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Located in the Flatiron District of New York City, at 20 West 20th Street, Suite 217, the Center for True Health was established by Deborah Flanagan in 2008 and offers sessions, classes, and seminars. Deborah guides people through stress, major life changes, and health challenges using a path of empowerment that combines Reiki, Hypnosis, and Reflexology.

Deborah established the Center as part of a quest to find what true health meant in her own life. She is passionate about helping others help themselves, and believes you know what’s best for you. Guided by Deborah, clients connect to their intuition, finding ways to make changes and achieve balance that is inspired from within. Don’t think you know the answers? She gives you tools and techniques to help you listen to your own inner compass.

Deborah’s unique approach has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show and in O, the Oprah Magazine. In addition, she’s been a featured expert on national television, as well as in print and online, for ABC, Veria Living TV, Organic Spa Magazine, MindBodyGreen.com, and YourTango.com, among others.

She works with patients at NYU Langone Medical Center, teaching Reiki classes, as well as giving individual sessions. Deborah previously worked with patients in the hospice ward at Beth Israel Medical Center.

Deborah specializes in helping people who are experiencing a major transition; dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression; or interested in changing negative relationship patterns. She also works with clients on more specific issues such as: increasing confidence and self-esteem, conquering procrastination and fear of public speaking, enhancing fertility and prenatal support, and overcoming insomnia. As a writer and former dancer, Deborah particularly enjoys working with artists of all kinds to enhance their creative process and performance abilities.

She is a Reiki Master having completed a 600-hour program through the New York Open Center. Deborah is a certified hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists, and is a certified reflexologist through the American Reflexology Certification Board and is a member of the Reflexology Association of America and the New York State Reflexology Association.

With over 15 years of leadership experience in the nonprofit sector, Deborah worked as the Director of Development for several distinguished arts organizations including the Paul Taylor Dance Company and The Academy of American Poets. Her association with the arts extends to her personal activities. She has a book of poetry forthcoming from Tupelo Press, and her work has been published in various poetry journals, including AGNI, The Gettysburg Review, PloughsharesFIELD, and The Southern Review. A former ballet dancer, she toured with Southern Ballet Theatre, as well as taught ballet to at-risk children.

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