Debra Horowski, Ph.D. completed her doctorate at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York with a research interest in sex differences in the experience of depressed mood. She completed an internship in clinical psychology within the Department of Psychiatry at the Tufts, New England Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition, Dr. Horowski completed a post-doctoral fellowship in adolescent and family therapy in the psychology training program within the Department of Psychiatry at the Dartmouth Medical School in Hanover, New Hampshire. Her career has included both clinical and administrative roles across outpatient and inpatient settings, most recently serving as the Director of Clinical Services at Fairfax Behavioral Health in Kirkland, Washington.
Dr. Horowski approaches psychotherapy in a collaborative manner to help individuals, couples or families achieve well-being. This may be achieved through insight-oriented discussion, cognitive-behavioral restructuring of unproductive thought patterns, or consideration of family systems and dynamics (current or past) that may be at play. Dr. Horowski also has extensive experience in group psychotherapy and will offer this additional resource as membership allows.
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