Forensic Psychology and the Law with Dr. Delatorre & Daniel Palmer

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Published Jun 25, 2022, 6:05 PM

Forensic psychology is a hidden legal issue blind spot because you may not know that a forensic psychologist could testify in a trial or legal proceeding in which you are involved. Forensic psychologists can be called to testify in civil lawsuits, criminal prosecutions, family, divorce, and child custody disputes, and immigration proceedings. John Delatorre, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in Arizona and Texas and holds the Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT). He earned his doctorate from Midwestern University – Glendale, an APA accredited program. Dr. Delatorre completed his doctoral internship at a crisis stabilization unit and completed advanced training in forensic psychology. Dr. Delatorre provides therapy and assessment for a variety of concerns, including providing interventions to the severely mentally ill, individuals with significant trauma histories, and crisis interventions/de-escalation. He has training and experience in various assessments including general psychological, risk/threat assessments (member of Association of Threat Assessment Professionals, ATAP), competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility, psychosexual evaluations (member of Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers, ATSA), police and public safety, and immigration evaluations. He is a trial consultant and often provides psychological analysis for television news and court shows. Contact Dr. John Delatorre Email:;; twitter: @CrimePsycFiles; instagram: @drjohndelatorre

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