In The Psychologist's Chair with Dr. Raymond H. Hamden has Immigration Lawyer guest Robert Heiserman to discuss "Immigration Law: Protecting or Providing".

April 10, 2012
Hosted by Dr. Raymond Hamden

[Download MP3] [itunes] [Bookmark Episode]

Guest Information

[View Guest Page >]

Episode Description

The United States of America is a leading nation in open doors for the toiled and troubled to enter and find new freedom. But who are these people and are their intentions truly liberty, peace, human rights, abolition of slavery, democracy and opportunity. Robert Heiserman talks with Dr. Hamden about the personalities that seek refuge in the USA - the various reasons and attempts. Can the USA or any other nation of good will be so open to vulnerability ?

In The Psychologist’s Chair ®

In The Psychologist’s Chair ®

Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

In The Psychologist's Chair ® with Dr. Raymond Hamden is registered by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Some programs will feature Psychological Interview with Global guests from politics and diplomacy, sports, entertainment, media, and the fine arts. Everyone will share their personal life experiences; revealing the human depth of understanding their purpose.

Some programs will discuss the concerns of everyday living. Dr. Hamden will communicate the deeper understanding of a significant situation to offer possible assessment, diagnosis, and planning for a solution. We will bring you an Update of latest Applications in Psychology.

Everyone can participate! Join Dr. Hamden In The Psychologist's Chair.

  • Snag
  • ecard
  • Bookmark and Share
Dr. Raymond Hamden

Dr. Raymond Hamden

Dr. Raymond Hamden was born in the United States of America. He has practiced psychology in Washington, D.C. since 1979 and the United Arab Emirates since 1990. His diverse International services are in Clinical, Forensic, Educational, Organizational, and cross-cultural consultation.

By invitation, he has presented before the US Senate and wrote for the US House of Representatives on topics of forensic and political psychology. He has presented at professional conferences worldwide as keynote address, workshop and seminar facilitator.

In October 2008, Dr. Hamden was appointed by Dubai Health Authority (DHA) as Chair, Psychology SME Panel to facilitate the creation and implementation of Psychology Laws of Practice, Code of Ethical Principles, and Scope of Practice for Psychology. In March 2007, he was selected to service on the Plenary committee and workshop for the European Space Agency (ESA) and consult on the clinical elements of human Psychology of Space Travel.

Dr. Hamden is Chair, American Board of Psychological Specialties. A Life Member of several professional organizations, most recently elected to membership in the America Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Dr. Hamden has appeared as an expert in international media.

  • Snag
  • ecard
  • Bookmark and Share

Episode Directory

June 2012

May 2012

April 2012

  • 4/24/2012: Special Encore Presentation: A Dysfunctional Nation and Its People: Becoming Functional Listen Now
  • 4/17/2012: In The Psychologist’s Chair ® with Dr. Raymond Hamden features Victoria Wilson Barasio, Actress and Screen Writer. Listen Now
  • 4/10/2012: In The Psychologist's Chair with Dr. Raymond H. Hamden has Immigration Lawyer guest Robert Heiserman to discuss "Immigration Law: Protecting or Providing". Listen Now
  • 4/3/2012: Special Encore Presentation: VIP Guest Her Excellency Benazir Bhutto, Debut 2003, Re-mix 2012 Listen Now


Her given show name for protection of identity is “Tanya”. Born in a small Russian community, she a mother who was an alcohol abuser and sexually promiscuous, a father who was distant due to work requirements, a younger brother who suffered respiratory disorder and cardiac disease, an older sister who was anxious and inattentive most of the time. “Tanya” was to assume adult responsibilities from the age of 7 years old: never really a child to enjoy the life of youth. She provided and protected the family while nourishing and bonding each person in this dysfunctional dynamics uniquely different and in accordance to their individual needs. Although a good student who loved school and learning, she was forced to assume the life of a prostitute. Now “Tanya” seeks a new life and is writing a book to help others realize hope and know that help is available. View Guest page

Episode Listing:

Victoria Wilson Barasio

From her young years she knew that the media would be her industry with a message. And that message is to help others by showing resolution of an history of abuse. Two screen plays were filmed and one will be presented at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Why would the only child of an Audiologist father and Dental Educationist mother become media savvy? Victoria in fact was educated as a Dental Hygienist. Just turned 30 year young, she makes a statement with words that levitate the listener to another sphere of compassion. Join Victoria Wilson Barasio, Actress and Screen Writer, In The Psychologist’s Chair ® with Dr. Raymond Hamden this Tuesday 09h00 Arizona time … View Guest page

Episode Listing:

Benazir Bhutto

The assassination of Benazir Bhutto occurred on 27 December 2007 in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Bhutto, twice Prime Minister of Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996) and then-leader of the opposition Pakistan People’s Party, had been campaigning ahead of elections due in January 2008. Shots were fired at her after a political rally at Liaquat National Bagh, and a suicide bomb was detonated immediately following the shooting. Did she die an assassinated Martyr; or did she die from just a bad bump on her head after being jagged by the bomb blast? Benazir Bhutto, September 2004 Her is life to be remembered and admired by fans and forgotten by enemies. Meet Her Excellency Benazir Bhutto post-mortum and learn of her personal life as well as the political struggles. View Guest page

Episode Listing:

Robert G. Heiserman

Robert G. Heiserman has been an adjunct professor of law at the University of Denver College of Law, Denver, Colorado. He practices only in the area of immigration law in his Denver, Colorado office. Clients of his firm are primarily corporate, professional, medical, scientific, engineering, computer-related, professional and amateur sports organizations, theater, music and the arts. As chairman of the Professional Ethics and Grievances Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for nine years, he presented papers and led discussions throughout the United States before government agencies and in several other countries on professional responsibility issues related to immigration law practice. Bob is a frequent lecturer and writer on these topics. He has directed his own practice since April 1972. Mr. Heiserman is often retained to represent clients at United States Embassies and Consulates throughout the world. View Guest page

Episode Listing: