Tiffany Webb


I am a native Texan, born in Tyler and raised in Dallas. I attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee where I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I later attended Dallas Theological Seminary earning a Masters degree in Biblical Counseling. I have been practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the Dallas area for over a decade. In 2017, five of us founded our own practice, Magnolia Counseling Group, which has been a lot of fun and a great learning experience. I am currently earning a Doctorate of Professional Counseling from the Texas Institute of Professional Psychology which I began in April 2023.

As far back as I can remember, I have always been interested in psychology as well as enjoyed helping others. Throughout my years as an LPC, I have worked in a variety of mental health settings and each has gifted me unique and valuable training. I have attained clinical experience in a pregnancy resource center, sober living home for women, Parkland Hospital, post-abortive group therapy, and private practice. My specific areas of interest are family of origin and relationships, depression and other mood disorders, substance use disorders/addiction, eating disorders, post-abortive care, grief, and trauma.

My clients are a gift and I consider it a great privilege and joy to accompany them on their counseling journey. I draw from several evidence-based theories to care for my clients and am growing more familiar with attachment science through my doctoral program, which has been so exciting and worthwhile. I desire to always provide a safe and empathic space for clients to process life’s hardships and pain. My heart is to help clients find a path toward freedom from whatever ails them and to live in the fullness of who God has created them to be.

When I am outside of the Magnolia Counseling Group office, I can be found on a roadtrip with my husband, young daughter, and our two labradors or studying in a coffee shop. I also love aqua fitness and ice cream.

"Sometimes the bravest and most important thing you can do is just show up."

– Brené Brown