Deb Sherrer, M.A., CYT has bridged the fields of education and psychology for three decades. She has worked in public and private settings in special education, school psychology and clinical roles. Her abiding passion is working with students of all ages regarding learning variation or disabilities, with a cornerstone approach of developing self-understanding and empowerment through constructing a "learning style story" and personalized strategies and tools.
Her current interests include working with college and high school students regarding learning variation, as well as deepening her study and practice of the therapeutic benefits of yoga and meditation, as it can be applied to a variety of personal growth and/or therapeutic needs (e.g., trauma, infertility. learning).
Deb has bachelor's degree in regular and special education, a master's degree in clinical psychology, and is a licensed school psychologist. She is a certified Vajra yoga instructor and has engaged in additional therapeutic yoga training at the Trauma Center in Brookline, MA, as well as through the School for Compassionate Action in NYC. She offers learning consultation, psychotherapy and therapeutic yoga (private and group) at the Vermont Center for Yoga and Therapy.
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