Kent Webb, LCSW is a successful, experienced executive coach, leadership consultant, and mental health professional. Kent’s executive leadership expertise developed as an outgrowth of a unique career experience spanning the business world and mental health profession. He has vast experience in both the private and non-profit sectors.
For over fifteen years, Kent was CEO and co-owner of Psychotherapy Provider Network, Inc., (PPN), a Colorado behavioral healthcare corporation. PPN held contracts with self-insured and national health insurance companies such as Coors Brewing Company, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, UnitedHealthcare, and CIGNA to deliver out-patient mental health services to their employees and members. Kent was instrumental in creating and maintaining the vision and mission of PPN as well as leading and managing its Senior Management team while interfacing with national health insurers to provide high quality, cost efficient mental health care to their members.
Kent has served over 25 years in leadership and management capacities in Colorado non-profit organizations. Kent was Board Chair of Foothills Academy, Board Co-Chair of the Alexander Foundation, and a mayor appointee to Denver Mayor’s LGBTQ Commission. He also serves on the Board of Directors of The Murray Bowen Archives Project, a national organization working with the United States National Library of Medicine archiving the professional and personal works of Murray Bowen, M. D.
Kent earned his MSW from the University of Kansas, received extensive training in Bowen Systems Theory, a postgraduate program, at Georgetown University, and from UCLA, Anderson School of Management, earned a Multidimensional Leadership Certificate. He is also a Birkman Certified Consultant and a member of the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches. He was a contributor to the book, The Emotional Side of Organizations.