Kent Webb has had the unique experience of working in both the organizational and mental health worlds with practices in each field. He is an executive coach and a licensed clinical social worker who has obtained broad experience and education as both a Chief Executive Officer and a mental health coach. He is certified as a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), as well as a member of ICF. He has earned a Multidimensional Leadership Certificate from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, Executive Education program, and is a certified Korn Ferry Leadership Architect and 360 coach. For twelve years, he was CEO and principle of Psychotherapy Provider Network, PC, a state-wide network of behavioral health care providers, where he was clinical director and manager of contracts with national health insurance companies.

After receiving a Masters of Social Work and an undergraduate degree in Music Therapy from the University of Kansas, Mr. Webb trained in the Postgraduate Program in Bowen family systems theory and its application to mental health, organizations and to leadership development at the Bowen Center in Washington, DC.

Kent is a board member of The Murray Bowen Archives Project and he also served on the Denver Mayor’s LGBTQ Commission. Additionally, his background includes training, facilitating seminars, and speaking. He has been a trainer for the US Department of Justice, the Human Rights Campaign and The Denver Center for Trauma and Resilience. He has given presentations at the National Bar Association, The National Managed Healthcare Congress, The National Employee Assistance Association, the Bowen Center, and the Colorado State Mental Health Conference.

Mr. Webb’s experience as a trainer and facilitator also include various aspects of organizational development and management. He has conducted such trainings at QWest Communications, Coors Brewing Company, and the Department of Behavioral Health for the District of Columbia.

His publications include a chapter in Death and Chronic Illness in the Family and a chapter in The Emotional Side of Organizations: Applications of Bowen Theory.