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Dean Karen Sowers pins DSW graduate Chenobia Webster

Chenobia C. Webster

Entered DSW Program in January 2013.

Program Completion: August 2014 (upon successful completion of Capstone II defense)

Capstone Title

The Relationship between Gender, Race, and Student Functioning in terms of Mental Health Symptoms, Grade Point Averages and Academic Performance Problem Indicators.

Short Bio
Chenobia C. Webster, DSW, LCSW

Chenobia Webster holds a Doctor of Social Work (DSW) in Clinical Practice and Leadership from the University of Chenobia WebsterTennessee. She currently works at Rhodes College, a private liberal arts college located in Memphis, TN. She is the Assistant Director in the Student Counseling and Development Center where she holds multiple roles of psychotherapist, campus outreach program coordinator and field instructor administrator. She is a certified field instructor for the graduate social work programs (MSSW) for the University of TN-Distance Learning program and the University of Memphis (MSSW) and Master of Science (MS) in counseling programs respectively. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the states of Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas where she is a clinical supervisor for those seeking licensure as an LCSW.

Along with her clinical therapy experience within the college counseling center, Webster's duties as Assistant Director affords her the opportunity to participate in a variety of roles, including advocate, consultant, supervisor and educator. I understand the importance in having a diverse background of experience especially working in the field of social work to affect change not only in clients but also in colleagues, supervises and peers. In my most recent positions, I am fortunate to unite personal and professional interests through my involvement with young adults, education, social work and mental health. Whether, I remain involved with this specialty, or work with the broader population my passion is in seeing growth in the next generation of change agents.  

Research Interests

Webster states, "I understand the importance in having a diverse background of experience especially working in the field of social work to effect change not only in clients but also in colleagues, supervisors and peers. In my most recent positions, I am fortunate to unite personal and professional interests through my involvement with young adults, education, social work and mental health. Whether, I remain involved with this specialty, or work with the broader population my passion is in seeing growth in the next generation of change agents."  


 

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