This one is intense. With the immigration situation the way it is in the country now (and yes, too, the world!), it’s comforting to know that there are people like my guest today, out there.
Georgia King, LCSW is a psychotherapist who specializes in immigration law. Working with lawyers throughout Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., she has completed more than 90 clinical evaluations for immigration cases.
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As the director and founder of The Immigration Evaluation Training Center, she is committed to helping therapists develop the skills and confidence they need to provide exceptional immigration evaluations. Georgia has trained extensively with the advocacy group, Physicians for Human Rights, and she regularly appears in court as an expert witness for asylum cases. She has also been a guest speaker at the Georgetown Law School, teaching law students about the impact of trauma on asylum seekers.
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