Deborah Leecy, LPC, LMFT
Deborah Leecy, LPC, LMFT works from a vision of empowerment, believing all of us have the capacity to grow or to adapt to the changes and challenges life brings. She is passionate about bringing new advances in brain science to the work of counseling in ways that are practical and make sense to clients and families. She is genuine, caring and compassionate while firmly committed to working with clients and families in developing skills and resources to manage the difficulties that bring them to counseling. Whether you are dealing with losses, the reality of how individuals or family members are affected by illness or changes in a loved one, the effects of violence or abuse, posttraumatic reactions, depression, anxiety, difficulties with focus and attention, or challenges in relationships, Deb will bring a respectful partnership to your counseling. She will work with you to identify the skills and strengths you already have, look at how the things that challenge you make sense, and help you find additional strategies that fit for you and are helpful on a practical day-to-day basis.
Deb completed her graduate training in Mental Health Counseling at James Madison University. She has been a Licensed Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 18 years. She has provided counseling services to a wide variety of clients in community agencies and is an approved Clinical Supervisor for individuals training to become counselors. She has conducted numerous workshops for middle and high school students, parents, other professionals, volunteers, and community agencies on topics related to the practical application of brain science in working with the difficulties clients bring to counseling.