Member Listing - Jennifer Sapia

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Suffix: , Ph.D.

First Name: Jennifer

Last Name: Sapia

Title: Licensed Psychologist

Practice Name : Sapia Psychological Associates, Inc.

Address: 4320 Southport-Supply Rd.

Apartment/Suite : Suite 400

City: Southport

Zip: 28461

Country: U.S.A.

Phone: (910) 457-0800

Secondary Phone Number/Extension :

Fax: (910) 457-1072

E-mail: jennifer@jennifersapia.net

Website: www.jennifersapia.net

Wheel Chair Accessible: Yes

Insurance Taken:

Accept most insurance plans including: BCBS, NC Health Choice, Medicaid, Medicare, Value Options, UHC, UBH, Tricare, Cigna

Foreign Language:

Appointment Times: Mon-Fri varied; early morning and evening hours available

Areas of Specialization/Focus:

Forensic Psychology, Psychological Assessment, Trauma, ADHD/Learning Disabilities. Services: Diagnostic assessment of children, adolescents and adults; individual and family therapy, school consultation.

Forensic evaluations and consultation regarding competency, child custody and parenting capacity, diminished capacity and mitigation. Accept forensic consultation cases involving trauma, abuse and PTSD, civilian and military.

Personal Statement:

Dr. Sapia moved to Wilmington, North Carolina in 2004 from Durham where she had been the Director of a community-based mental health, developmental disabilities, and forensic clinic serving children, adolescents and adults. She was also a Clinical Psychologist at the Center for Child and Family Health (Duke University/UNC affiliated trauma evaluation and treatment center)and Clinical Associate in the Dept. of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center.

Dr. Sapia has maintained a private practice since being licensed in North Carolina in 2001. She is a currently a Captain in the Army National Guard Medical Detachment Unit serving as a Clinical Psychologist. She is a Child/Family Evaluation Program Examiner (CFEP) and Supervisor (formerly Child Forensic Evaluation Program through UNC-Chapel Hill). CFEP is an evaluation service for children and adolescents who are being investigated by CPS agencies in North Carolina as possible victims of abuse or neglect.

Dr. Sapia received her doctorate in Counseling and School Psychology from SUNY at Buffalo in 2000 and has held faculty positions in Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at ECU, James Madison University and Duke Medical Center as well as in Pediatrics at the Brody School of Medicine.

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