Testimonials

 

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I am not overwhelmed by [my problems] anymore, but instead see them as an opportunity for growth. Now I find myself on my knees more asking for God’s help and comfort. I just wanted to let you know you are one of the biggest blessings in my life.
— N.K., New Zealand

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I am endlessly grateful for Debbie’s support and wisdom. I’ve experienced tremendous growth in just two months of working together. I can’t recommend her enough!
— E.J., Greece

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Working with Debbie has helped me to look at some of my habits and realize that I need to change my work schedule. I’m trying to find a little better balance in life.
— L.M., Canada

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I am very happy with my experience with Debbie so far. She listens to me and doesn’t judge me or make me feel insecure in the decisions I’ve made in the past. I feel like I’ve made some good progress in the short time that I’ve been with her and I know I couldn’t have done this without her. Debbie recognizes the trauma I’ve faced in the past and has really helped me through it and I’m very grateful for that.
— C.K., Austria

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Debbie Pierce is a tremendously gifted counselor who instills hope and provides the tools needed to make the changes in life you desire.
— T.S., Wyoming, USA

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Debbie is great! She is extremely neutral. She is a good listener and gives great insight.
— D.H., Ireland

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I really love Debbie, she is incredible and is completely focused on me when we talk. I would recommend her 1000 times over. She is wonderful.
— A.B., Latvia

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When I came to you, my life and marriage were pretty much out of control.  Time with you helped me to sit back and take a look at my life in a systematic way. It helped me greatly improve my communication skills, identify many of my marital problems and establish priorities to get us back on track.
— J.B., Hawaii

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I already think I know what is important to journal about and then as the actual process of writing begins the truly important things emerge in the unfiltered words I use, and it leads to unfiltered truths, which become epiphanies that are a catalyst to change.
— T.M., Montana