Angie Vredeveld, PsyD

Dr. Vredeveld is a clinical psychologist licensed in Ohio.  Since founding Immigration Psychology Services in 2014, she has performed thousands of psychological evaluations for immigration court.  She has a keen understanding of how to structure the clinical interview to obtain the information needed to answer the legal question at hand.  Dr. Vredeveld has received advanced training in psychological evaluations for immigration court through Physicians for Human Rights and the American Psychological Association.  She also worked at the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center for three years, where she provided psychological evaluations for legal audiences.  She has worked in international humanitarian contexts, including in Uganda where she founded RISE, a nonprofit serving acid attack survivors.  Dr. Vredeveld obtained her doctoral degree from Indiana State University in 2009.

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Jamie Hardy-Besaw, MPS

Jamie Hardy-Besaw is a graduate student in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program at the University of Cincinnati. Working under the mentorship of Dr. Farrah Jaquez, she has a focus in working with refugee and immigrant populations. Born under a Honduran immigrant mother, she speaks Spanish and understands the complexities of life for Latin American immigrants in the United States. Her dedication to working with refugees and immigrants started in Columbus, OH working with refugee resettlement organizations and working as an ESL instructor.

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