Debra Lynne Katz is an internationally renowned speaker, and founder and director of the International School of Clairvoyance (ISC) — one of the first online schools in the world to offer interactive small group clairvoyant training in teleseminar and webinar formats. Debra is an author of You Are Psychic, Extraordinary Psychic, and Freeing the Genie Within.
She has been a professional clairvoyant, healer, medium for the past 25 years and is a parapsychologist and research subject. She has performed thousands of clairvoyant readings to help people understand more about themselves, their lives and relationships. She is also an accomplished remote viewer, having assisted with financial forecasting; business consulting; finding lost objects, and occasionally crime solving and even treasure hunting.
She is currently a PhD student in Psychology at the University of West Georgia and holds a Masters Degree in Social Work with a B.A in Psychology. She is a former Federal U.S. Probation Officer; legal advocate for domestic violence victims, director of day programs for adults with developmental disabilities.
While Debra is a talented and popular clairvoyant-medium-psychic-remote viewer, she is perhaps more unique in her belief that all people have the innate potential to tap their own intuitive powers. She is also unique in that she is a psychic researcher in addition to being a spiritually orientated psychic. She works around the clock to continue to improve her own intuitive abilities and those of countless others, convinced that most of humanity has not even come close to realizing their true potential.
Professional Organization Memberships
She is a member of the Parapsychological Association (PA), Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE), American Society of Psychical Researchers (ASPR), the Rhine Research Center, and is an experienced research subject in many experiments on psychic functioning. She has also operated as a remote viewing project manager for several years. She was interviewed twice by Eight Martini’s RV magazine.
She is also a member of the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) and the Applied Precognition Project (APP) and their all-stars group APPI. She is the two-time winner of IRVA’s Warcollier Research Award and of the Parapsychological Association’s PEAR Research Award.