Dr. Casey Sharpe is an Associate Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Forensic Psychology Department. She is a graduate of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Forensic Master’s program and Clinical Psy.D. program. Prior to joining The Chicago School as faculty in 2010, Dr. Sharpe has extensive training in conducting forensic evaluations (competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, aid in sentencing, civil commitment/risk assessments, as well as pre-employment and fitness for duty evaluations for civilian, law enforcement and public safety personnel). Dr. Sharpe also has experience providing expert testimony in cases involving civil commitment for individuals with mental illness and risk for violence, as well as dangerousness related to drug/alcohol abuse. In addition to her work for Psychological Dimensions, Dr. Sharpe also serves as clinical director of the outpatient fitness to stand trial restoration program at The Chicago School Forensic Center. As part of this work, she conducts fitness to stand trial evaluations and oversees clinical services for clients who have been adjudicated as unfit to stand trial in their criminal proceedings, and who are in need of treatment in the community. In addition, Dr. Sharpe is also involved in other specialized forensic evaluations including Miranda waiver, competence for immigration proceedings, psychological evaluations for immigration court (e.g., asylum).