I assume the first question you have is about credibility.
Who created the course and will it provide the desired outcome?
I get it. There are lots of courses online and for that, I think it’s important to do your due diligence.
I’ve conducted hundreds of evaluations, worked with numerous lawyers, and taught clinicians across the U.S to add the niche to their counseling practice.
“I went online to look for training on how to do immigration evaluations. After doing some research I came across Juan’s immigration training series and I thought I’d give it a try! Three days later and I feel confidence that I didn’t have coming into the training. I can now do excellent and thorough immigration evaluations. The lawyers working with me, love my work. Juan was also available to me whenever I had any questions or doubts. I know that Juan is going to continue to be a great resource for me and to anyone who seeks guidance. I highly recommend Juan’s Immigration evaluations training.”
– Maritza Koslow, LPC
“I am happy that I found Juan’s immigration evaluation training online. Juan has a wealth of experience doing these evaluations and can identify with clients because he also went through the immigration process as a child.”
– Collin Weekes, M.A. LPC
“I have been doing immigration evaluations for over 8 years and was looking for a training that could provide more insights into ways to improve my assessments and report. This Immigration Training Course was outstanding and surpassed my expectations. The training provides practical and theoretical insights on how to conduct and write a comprehensive psychological evaluation. I had following questions and Juan responded to my questions in a timely manner, and was very professional and helpful. The attorneys and clients that I work with are very pleased with my updated evaluations.”
– Daylin Rodriguez, MD, LPC, PhDc
MARKETING & REFERRALS
WRITING THE EVALUATION
LEGAL & CLINICAL KNOWLEDGE
CLICK HERE to join clinicians just like who are interested or are currently working in immigration evaluations.
Joining gives you access to the QUICK START GUIDE to writing powerful hardship evaluations. Each month, you will receive resources that are aimed at helping you build your immigration practice, work with immigration attorneys, increase revenue, and write expert hardship evaluations.
- Practice of the Practice Episode #380. Juan Is An Introvert And He’s Good At Marketing, An interview with Joe Sanok.
- The Practice of Therapy Episode #98. Being Genuine And Authentic In Your Private Practice. An interview with Gordon Brewer.
- The Abundant Practice Podcast #117. Adding Immigrant Hardship Evals To Your Private Practice. An interview with Allison Puryear.
- The Private Practice Startup Podcast #121. Immigration Hardship Evaluations and Practice Building. An interview with Kate and Katie.
- Selling The Couch Podcast #209. Immigration Hardship Evaluations and How To Conduct, Market, and Charge For Them. An interview with Melvin Varghese.
- The Therapist Experience Podcast #161. Staying Authentic and Building A Family Business. An interview with Perry Rosenbloom.
Good Therapy.org Contributions:
- Presented the Immigration Workshop to mental health professionals at Universities and Professional Conferences. Juan is a contributor for GoodTherapy.org, the presentation is available for continuing education credits.
The immigration training workshop is a set of courses created to help clinicians learn everything they need to know about effectively writing immigration evaluations, marketing, and filling a private practice.
The training will educate you to understand everything that you need to know to add writing immigration evaluation niche to your counseling practice. In the training, you will learn exactly what you need to know when it comes to each immigration case.
The training covers common immigration cases (U-Visa, VAWA, T-Visa, DACA, Cancellation of Removal, Asylum, and Extreme Hardship Waivers).
You will learn how your role as a clinician fits into the immigration evaluation service you are providing as well as how to work with the attorney during the collaborative relationship. The immigration training provides guidance in learning how to work with the client from the initial phone call to the evaluation or testimonial phase. You will have an inside look at how evaluations are conducted and written as well as professional and ethical considerations.
The courses offered are a collaboration between myself and my colleague immigration attorney, Alexander Eiffe.
If this sounds like something that you find value in register today!
My name is Dr.Juan Santos and I am a professional counselor and consultant at Santos Counseling PLLC, a private practice that focuses on supporting individuals, couples, and families to overcome emotional challenges. I was born in the Dominican Republic and grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. For close to ten years, I have been working with immigration attorneys supporting individuals and families with immigration mental health evaluations.
My name is Alexander Eiffe and I was born in Bogota, Colombia and grew up in North Carolina. After attending UNC-Chapel Hill for my B.A. in Philosophy I obtained my Juris Doctorate from Villanova University School of law. I have been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey since 2010, and in North Carolina since 2011. I am also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, the Middle District of North Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. I have been practicing almost exclusively immigration law since 2012. To date, I have represented citizens and nationals of over 50 different countries. While our office predominantly handles family-based immigration we also handle removal defense and employment-based cases.