Lee Webster

BS, MSW, LCSW, BCD

"I am honored that so many people have allowed me to join with them in their life's journey. It is tremendously rewarding to see the growth and healing that comes in the counseling process."
Lee Webster

Practice Location

Wausau                               
631 Forest Street               
Wausau, WI  54403            
(715) 842-0944

 

 

Credentials

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Board Certified Clinical Social Worker (American Board of Examiners)
EMDR training Levels I & II – The EMDR Institute
Certified Prepare-Enrich facilitator for couples counseling

Education

Schools Attended:
University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh BS (Psychology)
University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work

Residency or Internship:
Lutheran Children’s Friends Service Society (Adoptive agency)
Fort Logan Mental Health Center (Colorado State Hospital)

Special Interests

I enjoy working with adults (individuals and couples)
Clinical training and supervision of Residents
Depression/Anxiety
Marriage and Couples counseling
Addictive behaviors (Internet, pornography, gambling)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Faith Based Counseling

Provider Bio

I have provided counseling services for over 40 years and am constantly in awe of the resiliency of the human spirit.  The counseling relationship is truly unique in that people share their hopes and pain in a trusting environment, often opening wounds that they have never told another person.  I am honored and thrilled at the growth and healing that I have participated in.  Seasoned by experience as a husband, father, employer and mentor I bring a lifetime of personal joys and difficulties to the counseling experience.  I have a passion for good marriages and strong families.

Barb has been my partner in life since we met in college and we have shared both adventures and trials together.  We have three married children who have blessed us with 13 grandchildren.  Living on the farm where the kids were raised, we love having the grandkids around to keep us young.  I enjoy reading with Barb, time at our cabin, playing golf, carpentry, traveling, walking in the woods and sometimes just sitting by the river.  Our faith has guided us on life’s journey and is the compass that we use to set our course.