Deb is a licensed psychologist listed on the National Register of Health Care Providers. She earned her doctorate degree from Marquette University.
Deb believes that change can occur at any time during the lifecycle. She has extensive experience working with children as young as age three, and adults well into their later years.
Deb's primary approach to facilitating change is a cognitive behavioral one. Simply put, the focus of treatment is on thinking, and how thinking influences emotional reactions and behavior. By shifting our thinking, we can improve how we feel and the way we act. The approach is supportive, direct, and interactive. After an initial assessment, a treatment plan, which specifies goals and expected outcomes, is developed with the client. The frequency with which the client needs to be seen, and the estimated time to complete treatment is jointly decided.