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Matthew Elliott   ABOUT >> Deb Banister-Hazama, MS, PMP

After a successful career in business, Deb Banister-Hazama pursued a counseling degree in order to minister to people’s needs from her Christian faith. Deb has always enjoyed coaching or counseling individuals at work or in personal relationships and enjoys helping people sort through their feelings.

When Deb lost her youngest son Luke, nearly four years ago, she decided to go back to school to be prepared to counsel professionally. Through this personal experience she has developed a special place in her heart for those working through pain and grief. Deb works individually with people, with families and speaks at conferences about her experience and observations.

Feel is a project near and dear to Deb’s heart because she has always known God’s desire for us to relate with Him as we would others, with real feelings and emotions. Deb brings a variety of skills and experiences that makes her a strong addition to our team. Her business skills as a professional project manager for a Fortune 250 company help our organization stay organized, on task, and focused. Deb also works on the newsletter, Q&A feedback and planning of future products.

Deb has a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University – Orlando Campus. Her undergraduate degree is in Journalism from the University of Oregon, Eugene. She worked for nearly five years with an international not-for-profit youth organization, owned her own art business for ten years and is currently working full time as a Project Manager in Orlando, FL and part-time as an intern for a Christian Counseling Center.

Deb is a Peace Maker conflict mitigator for her church in Winter Springs, Florida and has been “playing” for three years with a youth ministry for “skaters” in honor of her deceased son Luke. Deb is married to Chuck Hazama and has two surviving young adult children, Danny and Tess.
Deb Banister-Hazama
 
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