Dr Sadie Sheafe, Ph.D., LCSW
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Sexually Violent Perpetrator evaluations, Psychosexual Risk Assessment, DUI, Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, Sexual Harassment & Gender Discrimination
Dr Sheafe is considered an expert on domestic violence and issues related to childhood trauma, rape, incest, sexual abuse and porn addiction. She has worked with thousands of clients throughout the United States & Europe.
She has over 24 years of clinical experience working with families and couples in therapy. She specializes in: substance abuse treatment, drug addiction, sex therapy and couples counseling. She can be called upon by litigators as an ‘Expert Witness’ for issues related to sexual crimes and dysfunction.
She offers phone counseling or in-person visits for those living in South East Virginia. For complete information please visit: http://www.drsadiesheafe.com/telephoneconsultation.html or email her at
[email protected] Sheafe.com.
Dr Sheafe is a Board Certified Clinical Sexologist, American Board of Sexology Diplomate, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Currently, she serves as the Chairman, Virginia Legislative Committee: National Association Social Work, (NASW) and Virginia, Regional Representative for Hampton Roads, Virginia; Member, American Board of Clinical Sexologists and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). She has been appointed to the Mental Health Advisory Council Board for the city of Portsmouth, Virginia and was elected to the State Board of Directors for NASW. She is currently the Chairman of the Department of Veterans Affairs Social Work Professional Standards Board, Virginia and an Adjunct Professor at Norfolk State University in the Doctoral and Masters Degree Programs for Social Work.
Dr. Sheafe specializes in Sexually Violent Perpetrator evaluations, Psychosexual Risk Assessment, DUI, Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Matters