Understanding Psychological Vulnerabilities of
Divorcing Clients and Their Long-term Impact on Children
Join attorney Heidi-Rachel Webb, psychotherapist Alicia Southwell and Dr. Ray Levy for a
discussion on understanding psychological vulnerabilities of divorcing clients
and their long-term impact on children.
Alicia and Dr. Levy will also be talking about the benefits of divorce
support groups for divorcing clients.
Webb founded Consilium Divorce Consultations, a practice that merges law and
Levy is assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
and has 33 years of clinical experience working with men and fathers. He founded
The Fatherhood Project to continue his clinical work, to develop programs that
teach fathers key relationship skills to raise healthy children, and to educate
parents and professionals about the critical role fathers play in children’s
Southwell is a psychotherapist who works with individuals, couples and
families, and runs two ongoing support groups called “Women in Separation and
Divorce.” The groups are for women in all stages of the divorce process, from
contemplation through post-divorce.
Legal chats are interactive webcasts you can watch, and participate in,
from the comfort of your home or office during your lunch hour. Only available
via real-time webcast. No live meeting will be taking
Heidi-Rachel Webb, Esq., moderatorConsilium Divorce Consultations, Lincoln
Dr. Ray LevyThe Fatherhood Project
Alicia Southwell, LICSWAlicia Southwell, LICSW, Weston