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What lies before us and what lies behind us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Randall Webster

In-person (North Location), Telehealth

Adults, Couples, Family

Offers in-person sessions on Mondays, and Fridays at our north location near the Arboretum

Randy Webster, LMSW

Supervised by Karimah Rose LCSW-S

Professional Profile

Randall is a LMFT-Associate. He graduated from Saint Edwards University with a Masters of Arts in Counseling. He has experience working with individuals, couples, and families who range between an array of disorders from anxiety, trauma, depression, relationship, workplace stress, and others. Additionally, Randall worked for over 13 years as a case manager with individuals diagnosed with Bi-Polar, Schizophrenia and major depression. He is very comfortable working with individuals who experience symptoms of psychosis.

Randall is a veteran who served in the United States Marine Corps. When not working Randall enjoys traveling, sports, and spending time with family and friends. He believes his purpose is to help people improve their quality of life through the support of mental health counseling.


Grief / Loss
Substance Use


Aetna, Private Pay / Self Pay
Low Cost


Hello! I look forward to working with you. I appreciate your courage to take a chance and seek out help. I also appreciate this opportunity to walk alongside you in this journey of discovery and building. I want you to know this is a safe space and you are free to express yourself however you feel and say whatever you want without judgment. It is my hope that together we help you find solutions to the problems you are facing and to develop new ways of responding to old stressors.

How I Work

I draw on a number of therapeutic approaches with the bases of everything I do being client centered. I decide the modality to use based on the client and the context of the problem. I utilize Emotion Focus Therapy for both individuals and couples, along with Gottman for couples. I also use CBT, mindfulness, and Person-Centered modalities for individuals. When working with families, Bowen and structured family therapy is used.

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It is my hope that together we help you find solutions to the problems you are facing and to develop new ways of responding to old stressors. I draw on a number of therapeutic approaches with the bases of everything I do being client centered. I decide the modality to use based on the client and the context of the problem.
Therapist Spotlight

What made you decide to become a counselor?

The world always seemed like such a big difficult place to me. I knew from the time that I

was little that I wanted to do something to at least make the world a little softer and

brighter. I tried volunteering, mentoring, and making documentaries, but nothing seemed

quite right. Working with people had always been my passion and I decided to go back to

school to become a therapist because I always believed in the quote, “Helping one person

might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person.”

If you could teach the world one skill or technique to improve their lives, what would it be?

Emotion regulation. I think there are a lot of things we miss out on growing up, especially

when we grow up in homes that aren’t ideal. But one vital skill that most people never

learn is how to manage emotions. The average person walking down the street doesn’t

know what to do if they feel panic, rage, or loneliness. When you start to learn that

emotions are just signals from your body and how to interpret them, then you can

understand your emotions better. Once you understand your emotions, you can begin to

cope with them effectively, and honestly that can feel like a superpower.

Have you personally been in counseling and if so, what did you learn about yourself?

Yes, I know just what it’s like to feel vulnerable and sit on the other side of the office. I

learned that no one is immune from struggle and breaking down the idea of perfection as

the ideal standard is very powerful. I also learned that just giving voice to my own truth is

very freeing.

If you could recommend one book to all your clients, what would it be?

Clarity and Connection by Yung Pueblo. It is a beautifully relatable book about healing,

relationships, and our connection with ourselves.

Who is your ideal client?

I love working with clients who are ready to do the work. Sometimes therapy can be

difficult and uncomfortable. I’ll always hang in there with you if you are ready. Know that

sometimes, with your consent, I might offer you a perspective or a solution that could be

difficult to hear. But I will always be kind, and I won’t push you if you aren’t ready.

What inspires you to help others?

I have so much privilege and have been given so much in my life, I wouldn’t feel right if I

didn’t give back and help others on their journey.

How do you personally practice self-care?

I say “no”. If I don’t want to do something, I’m honest. I always show up for myself. I also

make sure to unplug and take time away from social media to be in the world doing things

that I love.

If you are hosting a dinner party, who are the 3 people you would invite and why? 

Yung Pueblo, because he is the most beautiful, insightful author I’ve ever read. I think he

could teach me how to live life in a more authentic and meaningful way. Brené Brown,

because she is an amazing woman who, through her work, has taught me so much about

courage, vulnerability, and authenticity. It would be amazing to meet such an accomplished

woman who could elevate my understanding of how to be such a strong fearless woman.

Third, I would invite Jónsi, from Sigur Rós, because no matter where I am when I hear his

music, I feel like I am at home. I think someone who understands humanity in this way

would be indescribable to meet.

How do you relate to Mindfulness? How do you incorporate it in your sessions?

To me, mindfulness is about present moment awareness with curiosity and without

judgment. The value of this is learning to get out of our heads and live in the moment. A

way I like to get into mindfulness is with grounding work, where we focus on noticing the

present moment by focusing on the five senses. Additionally, if a client has never tried

meditation before, often we can try a short meditation together and discuss the experience.

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