Lindsay C. Webster, Ph.D., LPC, CSC, NCC

Visiting Assistant Professor

Human Development, Family Studies, and Counseling

Lindsay C. Webster, Ph.D., LPC, CSC, NCC

Contact

lwebster1@twu.edu
940-898-2274
WH 104-A

Biography

Lindsay Webster is a Visiting Assistant Professor for the Counseling & Development program. She is a licensed professional counselor, certified school counselor, and national certified counselor, and she has experience counseling clients of all ages in school, community, residential, and acute care settings. 

Education

Ph.D., Counseling, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 2016

Expertise

Clinical Mental Health Counseling; School Counseling; Mindfulness-based Interventions

Latest Articles

School Counselor Roles and Opportunities in Promoting EcoWellness: Integrating Nature Connection in K-12 Settings
Professional School Counseling (2019)
Ryan F. Reese, Lindsay C. Webster, Kathy Biles

The impact of psychotherapeutic Reiki on anxiety
Journal of Creativity in Mental Health (2019)
Lindsay C. Webster, Janice Miner Holden, Dee C. Ray, Eric Price, Tessa M. Hastings

Students' perceptions of career counseling: An examination of a graduate curriculum in the United States
British Journal of Guidance and Counselling (2019)
Natalya A. Lindo, Peggy L. Ceballos, Sarah Blalock, Charmaine Conner, Josh Edwards

Use of Child Centered Play Therapy Responses in a Child Care Setting
Dimensions of Early Childhood (2017)
Joel H. Muro, Lilia Lamar Muro, Katherine Kensinger Rose, Lindsay C. Webster, Cassie Allen

A Narrative Approach to Process Group Work with Counselors-in-Training
Journal of Creativity in Mental Health (2016)
Lindsay C. Webster, Maria Spellings

The Effects of a Success Skills Group on Adolescents' Self-Regulation, Perceived Learning Competence, and Self-Esteem
Professional School Counseling (2014)
Ohrt Jonathan, Lindsay C. Webster, Mario De La Garza