I came to teach at Webster about 10 years ago in the Counseling Graduate Program at Rolla, MO and it continues to be a wonderful experience. I was initially seen by some as a strange choice for a teacher because I not only have the Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology but I also have the Doctorate of Naturopathy. For some a person with an ND is a strange individual but my training in natural healing has been a good companion with the training and years of experience I bring to the graduate class.
Certainly my experience with the wonderful students who have come to study at Webster for their graduate degree in counseling toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor has done nothing but show the companionship of my training and experience with the students and with the goals and interest of the school.
The biggest joy for me in my experience with Webster is to see the academic and professional growth of the students as they move through the academics of the classroom, into a classroom practice experience, and then on into the field experience. The students bring much knowledge and work background with them into the classroom and then to see them blossom into making good clinical judgments and more than appropriate judgments in interactions with clients in their field experience is assuring of their competency. To hear feedback from field supervisors of the quality of student Webster is sending them is all rewarding. With positive feedback from the fi