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Washington Therapists

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Ph.D.

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.

512-956-9420
PhD, MA
Graduate of the Immigration Evaluation Institute

Hi, I am Dr. Laura Preciado. I am a bilingual and bicultural licensed psychologist. I specialize in multicultural psychology and immigration evaluations. I work primarily with BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), LGBTQ+, and bilingual Spanish speakers. I have experience working with unaccompanied youth in foster care and children in the custody of ORR. I have worked with attorneys and attended court as a support person for my clients. I have a doctorate in counseling psychology and a master’s degree in school counseling, thus, I have extensive experience working with clients with a history of trauma and abuse.

206-588-6152
LMHC NCC CFMHE CCHMC CCCE CEAP SAP/DOT EMMHS CMHS

My goal when performing an evaluation is to overcome any barriers to getting your story out. I am able to work with clients from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. I have over 10 years of experience doing evaluations and testifying in court. I strive to make the process as concise and uncomplicated as possible. I am able to perform services in both English and Spanish.

253-750-2664
Psy.D, LMHC

Dr. Osorio offers psychological evaluations for individuals navigating waiver- and trauma-related immigration cases. Throughout her clinical experiences, she has worked with individuals with a history of trauma, domestic violence, and abuse. For over a decade, Dr. Osorio has provided psychological services to the immigrant population and understands their unique needs.

Dr. Osorio has experience as a forensic and correctional psychologist. She has worked with individuals who have been convicted of sexual offenses, both in the community and state and federal prison settings. She conducts evaluations for No Risk Exception for Adam Walsh cases, Risk Assessments, Substance Abuse, etc.

617-752-2526
Psy.D.

Dr. Flores is a clinical psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of PTSD and trauma-related disorders for over 15 years. She has presented on PTSD and trauma at national conferences and for various media organizations. She has significant experience conducting psychological assessments with children, adolescents and adults. She is licensed in Ohio and California and has immediate availability to see clients via telehealth. She is authorized by the PsyPact compact to see clients in 38 states.

216-440-3034
Pys.D., LMFT

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.

978-242-7727

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