Johanna W. Guerrero, Ph. D.
Johanna W. Guerrero, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist. Dr. Guerrero has specialized training and experience in Forensic Psychology. She earned a Master 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, and hospitals. She has conducted well over 2,300 psychological examinations for Federal, State, Criminal, Civil, Immigration, and Juvenile courts. She has testified as an expert witness on more than 185 occasions. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychology-Law Society.
- Dr. Johanna W. Guerrero
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Jessica Sanfiel, Psy.D
Jessica Sanfiel, Psy.D. is a post-doctoral fellow at Florida Forensic Psychology. Dr. Sanfiel has training and experience in Forensic Psychology.
She earned her Master Degree in Clinical Psychology with distinction and a Doctorate Degree (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology with Forensic concentration from Albizu University in Florida. Dr. Sanfiel has worked in private practice, community mental health facilities, and an inpatient psychiatric forensic hospital.
Johana J. Soto, MSW
Mrs . Soto has bachelor in psychology from Lehman College in New York City, and she has master in Social Work from Barry University in Miami FL. She has worked with children and adults providing individual and group psychotherapy. She has worked in various clinical settings including hospitals, mental health clinics, and correctional institutions. Mrs. Soto has provided services to the courts in cases of domestic violence and child custody matters.
Jacqueline Blanco, M.S., RMHCI
Jacqueline Blanco, M.S., RMHCI is a Clinical Assessment Specialist at Florida Forensic Psychology. Ms. Blanco earned an en route Master Degree in Psychology from Albizu University and she is currently pursuing a Doctorate Degree (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology at Albizu University under a general concentration.
Ms. Blanco has worked as a clinician providing in-home intervention using the evidence-based functional family therapy model for the treatment of criminal, behavioral, academic, and conduct problems with juveniles on probation and their families. Her clinical experiences have also consisted of externships at a community mental health center, an inpatient facility for substance users with co-occurring disorders, and a forensic private practice setting. Ms. Blanco has worked extensively coordinating evidence-based campaigns and overseeing grant fidelity for drug prevention programs. She is a member of the PSI CHI International Honor Society in Psychology and a student affiliate of the American Psychological Association.