certificate in neuropsychology, Deborah transformed her treatment approach to another level by incorporating biofeedback and neurofeedback techniques to assist clients.
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