In the News: Ann Webb has been invited to represent SNAP at The White House Summit for The United State of Women June 13-15 in Washington DC.
She was invited to participate as one of 15 survivor advocates by the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence.
Says Ms. Webb: "I am thrilled to be taking part in this White House initiative announced by President Obama in January."
My name is Ann Hagan Webb. I am a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and have been in private practice for over 30 years.
After majoring in psychology at Brown University, I received masters and doctorate degrees in counseling psychology from Boston University.
In the past I specialized in treating children of divorce. Currently I have expanded to include adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. In addition to treating clients, I have actively and publically pursued global reform for these victims.
As one of the founders of the South Shore Coalition of Independent Therapists, (SSCIT), I was its president for 15 years and remain on the board of directors. The coalition is an inter-disciplinary group of psychotherapists promoting education and networking.
With Bill Gately I was the New England Co-cordinator of SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, for a decade, beginning in 2002. Currently I am the SNAP leader for Rhode Island.
I am a member of the American Psychological Association, the Massachusetts Psychological Association, and the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
I see clients in Norwell, MA, where I am the Director of South Shore Counseling Center, in Wellesley, MA and in South Kingstown, RI. Having multiple offices allows me to see clients from a wide geographic area.
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