FOR ATTORNEYS AND THOSE SEEKING PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS AND REPORTS
Call 714-460-2777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
PRAISE FOR DR. AVILA’S PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS
“Great job, Dr. Avila. Very thorough and extremely well-written report.” Peter Corrales, Esq., Corrales Law Group, Orange, California.
Dr. Alex Avila is a bilingual (Spanish-speaking) licensed clinical and forensic psychologist. He provides a unique therapy and psychological evaluation service for your personal injury clients, as well as for other specialties, including immigration. He conducts evaluations in his convenient Orange County, Los Angeles, and Beverly Hills locations. Dr. Avila’s therapy and evaluation service offers the following advantages:
*Spanish speaking/bilingual psychologist
*3 Convenient office locations in Orange County, Los Angeles, and Beverly Hills
*Home visits available if clients can’t make it into the office
*Evidence-based, integrative therapeutic modalities
*Meticulously written reports based on the latest psychological research and assessment methodology
*Satisfied Attorney and Therapy Clients
*Personal Injury Evaluations and Therapy, including NIED (Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress), dog bites, burn cases, serious injuries, car accidents, slip and fall, wrongful death, and brain injuries, among others. Evaluations of emotional damages include structured clinical interviews and a comprehensive battery of psychological assessment instruments such as the MMPI-2, MCMI-III, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI-II), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), PROMIS Anxiety Instruments, Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for DSM-V (CAPS-5), and Posttraumatic Stress Diagnostic Scale (PDS).
*Immigration Evaluations and Therapy: I-601 and I-601A Waivers (“extreme hardship”), Visa U/VAWA, Political Asylum, and Cancellation of Removal Proceedings (“exceptional and extremely unusual hardship”). Dr. Avila will:
+Conduct psychological and neurological testing to assess the physical, emotional, and psychological impact on qualifying relatives.
+Review aggravating psychological factors impacting Qualifying Relatives.
+Implement standardized, objective psychological tests assessing Qualifying Relative’s ability to cope and function under extreme hardship conditions.
+Prepare concise medical-legal psychological reports.
*Personal Therapy: Through insurance, and with sliding scale fees for private pay patients—reasonable rates for clients based on ability to pay.