John Delatorre is a licensed psychologist and forensic consultant with expertise in various assessment fields. He provides assessments for competency to stand trial, capacity to waive Miranda rights, psychological effects in personal injury cases, as well as more.
He is a highly sought-after trial consultant and has provided psychological analysis for television news shows and court shows. Additionally, he holds certification in traumatology as well as serving as a crisis mental health volunteer.
Early Life and Education
John Delatorre was born to Jose and Teresa (Lopez) DeLaTorre on September 4, 1946 in Tijuana, Mexico to Jose Delatorre and Teresa Lopez-DeLaTorre. A 1964 graduate of Garfield High School in Los Angeles, California, John continued his educational pursuits after leaving home for Mexico.
He is a forensic psychologist in private practice in San Antonio, Texas. He uses psychology to provide consultation on criminal, civil and family law cases.
Delatorre is a licensed psychologist in Arizona and Texas, as well as an active member of the American Psychological Association.
She has served as ECE Department Chair and faculty member at Skyline College in California, while serving also as Executive Secretary of the California Community College Early Childhood Education Faculty Association and President of the Skyline College ECE Faculty Senate.
John Delatorre, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in Texas, Arizona and New York with advanced training in forensic psychology. His practice encompasses psychotherapy and assessment for various concerns – from severe mental illness to those with significant trauma histories.
He has extensive expertise in risk/threat assessments, competency to stand trial and criminal responsibility evaluations, child custody evaluations, psychological analysis for television news shows and court shows, disaster mental health volunteering with the American Red Cross and clinical traumatology certification. In addition, he holds a master’s degree from Columbia University.
De la Torre not only taught golfers the intricacies of the game, but he also mentored some of its greatest names – from Masters champion Tommy Aaron to LPGA star Carol Mann. His teaching philosophy was passed along to future generations through assistant professionals who worked under him and students who went on to make their mark at Milwaukee CC and beyond.
Achievements and Honors
John Delatorre is a forensic psychologist and has been recognized by Psychology Today as one of the nation’s 10 best forensic analysts. Additionally, he serves in his community as a disaster mental health volunteer for the American Red Cross and holds certification as a clinical traumatologist.
He holds a master’s degree in forensic psychology and is licensed as an expert forensic psychologist. In addition, he has received several awards such as the NSCS College Achievement Award and Student Laureate award from Lincoln Academy.
He is a proud member of several associations, such as the American Psychological Association and Arizona Psychological Association. For three consecutive years he has been named to the prestigious AAPP College Excellence list; additionally, he received the AAPP Student Educator of the Year Award.
Delatorre, a licensed psychologist in Arizona, Texas and New York, earned his doctorate from Midwestern University – Glendale. Additionally, he completed a postdoctoral internship at a crisis stabilization unit and received advanced training in forensic psychology.
He provides therapy and assessment for individuals with severe mental illness, significant trauma histories, and personality disorders. Furthermore, he has extensive experience in risk/threat assessments, courtroom testimony in criminal cases, as well as child custody evaluations.
In 2021, de la Torre relocated from Arizona back to his hometown of San Antonio to open a private practice. To complement his psychology work, he pursued the Master of Jurisprudence with a Criminal Justice Concentration at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio.
John Delatorre boasts a net worth of $1 million, which he has amassed through his acting career and musical talent.
He is currently dating Lana Condor, a musician. The two began dating in August 2015 and have been happily together ever since.
They have always remained close and enjoy an ardent fan base. On social media, they have shared many of their most beautiful moments with their followers.
As a forensic psychologist, Delatorre utilizes psychology to consult on criminal, civil and family law cases. He evaluates individuals for competency to stand trial, the capacity to waive Miranda rights, psychological effects in personal injury claims and other types of evaluations.