Supporting mission personnel and humanitarian workers worldwide
Debbie grew up in Scotland. She received her first degree and PhD from Keele University. She has been involved with mission since 1991, when she served in Swaziland.
She completed a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of North Wales, Bangor. In her final year of training she worked on placement at InterHealth, London. She completed a thesis on stress and resilience in aid workers.
After qualifying as a Clinical Psycholgist in 1997, she worked for 9 years as a research therapist for Oxford University, in one of the world's foremost eating disorders treatment centres.
She joined InterHealth in 2006, specialising in offering psychological services to mission workers and humanitarian personnel. Since 2011 she has continued this work freelance. She is widely sought after as a world expert in this field.
She has provided training and consultations in over 30 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, and North and Latin America. She has provided training for the United Nations (OCHA), People in Aid, and many other organisations. Find out more....
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