About Deborah Prevallet
Hi, Debbie here. Thanks for visiting! I am a 35-year business professional, licensed clinical technician and recent college graduate from Southeast Missouri State University. I am continuing my studies to become a Tri-lingual Interpreter. Having traveled as an exchange student to Buenos Aires, Argentina, my (almost) second language is Spanish. As a student of American Sign Language, ASL will be my third language acquisition.
My major areas of expertise, however, remain in trouble-shooting causes for excessive workers' compensation expenditures, doing healthcare advocacy within the geriatric community, and, educating/facilitating the process of adding wellness to physicians’ practices. For more information on how I approach each of these facets, please click the appropriate link to your left.
As a public speaker, I enjoy educating the general public on a variety of subjects and have a portfolio of seminars from which to choose. Corporate and industrial seminars are customized toward occupational hazards. So, whether it is holding public venues for all to attend or training a few select staff members who will in turn train the rest, my seminars are fun, interactive, educational and reasonably priced. I vow to provide exceptional service at an equitable price.
Whomever The Wellness Connections serve, we do so with the highest level of excellence, respect and professionalism. Life’s journey is hard enough so when hurting people commission help, gentleness is in order and honoring dignity is a top priority. We are all on this continual, sometimes elusive, journey to be “better.” No matter the level of health and wellness at which we find ourselves, or how many times we may have to begin again, together we can achieve a higher state of well-being. There is much to be shared regarding the impact of the spirit-mind-body connection and its link to health, happiness and prosperity. Thank you for being a curious spirit and having an open mind. Your body will be the better for it.
Thank you again for sharing your time, as it is our rarest commodity. For that reason, you may be assured all appointment times will be honored. I believe it is of the utmost importance we are as good as our word, and that we value the gift of time. Plus, punctuality is just good business.
Ciao, for now! ~ Debbie