Dr. Deborah O. Day

Dr. Day received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology and is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and Certified Family Mediator. Dr. Day is in private practice in Psychological Affiliates, Inc., of Winter Park, Florida. Her practice specialties include forensic psychology including divorce/parenting plan evaluations, collaborative law practice, Factitious Disorders (Munchausen By Proxy), child abuse, and criminal matters. She has testified regarding numerous psychological issues and presents professional workshops and seminars throughout the country.

Dr. Day is the co-editor of the book, Munchausen By Proxy Syndrome: Misunderstood Child Abuse. Her most recent publication, Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome and Child Custody Evaluations are Essential appear in the Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. She completed a three-year appointment to the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Florida Supreme Court and seven-year appointment with the Mediation Ethics Advisory Commission. She is active in the Florida Bar's Family Law Section, previously Vice-Chair of the Domestic Violence Committee and Co-chair of the Litigation Support Committee. Currently, she is Special Advisor to the Section Chair on Children's Issues and Legislation.

Dr. Day is a member of the American Psychological Association, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, the Florida Psychological Association, and an affiliate member of The Florida Bar. Dr. Day is past President of the Florida Psychological Association, Central Florida Chapter and current Ethics Chair. She is a board member of the Central Florida Collaborative Law Group. She completed two terms as a board member of the Florida Association of Family and Conciliation Court (FLAFCC). Dr. Day has extensive television and news experience. She has provided commentary for Court TV, American Health Network, CNN and all the major network news broadcasts.