Nate Webster, IMH
- Family, marital and pre-marital counseling
- Adolescent issues
- Cultural diversity & awareness
- Men's issues
- Health-related issues (including chronic illness)
- Financial management
- Burnout & career concerns
- Guilt & shame
Nate Webster, IMH
Nate is a Registered Mental Health Intern who understands the challenges of today’s youth, but also speaks the language of today’s adults. He has an original approach to counseling, using metaphors, pictures and stories to uncover mysterious emotions and control undesirable behaviors. He is gifted in finding the root causes of complex issues, helping people make sense of unmanageable problems and overwhelming emotions.
Nate has traveled abroad and has extensive experience with different cultures. His work in India exposed him to the challenges and difficulties of people from Eastern cultures, such as honor, shame, caste systems and the subjugation of women. He has also worked with missionaries, counseling Pastors’ kids, Missionary kids and Third Culture kids.
Nate played Division 1-AA Football in college. He understands what it’s like to play high-caliber athletics and to succeed in the world of sports. He has over 5 years of working experience in mega-churches, dealing with issues like burnout, discouragement, anger and secret sins.
His worldview/counseling approach is based on Christian theology, but has been refined by real world hardship, exposure to different cultures and experience with the complex issues of today’s families.
Nate enjoys a variety of hobbies including video games, cooking, gardening and creative writing. He is an avid outdoorsman with a hunger for exploration. His travels have taken him to Kyrgyzstan, India and most recently, all across Europe. Nate and his wife have been married for three years. They are both Florida natives and die-hard foodies, enjoying good cuisine from all corners of the world, Indian having a special place in their hearts.