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Our host, Kristin, joins family law attorney, Evonne Hopkins, and psychologist, Kari lenox, for a discussion about how martyr parent(s) can negatively impact child custody and divorce cases.

Evonne is a North Carolina Board Certified Family Law Specialist and Certified Parent Coordinator licensed to practice in North Carolina, California, and the District of Columbia. Evonne earned joint JD/MBA degrees from the University of San Francisco in 2003 and a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Philosophy from Rollins College in 1998. Evonne utilizes her training, education, real world experiences, as well as her people skills to obtain the best results for her clients.Evonne has been practicing for 20 years and takes pride in helping thousands of families navigate through extraordinarily high conflict cases. Never one to shy away from conflict, Evonne is known for her straightforward honest style, powerful advocacy and is considered a formidable opponent.In addition to North Carolina, Evonne has been fortunate to live in New York, Florida, California, Spain and Japan. Evonne’s world has always been one of many cultures filled with diversity and family. She approaches each case with unique insight and a keen ability to problem solve and rework false narratives.When she’s not practicing law, Evonne loves to travel and support local animal rescue organizations.

www.raleighlawcenter.com

Kari Lenox, Ph.D., received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in 1988 and her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Duke University in 1998. Dr. Lenox spent five years as a stay-at-home mom before going into private practice in 2004. She worked for Silber Psychological Services before going into her own private practice in 2012. During her earlier professional training, Dr. Lenox worked with aggressive children through the Durham public school system. She also provided preschool consultations and worked with young children and their families through the Orange-Person-Chatham County mental health center. Dr. Lenox currently works with children, adolescents, adults, and families and has special interests in behavioral and compliance problems, general parenting concerns, depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, and women’s issues. She is also a Parenting Coordinator and aids children and families in managing high conflict, co-parenting, and general divorce issues.

www.karilenox.com

Mental Health News Radio, its guests, and hosts are not giving out any legal advice and/or psychological treatment. While all content is based on learned experience, these shows do not reference any one case, patient and/or client. Any similarity is a coincidence. Content is not to be construed as legal advice and/or psychological treatment and/or the creation of the attorney/client or Doctor/Patient relationship.


Our host, Kristin, joins family law attorney, Evonne Hopkins, and psychologist, Kari lenox, for a discussion about how martyr parent(s) can negatively impact child custody and divorce cases. Evonne is a North Carolina Board Certified Family Law Specialist and Certified Parent Coordinator licensed to practice in North Carolina, California, and the District of Columbia. Evonne earned joint JD/MBA degrees from the University of San Francisco in 2003 and a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Philosophy from Rollins College in 1998. Evonne utilizes her training, education, real world experiences, as well as her people skills to obtain the best results for her clients. Evonne has been practicing for 20 years and takes pride in helping thousands of families navigate through extraordinarily high conflict cases. Never one to shy away from conflict, Evonne is known for her straightforward honest style, powerful advocacy and is considered a formidable opponent. In addition to North Carolina, Evonne has been fortunate to live in New York, Florida, California, Spain and Japan. Evonne’s world has always been one of many cultures filled with diversity and family. She approaches each case with unique insight and a keen ability to problem solve and rework false narratives. When she’s not practicing law, Evonne loves to travel and support local animal rescue organizations. www.raleighlawcenter.com Kari Lenox, Ph.D., received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in 1988 and her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Duke University in 1998. Dr. Lenox spent five years as a stay-at-home mom before going into private practice in 2004. She worked for Silber Psychological Services before going into her own private practice in 2012. During her earlier professional training, Dr. Lenox worked with aggressive children through the Durham public school system. She also provided preschool consultations and worked with young children and their families through the Orange-Person-Chatham County mental health center. Dr. Lenox currently works with children, adolescents, adults, and families and has special interests in behavioral and compliance problems, general parenting concerns, depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, and women’s issues. She is also a Parenting Coordinator and aids children and families in managing high conflict, co-parenting, and general divorce issues. www.karilenox.com Mental Health News Radio, its guests, and hosts are not giving out any legal advice and/or psychological treatment. While all content is based on learned experience, these shows do not reference any one case, patient and/or client. Any similarity is a coincidence. Content is not to be construed as legal advice and/or psychological treatment and/or the creation of the attorney/client or Doctor/Patient relationship. read more read less

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