Deborah is a lifetime entrepreneur. She is the owner of The Handwriting Therapy Center and Investigative Solutions Group, Unlimited, a private investigative firm and is the ED for the Council of Families for Children.
Her background consists of being an investigator, paralegal, mediator, handwriting formation therapist, licensed hypnosis practitioner and a transformational coach. For over twenty five years, Deborah’s career has been founded in the legal arena. While still managing her investigative company, Deborah was the Director of Educational Development for the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) in Texas for over three years. This allowed her to publish books, curriculum and train and teach over 10,000 professionals and family members, in the mental health field, focused on the needs of the children and their families.
Handwriting Formation Therapy was a natural transition for Deborah. She began training in forensic document analysis and then found the patterns were there for certain behaviors and personalities. After undergoing the Formation Therapy, herself and seeing that “Changing Your Handwriting DID Change Your Life”, Deborah decided she wanted to share this insight and tool with others, becoming a certified therapist herself.
When acting as a coach or mentor, Deborah is thankful for her training from Lisa Nichols, better known for her hit movie, “The Secret”. “When I see a model of success that I like and can relate to, I want to learn everything I can about it. Lisa had a level of success that spoke to me and that felt real. So I went directly to the source for training.”
Deborah is a
contributing writer to Chicken Soup of the Soul: Children with Special Needs. She
has also written several books that explain about different mental illnesses
and how they affect the children and their families. Her first released
Wears a Red Cape”, explains about bipolar disorder and offers hope to children and families. All Deborah's books are available on Amazon or any major book website.
What Deborah is most proud of is her and her family's participation in the making of the documentary "A Reason to Live" about teenage depression and suicide. The Rose family opened their heart and their home to share their own experiences to help others to cope and understand the effects of depression and suicide and how to help those dealing with these issues. This documentary has won many awards, including the 2013 Lone Star Emmy Award and can be found at www.mediaprojects.org.
Using a lifetime of experience and her incredible abilities as a public speaker and teacher has allowed Deborah to speak and teach to thousands of family members and professionals in regards to communication, empathy and how to improve the quality of your life.
This is how Deborah has improved the quality of her
own life, sharing her passion with others.
NEED A SPEAKER?Why you would like Deborah Rose at your function!
1.Highly original and insightful content.
Deborah creates her own content and presents her ideas in unique ways, so you needn't worry about hearing the same old stories. Without a doubt Deborah is one of the most unusual and memorable speakers you'll hear.
2. Credibility from direct experience.
Whether it's dealing with the legal system, investigating business’s and what makes them tick or providing information about mental health and how families can support one another, Deborah’s expertise comes from first-hand experience. With subject matter too elaborate to list in it’s entirety, Deborah can also customize presentations for your specific conference or business meeting with a 6 week notice.
3. Focus on practical results.
Deborah emphasizes results-oriented, NLP based strategies in her personal growth presentations. She challenges people to consider problems from multiple perspectives and to implement realistic, holistic solutions.
4. Creative humor and wit.
Deborah understands the importance of keeping the audience fully engaged, and she takes full advantage of her unique style of humor, much of which is spontaneous. Deborah is not a comedienne, but with her joyful approach to life(why not be joyful when you consider the alternative), Deborah believes it is not just care and love, but the ability to laugh at ourselves that’s makes life bountiful.