Immigration Evaluations: Making a Powerful Impact, Expanding Your Practice

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Co-Hosted by CAMFT: Central San Joaquin Valley and Chico Chapters

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Few therapists realize that simply by providing assessments for immigration legal cases, we can help refugees get asylum and help immigrant families stay together. PLUS, with reliable referral streams from immigration lawyers, therapists can create thriving, sustainable practices. There’s a HUGE need for these assessments, and it’s surprisingly easy to get started.

Imagine it...

> Life-saving work with refugees & their families

> Financial breathing room & long-term stability for your business

> Working from home via telehealth

And what’s amazing is... It's actually really easy. No need to have a doctorate, be bilingual, or have any specialized experience. You already have the skills to assess mental health symptoms, and the right training shows how to apply those skills to the unique needs of immigration cases.

Join this free LIVE WEBINAR with Georgia King, LCSW, prominent therapist & immigration specialist, and find out how to work on the front lines of advocacy for immigrants, while creating powerful and meaningful new streams of income.

Sign up now and spread the word to anyone who might be interested! Can’t wait to see you there!

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Organizer Georgia King, LCSW

Organizer of Immigration Evaluations: Making a Powerful Impact, Expanding Your Practice

Georgia King, LCSW is one of the leading therapists providing immigration evaluations in the United States. Over the past decade, she has provided assessments for hundreds of immigrants from around the world with an exceptionally high success rate. Ms. King is also at the forefront of training therapists, and since founding The Immigration Evaluation Training Center in 2017, she has taught hundreds of therapists around the country how to provide expert evaluations and how to launch thriving businesses. She regularly appears in immigration court as an expert witness and has been a guest speaker at Georgetown Law School and the Smith College School for Social Work. Since 2012, she has collaborated with the advocacy group, Physicians for Human Rights as part of their Pro Bono Asylum Network. Ms. King is passionate about contributing to social justice and supporting like-minded therapists in doing the same. She can be reached through her website

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