Deborah Perry

(LCSW)

About Me

I have been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for 13 years and have over 20 years of experience in working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families faced with a variety of life stresses such as attention deficit disorder, phobias, anger issues, parenting, depression, anxiety, bereavement, marital problems, divorce, homelessness, incarcerated women, and financial strain. I have received specialized training in sexual violence and crisis intervention, completed training in working with military families dealing with stress and the impacts of war-related trauma, am certified in reality therapy and have training and am experienced in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), I specialize in treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), as well as other traumas, anxiety, depression, and a variety of other disorders. I am also a Counseling Services for Fire Fighters Certified Clinician. I utilize evidence based treatments with an eclectic theoretical approach including but not limited to cognitive behavioral, reality therapy, play therapy, psychodynamic, and gestalt interventions.

My approach is positive, building on your strengths while resolving the issues that repetitively cause difficulties in your life and have become barriers to your happiness. I'll work with you in an active, collaborative manner which encourages and empowers you to change your life, helping you to grow to become the person you’ve always hoped you could be. When I'm not working, I enjoy spending time with my husband of 38 years and our sons and their families, including 6 wonderful grandchildren. My hobbies include music and traveling.


Specialties

  • Relationship
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Grief
  • Depression

I also have experience in Stress, Anxiety, Family, Intimacy-related, Sleeping, Parenting, Anger, Self esteem, Career

Years of Experience: 13

Licensing

LCSW #149011087 (Expires: 2017-11-30)

LCSW #8619-123 (Expires: 2019-02-28)


Reviews

Written by L.A. on Oct 05, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 1 month depression, stress, anxiety, relationship, family, eating, self esteem, and anger

Incredibly caring, very helpful, and very open. I truly enjoyed working with Deborah.

Written by T.A. on Sep 22, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 2 weeks relationship, and self esteem

I appreciate Deborah very much. She seems to get me and understands my issues when I don't seem to.

Written by J.E. on Jul 26, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 1 month depression, stress, anxiety, relationship, family, grief, intimacy-related, sleeping, and career

Very nice and caring.

Written by M.A. on Jul 23, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 2 weeks relationship

I enjoy working with Deborah. She is very caring, and understands my concerns. She responds very quickly to my comments and asks me very thought-provoking questions. She's great!

Written by K.A. on Jun 22, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 2 weeks depression, stress, anxiety, family, trauma and abuse, sleeping, self esteem, and anger

Deborah Perry is a kind-hearted person. She took my symptoms and problems seriously and helped me get through some of my panic/anxiety attacks. She makes me feel comfortable and unashamed of my issues that she's helping me work through. She is a wonderful therapist that keeps in touch and checks in regularly to see how you're doing, and if there is anything she can do to help. I truly enjoy working with her.

Written by P.A. on Jun 20, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 2 months depression, stress, anxiety, relationship, family, parenting, self esteem, and anger

Deborah is very friendly, honest, and funny. She makes me feel comfortable and doesn't judge me.

Written by E.L. on Jun 16, 2017 after counseling with Deborah for 3 weeks stress, anxiety, family, sleeping, self esteem, and career

Ms. Perry has been extremely kind and sympathetic! She is always ready to lend a listening ear and encouragement.