Shauna Keller is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist currently practicing in Virginia, while maintaining licensure in California, District of Columbia, and North Carolina.
Within her clinical practice, Dr. Keller provides treatment to adults presenting with a range of clinical concerns from anxiety and depression, life transitions, to individuals wanting to attain a deeper understanding of themselves. Dr. Keller’s approach is empathetic and direct with emphasis on assisting the client to regain a sense of power and control over his/her life. Taking the first step to enter therapy and discuss your private matters is difficult, but also courageous as no one likes to feel vulnerable. Having a nonjudgmental environment where clients can feel safe is paramount.
Dr. Keller specializes in combat-related trauma/stress and deployment issues for active duty or veteran service members and their families. She has experience conducting adult forensic psychological evaluations in both civilian and military courts. Evaluations include general psychosocial, diagnostic and personality assessment, civil commitment, military service related disability evaluations, competency to stand trial, and sex offender risk assessment.
Dr. Keller completed her postdoctoral training at Coalinga State Hospital, a maximum security civil commitment facility located in California, providing treatment and evaluation. While there, she served as a Senior Psychologist Specialist developing comprehensive behavioral plans targeting identified problematic behaviors. Dr. Keller later worked as a contractor with the United States Navy aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC. Over the course of her time at Camp Lejeune she treated hundreds of active duty service members and their families suffering from combat related trauma and other service related issues.
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