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Deborah Cordell

Therapist

Deborah Cordell received a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology from San Francisco State University as well as a BA in Psychology from SFSU. She currently holds a LCMHCS license. Deborah has worked at Atrium Health Carolinas Rehabilitation/Atrium Health for twelve years as a psychotherapist and has twenty years’ experience in the field. She developed an internship program with local graduate schools in 2013 to provide new psychotherapists/psychologists the opportunity to work in a medical rehabilitation setting as well as to give more focused psychological support for her Atrium Health patients. Deborah is excited to be part of the OI program, it mirrors her experience working with amputee patients at Carolinas Rehabilitation. Currently, Deborah, along with Maggie Gigler, a PhD candidate from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, will be supporting the OI patients through their process.

Deborah Cordell

Therapist

Deborah Cordell received a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychology from San Francisco State University as well as a BA in Psychology from SFSU. She currently holds a LCMHCS license. Deborah has worked at Atrium Health Carolinas Rehabilitation/Atrium Health for twelve years as a psychotherapist and has twenty years’ experience in the field. She developed an internship program with local graduate schools in 2013 to provide new psychotherapists/psychologists the opportunity to work in a medical rehabilitation setting as well as to give more focused psychological support for her Atrium Health patients. Deborah is excited to be part of the OI program, it mirrors her experience working with amputee patients at Carolinas Rehabilitation. Currently, Deborah, along with Maggie Gigler, a PhD candidate from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, will be supporting the OI patients through their process.

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