I am an Educational Psychologist, also trained as a teacher, offering a range of services to assist organizations and individuals to meet the challenges associated with special educational needs. I assist educational organizations to analyze areas of strengths and needs and to develop creative responses that support both students and teachers. I also provide educational psychology and professional development services to international schools.
I was born and educated in Great Britain and have lived in Canada since 1967. I am the parent of a culturally different child (Inuit/Canadian Eskimo) and have several grandchildren. I travel extensively (I can have my backpack ready in half and hour) and write short stories
In my busy professional life I have been a classroom teacher, a special educator, a university professor and an administrator in a department of education. My full C.V. is on line. I have made Whitehorse, in the Yukon Territory of Canada, my home since 1989 and I undertake projects within Canada and internationally.
Dr. Webster holds a B.Ed., M.A., and Ed.D. in Educational Psychology (Human Learning, Development and Instruction) from the University of British Columbia. She taught in the public school system for 10 years. Subsequent to receiving her doctoral degree in 1982, she taught undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Education at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay and the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Dr. Webster has lived in the Yukon since 1989, where for 6 years she was Director of Special Programs with the Department of Education. Dr. Webster’s additional cross-cultural experience includes work in the Eastern Arctic of Canada with the Inuit, Northern British Columbia, the West Indies, Africa and Southeast Asia.