Availability: I am not accepting new therapy patients at this time. I am scheduling patients for psychological and forensic evaluations. Please note that contacting me by email will result in the quickest response.Last Updated on March 29, 2022 by Keller Shauna, Psy.D.
Email Dr. Keller or call 703.680.4200 x113
Shauna Keller is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist and certified sex offender treatment provider currently practicing in North Carolina, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., while maintaining licensure in California.
Please note that while Dr. Keller is accepting referrals for forensic and clinical mental health evaluations and consultations, she is not accepting new patients for therapy at this time.
Dr. Keller provides adult forensic psychological evaluations, consultation, and expert testimony in both civilian and military courts. Dr. Keller specializes in sex offender treatment and risk assessment and combat-related trauma/stress and deployment issues for active duty or veteran service members. Common areas of practice include military service related disability evaluations, bariatric surgery, competency to stand trial, sentence mitigation, pre-employment evaluations, fitness for duty, and psychosexual risk assessments, and violence risk assessments.
After graduating from Arizona State University, Dr. Keller completed her doctoral studies at John F. Kennedy University in 2008. She 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. She has worked in a variety of settings including adult detention centers, outpatient sex offender treatment programs, and as a contractor with the United States Navy aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Over the course of her time at Camp Lejeune she treated hundreds of active duty service members suffering from combat related trauma and other service related issues.
or call 703.680.4200 x113