Johanna W. Guerrero, Ph.D.


Founder of Immigration Psychology


Johanna W. Guerrero, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in the States of Florida and Texas. Dr. Guerrero has over 15 years of experience in Forensic Psychology. She earned a master’s degree in psychology from Columbia University in New York and a doctorate degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. She completed a post-doctoral internship with the Federal Bureau of Prisons at the Carswell Federal Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

Dr. Johanna W. Guerrero has worked in private practice, correctional institutions, universities, and hospitals. She has conducted well over 10,000 psychological examinations for Federal, State, Criminal, Civil, Immigration, and Juvenile courts. She has testified as an expert witness on more than 200 occasions. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychology-Law Society.

Jacqueline Blanco, Psy.D.



Jacqueline Blanco, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in the state of Florida, currently specializing in forensic assessment, in 35 states. Dr. Blanco has conducted over 5000 forensic evaluations for immigration courts, while also serving as an expert witness. In addition, Dr. Blanco trains and provides consultation to licensed mental health professionals conducting forensic evaluations.

Dr. Blanco received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Albizu University. She completed her doctoral internship and post-doctoral placement at the University of Denver Health and Counseling Center (APA accredited).

Her career has consisted of working in various settings, including a community mental health center, substance misuse residential treatment center, an integrated healthcare facility, evidence-based drug prevention programs, and conducting functional family therapy with juvenile offenders, while providing updates to probation officers and the courts. Dr. Blanco is a member of the PSI CHI International Honor Society in Psychology. She has also had extensive experience providing individual and group psychotherapy.

Dominic L. Galvez, Psy.D.



Dominic L. Galvez, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in the States of Florida and Mississippi, with specialized training and experience in Forensic Psychology. He is able to conduct psychological evaluations in 35 states. He earned a master’s degree in criminal justice from Nova Southeastern University, and master’s and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from Albizu University in Florida. He completed a clinical psychology predoctoral internship at the Mississippi State Hospital, where he also completed a one-year postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology in the Forensic Evaluation Service.

Dr. Galvez has worked in community mental health centers, hospitals, and in private practice. Additionally, Dr. Galvez has conducted hundreds of psychological evaluations for immigration, criminal, and civil courts that have encompassed a wide range of psycho-legal questions. He has also testified as an expert witness for criminal cases. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychology-Law Society.

States we Serve

  • Alabama – AL
  • Arizona – AZ
  • Arkansas – AR
  • Colorado – CO
  • Connecticut –  CT
  • Delaware – DE
  • District of Columbia – DC
  • Florida – FL
  • Georgia – GA
  • Idaho – ID
  • Illinois – IL
  • Indiana – IN
  • Kansas – KS
  • Kentucky – KY
  • Maine – ME
  • Maryland – MD
  • Michigan – MI
  • Minnesota – MN
  • Mississippi – MS
  • Missouri – MO
  • Nebraska – NE
  • Nevada – NV
  • New Hampshire- NH
  • New Jersey –  NJ
  • North Carolina – NC
  • Ohio –  OH
  • Oklahoma – OK
  • Pennsylvania – PA
  • Tennessee –  TN
  • Texas – TX
  • Utah – UT
  • Virginia – VA
  • Washington –  WA
  • West Virginia – WV
  • Wisconsin – WI
  • Wyoming – WY

Providers in Other States

Our psychologists train and provide consultation to clinicians who complete immigration psychological evaluations in South Carolina, California, and New York.