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Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

Francisco Ortiz offer comprehensive mental health evaluations for immigration processes. He has experience working with individuals who have been victims of severe traumatic events. He currently serves as Director of Behavioral Health.


Hi. I’m Ismary a bi-lingual licensed therapist who specializes in emotional and behavioral challenges. I have worked in a variety of settings with clients that experienced impactful life changing events causing them un-welcomed distress. My areas of specialty include emotional and behavioral challenges with individuals who are experiencing mood disorders such as but not limited to depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder in children, adolescents and adults. Moreover, providing parenting support, difficulty adjusting to new life situations, trauma, and gender identity.

I seek to create a non judgmental and supportive environment. My goal is to work closely with both the client and their attorney to provide a thorough and seamless evaluation process. Currently, I have evening and weekend available tele-health appointments.

Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

My name is Yettel Jimenez, and I am a Professional Therapist with License to practice in the State of Georgia.
In 2006 I immigrated to the United States through the family reunification program.
The immigration process is stressful.
I remember as if it were today my immigration interviews, the fingerprinting appointment, and the medical exams.
My goal is to combine my personal experiences with my qualifications and professional studies, and do the process immigration evaluation as easy and stress free as possible.

Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

I have been offering psychosocial evaluations for immigration cases since early 2020. I pride myself on delivering clear, well written reports that accurately reflect the client's background and current mental functioning. I have extensive training in trauma including domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, and international conflicts. Prior to obtaining my Master’s degree, I worked for 6 years as a manager of disaster relief programs in the U.S. and abroad.

In my personal life, I am an adoptive parent to two teenage girls from trauma backgrounds and have a newborn. My husband and I served as foster parents for two years, taking on emergency placement of high needs children. We have five mini goats and two very spoiled dogs, including a trained therapy dog who often accompanies me to the office!

I conduct evaluations virtually with clients anywhere in Indiana and Colorado.

Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

I am a Licensed Psychotherapist in Michigan, specializing in treating trauma symptoms and advocating for human rights. field. I've worked with adults, families, children in a variety in-patient and outpatient settings. With my approach, I tailor the assessment to the particular needs of each case, so your story is always told with clinical implications and data to endorse your experience. This work is deeply meaningful for me, and if you have a need for evaluations, I’d welcome hearing from you.

Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

Hi! I've been in practice since 2007 and have offered immigration evaluations since 2015 working with families around the globe. Before studying for my Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) at University of Michigan (GO BLUE!), I earned a B.A. in Spanish, lived aboard in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for a time and traveled around Central America. As such, evaluations can be offered in Spanish. The focus area of my practice is grief and loss offering a unique prospective when working with immigrant families. In addition to immigration evaluations, I provide individual psychotherapy and grief counseling to men and women of all ages as well as teach online courses about all things grief.


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