Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon) | Robyn Hood | Edie Jane Eaton | Debby Potts | Bibi Degn | Kathy Cascade | Sarah Fisher | Marty McGee Bennett | Lucie Leclerc | Karin Freiling | Tina Constance | Lauren Mccall | Lily Merklin | Lisa Leicht | Eugenie Chopin | Marie Miller | Lindy Dekker
For as long as she
can remember, Debby
would spend her
life working with animals.
began to live the TTouch philosophy of creative problem solving even before she
had any idea this would be her
life's work; she
was extremely allergic to anything covered with hair or fur!
Of course she
dreamed of having a dog.
turtle named Herman and her
canary, Tangie, were wonderful but it wasn't the same as thoughts of walks around the block with her
very own dog.
One day her
parents learned that poodles didn't shed.
Shoni, a silver miniature poodle, soon became her
Debby's interest in health and well-being was sparked by her
childhood companion animals, and continued with her
becoming one of Oregon's first board certified veterinary technicians.
grew up breeding and showing horses, which gave her
an extensive background into working with many different breeds and disciplines of horses.
A horse born with severe neurological damage initially brought Debby to TTEAM and TTouch in 1984 after the veterinarians had done all they could to help the filly.
The amazing progress Spirit made inspired Debby
to use TTEAM and TTouch
to improve the lives of animals and their people on a physical, mental and emotional level.
Debby's passion for helping people and animals in a fun, positive and creative way is evident in the many workshops and trainings she
teaches every year.
has been a popular speaker at various international conferences including the Association of Pet Dog Trainers
and the International Symposium on Rescue Dogs.
She established TTouch in Japan and oversees the TTouch Companion Animal Practitioner Training there.
From the beginning, Debby
has used TTouch
to help humans as well as animals.
Today Debby frequently works with people to help them reduce pain, recover from illness or injury and to improve mobility and function.
finds the TTouch
work and philosophy to be an important part of helping people to find balance and well being in their lives.
often says, "TTouch
isn't just what I do, it's who I am.
philosophy has strongly influenced her
life and that of her
2 wonderful sons were raised with these concepts and often asked their mom for TTouch
when they had bumps and bruises.
Debby travels much of the year teaching trainings and working privately with individuals in North America, Europe, South Africa and various parts of Asia.
lives near Portland, Oregon with her
human and animal family.
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