Mr. Staubach is a Deaf psychotherapist and a licensed supervisor based in Alabama. He received his Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Antioch New England Graduate School. Upon graduating from Antioch University, he worked as a counselor at the Community Council of Nashua in New Hampshire for 6 years, before moving to Alabama. Along with his work at Deaf Counseling Center, he has been a Regional Therapist with the Office of Deaf Services, Alabama Department of Mental Health, for over 10 years. There, he specialized in working with inpatients in a psychiatric hospital as the Director of Bailey Deaf Unit. Since the closing of this Unit, Mr. Staubach has been providing outpatient therapy and counseling services to children, adolescents, couples and in group settings. When he is not in the office, Mr. Staubach is a competitive endurance cyclist, competing on a national basis on his mountain bike.