Rebecca McLeod, Practice Leader at Watts McCray Lawyers, featured on Sydney City Psychology Podcast

Recently, Practice Leader Rebecca McLeod from Watts McCray and Clinical Psychologist, Aspasia Karageorge recorded a podcast for Sydney City Psychology.

Within this conversation, they discuss the legal and psychological aspects of co-parenting agreements after separation or divorce. All of the important parenting questions are answered in this recording, such as: How is the child’s best interest taken into consideration? What can parents expect when navigating this process? How can parents best communicate with their children along the way? We discuss all these questions, and more. The podcast aims to provide comprehensive guidance to parents navigating this often challenging terrain.

You can listen on the Sydney City Psychology website or via Spotify:


About Rebecca McLeod (Practice Leader, Watts McCray Lawyers)

Rebecca was admitted as a solicitor in 2008 and has practiced almost exclusively in Family Law since 2012. Rebecca’s business acumen and extensive experience in a variety of Family Law matters, including complex and contentious property and parenting matters, spousal maintenance, divorce, child support and parentage testing, is invaluable when helping clients achieve their desired outcomes. She acknowledges that while possessing the relevant technical skills is absolutely essential, being human-centric and empathetic is also pivotal in assisting clients.

About Clinical Psychologist, Aspasia Karageorge

Aspasia holds a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and Master of Science from the University of Sydney and a Masters degree in forensic psychology from the University of Otago. She is also a Research Associate at the University of Sydney, with a research career spanning 15+ years. Aspasia works with adults and couples using a predominantly intensive psychodynamic approach called ISTDP (Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy), meaning that she focuses on underlying feelings, motivations, and life experiences that sit at the heart of people’s suffering and symptoms.

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