Dr. Deborah Bryon
Dr. Bryon has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at UCLA in 1976, master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 1979 at United States International University, and a B.F.A. in Drawing at Metropolitan State College of Denver. Deborah is a Diplomate Jungian Analyst receiving her education through the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. For the last several years she has received in-depth training with Q-ero shamans in
Peru. In conjunction with her private practice, Deborah has taught classes in the psychology departments
of the University of Colorado and Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Areas of Teaching:
• Psychology of Gender
• Psychology of Women
• Death and Dying
• Abnormal Psychology
• Child Psychology
• Research Methods
• Depth Psychology and Shamanism
Prior to opening her private practice, Dr. Bryon worked as an art therapist and provided counseling
services for suicidal teens and adults struggling with chronic mental illness in psychiatric hospitals, at-risk and incarcerated teens who were often abuse victims, women who were victims of domestic violence, and members of the gay and lesbian community struggling with alcoholism. She has also administered neuropsychological assessments to disabled veterans with traumatic brain injuries
at the Denver Veterans Administration Hospital, and conducted neuropsychological evaluations with children who have learning disabilities through the Neuropsychology Learning Disabilities Clinic at the University of Denver.
Before specializing in the field of psychology, she was a stockbroker on Wall Street, and started and
owned a business designing and manufacturing ladies and children’s resort wear.
Presentations and Publications
Business and Grant Writing
Art Exhibits and Awards
Dr. Bryon is an artist and a member of Spark. To view a selection of her artwork please visit her gallery.
Licenses: Psychologist #3085, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) #3244
Memberships: American Psychological Association, Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA), Foundation for Shamanic Studies, National Advancement for the Association of Psychoanalysis
Spiritual Orientation: Buddhism and Shamanism