Dr. Sadusky is a clinical psychologist who received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Regent University. Dr. Sadusky is a member of the APA (American Psychological Association). Her specialty is in research and clinical work in sexuality and gender identity, and she has contributed multiple resources on these topics (Emerging Gender Identities: Understanding the Diverse Experiences of Today’s Youth; Understanding Transgender Identities: 4 Views). She has worked extensively with individuals, couples, and families navigating sexual and/or gender identity, and offers consultations to faith-based institutions, ministries, and churches. Dr. Sadusky is experienced in treating trauma-related disorders, eating disorders, mood disorders, substance use, and sexual addictions.
Dr. Sadusky offers a person-centered, culturally-sensitive, relational approach in therapy. She cares deeply about supporting her clients in value-congruent living and integrating multiple aspects of identity. She believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship to foster insight and greater self-awareness as clients become experts on their experiences and difficulties.