Nathan Webber earned his Master’s Degree in Community and College Counseling from Longwood University in Virginia. He has been licensed by North Carolina Board of Counseling since 2016. He has over 12 years experience working with adolescents and their families in both in-patient and out-patient settings.
He has worked with adults, adolescents, and children and has extensive experience working with the following: anxiety, ADHD, depression, marital and family conflict, identity issues, behavioral disorders, self-harming behaviors, veteran issues, PTSD, and anger management. Nathan has been previously employed as a school counselor, in-home counselor, private practice counselor, and also as a wilderness therapist.
His approach to counseling has evolved over time based on his varied personal and professional experiences. He believes counseling is a collaborative effort between the client and therapist. Nathan’s ultimate goal with a client is to help them become more aware of the destructive patterns that have led them to counseling, whether thoughts or actions, and to help them create a plan moving forward. He also believes each client is an individual and should be treated as such. Therefore, the style of therapy he utilizes will vary widely based on the individual or family. When working with families, he utilizes a multi-systemic approach with a focus on awareness for all family members on how each affects the other.
Nathan grew up in Ohio but also lived in Virginia and Tennessee before settling in North Carolina. He enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time with his family. He is most content when spending time in nature. He loves being a witness to the growth of another and enjoys helping individuals reach their full potential.
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