Deborah Julmus is a licensed marriage and family therapist with an extensive background of over 17 years in social services.

Specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and grief, she takes a systemic approach in her role. She works diligently with individuals, couples, and families to foster healthy relationships and improve their mental well-being. Julmus delves into the webs of generational ties and guides her clients in identifying and shedding toxic behavior patterns, expertly assisting them in rewriting their life stories. She takes immense joy in integrating psychological interventions with the Word of God. She actively participates in women’s conferences, retreats, workshops, and overseas missions, where she imparts her wisdom on managing mental health using biblical principles.

Passionate about empowering individuals to find wholeness and healing, Julmus also dedicates her time as a volunteer, providing grief support to children who have lost loved ones. She serves a diverse clientele and is fluent in English and Spanish. Originally from Puerto Rico and raised in South Florida, she proudly calls Dallas, Texas, her home. Alongside her loving spouse of 12 years and their cherished daughter, Julmus continues to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those she serves.