Spencer Webb, LCSW, joined Grand Peaks Behavioral Health in February 2020. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree, majoring in Sociology from Brigham Young University – Idaho in
2003. He then went on to complete his Master of Social work degree from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, in 2006. Spencer has since practiced as a Licensed Clinical
Social Worker for local counseling centers, Madison County Probation, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, as well as Optum Idaho before joining the Grand Peaks team of Behavioral
Health Clinicians. With over 14 years of experience, Spencer Webb’s knowledge of complex mental health and community issues has become his specialty. His therapy model is a blend of
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focus Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.
Although not a native to Idaho, Spencer considers Idaho home. Spencer and his wife, Emily and their 7 children have lived here since 1999 with a short leave back to Washington to go to
graduate school. Spencer enjoys the perfect summer nights Idaho offers. He loves grilling burgers, mowing his lawn, and sitting around the campfire with his family and friends listening
to music and telling stories. Other interests include yard work, woodworking, golfing, raising chickens and pigs, and growing his Christmas trees and pumpkins each year. Spencer loves
spending time with his family whether its playing games, watching a good movie or having nothing planned at all, as long as it includes Oreo’s and lots of laughing.
Grand Peaks is pleased to have such an experienced clinician join the Behavioral Health team, where a myriad of mental health services can be provided to the community.