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Dr. Brauman is an experienced forensic psychologist with a fair and compassionate approach to evaluations. In coordination with attorneys and/or USCIS, Dr. Brauman conducts psychological evaluations to assist with a variety of immigration-related concerns, including Asylum, Extreme Hardship VAWA, U-Visa, T-visa, etc. She also assesses for competency to participate in immigration proceedings. She produces comprehensive written reports/affidavits of her findings and often provides expert testimony in the Courtroom.
Dr. Hurtado has experience in the field of clinical psychology, with a particular focus in the mental health of Latinx/e adolescents and adults. Her clinical interests and practice involve crisis intervention, assessment and evaluation, and treatment of acute psychiatric illnesses, such as depression, trauma and PTSD, and eating disorders. Dr. Hurtado area of expertise is the delivery of evidence-based, individual, group, and family interventions at various levels of care, as well conducting culturally-grounded, assessments and evaluations with immigrants and bicultural/bilingual adolescents and adults.
Dr. McRitchie is a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist. He has provided psychological evaluations for hundreds of individuals struggling with a wide range of psychiatric disorders and challenges including PTSD, depression, anxiety, psychosis, personality disorders, domestic violence, substance abuse, and familial separation. Dr. McRitchie will provide you and your attorney an evaluation report that can be a significant factor in your successful case.
Dr. McRitchie specializes in psychological evaluations for clients seeking hardship waivers, asylum, N-648, U/T Visas, and VAWA cases. He obtained advanced training by Physicians for Human Rights and has been active in their pro bono asylum network since 2021. Dr. McRitchie has appeared numerous times in court as an expert witness. Dr. McRitchie has provided workshops and trainings to mental health providers on the best practices for identifying and managing serious mental illness and suicidal ideation.
I am Certified by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards to practice psychology interjurisdictionally in 39 United States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Caroline, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia , Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
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Elizabeth is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and a Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator (TCTSY-F) in Pittsburgh, Pa where she works as a trauma therapist. Elizabeth is a graduate of the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma and has worked extensively with refugees and asylum seekers. She has worked with individuals in both a clinical and case management capacity that have experienced traumatic events including those that have experienced gender-based violence, human trafficking, and commercial sexual exploitation. Elizabeth is passionate about utilizing mind-body approaches in work with her clients, particularly mindfulness, trauma-sensitive yoga, and integrating nature into her work.
Bilingual bicultural Psychologist, immediate openings, can practice in most states. Proven record, established in the greater Philadelphia region among Immigration Attorneys as a trusted and valuable referral.