Areas of Specialization & Professional Interests
My academic interests lay in weaving culturally competent psychiatry, employing and exploring film in psychiatry, enhancing ethnic and sexual minority (LGBTQ) mental health, and university mental health. With psychotherapy, my area of expertise surrounds identity formation and related influences such as sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, and cross-cultural concerns. In addition, I have experience treating all types of medical conditions, including depression, anxiety, and personality disorders as well as childhood disorders such as ADHD and attachment disorders.
Morehouse College, B.S., 2002. Baylor College of Medicine, M.D., 2007.
Menninger Department of Psychiatry/Baylor College of Medicine, General Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (general psychiatry; child and adolescent psychiatry)
Webster C, Telingator C. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Families. Pediatric Clinics of North America. December 2016; Vol. 63, Issue 6, 1107–1119.
Webster C, Valentine L, Gabbard G. Film Clubs in Psychiatric Education: the Hidden Curriculum. Academic Psychiatry. October 2015, Vol. 39, Issue 5, 601–604.
Webster C, It Gets Better Project. Book Review. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2013; Vol. 52, No. 6, 657-659.
Camp M, Webster C, Coverdale T, Coverdale J, Rayne R. The Joker: A Dark Night for Depictions of Mental Illness. Academic Psychiatry 2010; 34:145–149.
Distinguished Laughlin Fellowship, Henry P. and M. Page Durkee Laughlin Foundation 2011,
American Psychiatric Association Diversity Leadership Award 2009-2011,
American Psychoanalytic Association Fellowship 2009–2010
Instructor in Psychiatry, part-time, Harvard Medical School
Contemporary film, city biking, baking, anything by authors Zadie Smith or James Baldwin