Deebra has a Master’s in Human Behavior and is a Licensed Master Social Worker. She received her MSW from Tulane University where her studies concentrated on families and trauma. Deebra’s experience began in Child Protective Services including foster care and private adoptions. She spent several years as a child and family consultant under the training of the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development.
As a therapist, Deebra is adept in working with adolescents, teens for social emotional learning issues and behavioral health. Her work with young adults includes, peer relationships, bullying, life transitions and college mental health.
Deebra’s career broadened as she saw the increase of broken families leading to broken children and expanded her work to include single mothers and couples.
Deebra uses an integrative therapy approach specific for each individual, couple or family. Her passion is helping her clients experience life after hurt. She believes addressing the whole self and pairing treatment with methods like Gottman Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy are key to addressing issues at its origin.