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Deborah McIntyre, American psychotherapist, writer, nurse. Diplomate American Board Medical Psychotherapists (fellow); Registered Nurse, Virginia, Florida. Fellow American Psychological Society.


McIntyre, Deborah was born on September 11, 1955 in Pensacola, Florida, United States. Daughter of John Joseph and Mary Cecelia (Campbell) McIntyre.


Bachelor in Psychology, George Mason University, 1976. Master of Arts Counseling Psychology, University West Florida, 1980. Associate of Arts in Nursing, Pensacola Junior College, 1981.


Child psychotherapist, Holly Hall School for Exceptional Children, Vienna, Virginia, 1975-1977;area representative, Youth For Understanding, Vienna, 1976-1978;volunteer child psychotherapist, Children's Resource Center of N.W. Florida, Pensacola, Florida, 1979-1980;staff/charge nurse medical surgery, Virginia Beach General Hospital, 1981-1983;intake coordinator, child and family psychotherapist, Psychiatric Institute, Norfolk, Virginia, 1982-1983;head nurse, program coordinator, child and family therapist, Children's Service, Horizon Hospital, Clearwater, Florida, 1983;child and adolescent psychotherapist, The Children's Center for Development Psychiatry, St. Petersburg, Florida, since 1983. Consultant, trainer Project Playpen, Juvenile Welfare Board, St. Petersburg,1985-1987. Consultant Early Childhood Council of Pinellas County.

Member of advisory board New Traumatology Annual Conference. Participant in workshops and seminarsfor mental health care.


Fellow American Psychological Society.


Married Denis Miller Donovan, September 6, 1985.