Dr. Mary Theresa (Terry) Webb, MEd, PhD is an internationally recognized author/ leader/trainer with expertise in Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders and their impact on families and nations. She writes and speaks on these issues globally and is often called upon to lead training teams for prevention and treatment programs in Russia, Eastern European, East Africa, and Central American countries and has been doing this for over the last 30 years. Dr. Webb has held a leadership role in the Mercer County Addiction Coalition as well as having founded GOAL (Global Addiction Recovery Partners) Project now located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Her books and articles include Tree of Life, The Webb-Fabean Codependence in Family Systems Guide, Healing Family Roles, Hope for Bruised Souls, Who’s Calling, Recovery as a Response to Addiction, The Balancing Act (Charisma), Alcoholism Among Elderly Persons(Psychiatric Services), The Dementia Tsunami (Business Woman) and three featured articles in The Praeger International Collection on Addictions (Alcohol Abuse Impact on Vital Brain Functions, HIV and Addiction from an African Perspective: Making the Link, Codependence from a Family Systems Perspective). She is currently working on a new edition of her book, Following Jesus in the Age of Trumpism, focusing on the public mental health issues currently impacting the United States.
Dr. Webb holds graduate degrees and certificates from the Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of America. She has been named Woman of the Year twice; the first in Sewickley, Pennsylvania and, the second in Lancaster, Pennsylvania where she now lives.
Dr Webb is available for speaking engagements, book signings and will participant in panel discussions about pertinent addiction issues and how they affect nations internationally. For more information and to book Dr Webb, contact her publicist, Kris Parsons 267.909.0038 or firstname.lastname@example.org.