School of Professional Psychology Faculty
Shahana Koslofsky, PhD
Director, Interprofessional Course
Associate Director of the Latino Bilingual Track
PsyD Clinical Program and MA Counseling Program
School of Professional Psychology
- PhD, State University of New York, Albany, NY, 2001, Counseling Psychology
- BA, Bates College, Lewiston ME, 1993, Women’s Studies
- Predoctoral APA approved Internship in Clinical Psychology
- Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY 2000- 2001
Licenses and Awards
- Licensed as a psychologist in California (since 2002) and Oregon (since 2007)
- Minority Fellowship Program Fellow, HIV/AIDS research training 1998-2000
Previous Relevant Work Experience
- Bilingual child psychologist for children aged 5-18 and their families and bilingual adult psychologist for individuals and couples 18 and over in community mental health, independent practice, and hospital based settings.
- Intern Supervisor for APA approved internship in clinical psychology
- Core Faculty, Pacific University
Roles and Interests
- Clinical Supervisor for practicum students at the Pacific Psychology Clinic conducting psychotherapy from an integrative relational perspective
- Core Faculty, Latino Bilingual Track
- Instructor: Evidence based psychotherapy with children, Social and cultural Foundations
- Clinical and scholarly interests: Diversity and cultural competence, Latino psychology, HIV/AIDS, psychodynamic and relational psychotherapy
- Other professional roles and responsibilities: Maintain bilingual independent practice working with individuals, couples, and families; Vice Chair and soon to be Chair of the Diversity Committee of the Oregon Psychological Association
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- Oregon Psychological Association (OPA)
- OPA Diversity committee, Chair
- (2013) Towards an integrated model of care: a panel presentation. Participated as a panel member in this 2 hour workshop. University of Western States, Portland, OR.
- Koslofsky, S. (2013). Cultural competence in audiology. Lecture presented to students in the Audiology Program at Pacific University. Hillsboro, OR.
- Duran, E. (2013). Toward a new view of intergenerational trauma. Participated as a panel member in this full day workshop led by Dr. Eduardo Duran. Portland Community College, Portland, OR.
- Koslofsky, S. ( 2012). Managing your HIV/AIDS patient in crisis; The grey zone. Presentation delivered to HIV/AIDS community organizations.
- Koslofsky, S. ( 2011). HIV/AIDS: The Basics: What you need to know for your clinical practice. Presentation delivered to psychology graduate students at the Pacific Psychology Clinic.
- Koslofsky, S. (2011). Culturally competent treatment: How do I do it? Presentation delivered to psychology graduate students at Pacific University.
- Koslofsky, S. (2011), Ethical decision making in a diverse world: A co-presentation of the OPA Ethics and Diversity Committees. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Oregon Psychological Association, Eugene, OR.
- Koslofsky, S. (2010). Working with Latino families: The clinical interview. Presentation delivered to psychology graduate students at Pacific University as part of a course entitled Assessment with Latino Clients.
- Gil-Kashiawbara, E., Gonzalez, S., Koslofsky, S., & Moore, L. (2009). State of the art assessment: Responding to diversity. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Oregon Psychological Association, Eugene, OR.
- Koslofsky, S. (2003-2008). Effective strategies for working with Latino clients. One-day course delivered for various mental health agencies and providers in Oregon and California.
Shahana, Koslofsky, PhD
School of Professional Psychology
Pacific University HPC 2
190 SE 8th Ave, Suite 260
Hillsboro, OR 97123