Shahana Koslofsky, PhD

Associate Professor | Director of Adult Track
503-352-2621
UC Box 
A-191
HPC-2, Room 291

Roles and Interests

  • Director of the Adult track
  • Latino Bilingual Track
  • Chair of the SGP Diversity Committee
     
  • Clinical Supervisor for practicum students at the Pacific Psychology Clinic conducting psychotherapy from an integrative relational perspective

Instructor

  • Interprofessional Competence 
  • Practicum Seminar

Clinical and Research Interests

Diversity, ethnic minority psychology, cultural adaptations, Latinx mental health, trauma, veterans, gender, attachment, immigration evaluations, integrative models of psychotherapy.

Education

  • PhD, State University of New York, Albany, NY, 2002, Counseling Psychology

Professional Membership

  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Oregon Psychological Association (OPA)

Selected Recent Publications (*denotes student author)

Coplen, A., Stein, S., Koslofsky, S., Bell, K., & Hunsinger, M. (Manuscript submitted for review). Evaluating the Impact of an Interprofessional Course: Do Faculty Attitudes Matter? 

Koslofsky, S., Bell, K., Coplen, A., Stein, S., & Hunsinger, M. (Manuscript in preparation). Innovations in IP Education: A review of two distinct models for teaching interprofessional competence

Koslofsky, S. & Domenech Rodríguez, M. M. (2017). Introduction to Special Issue: Cultural adaptations to psychotherapy: Real world applications. Clinical Case Studies, 16 (1), 3-8. http://DOI: 10.1177/1534650116668273

Binkley, J. & Koslofsky, S. (2017). Una Familia Unida: Cultural Adaptation of Family-Based Therapy for Bulimia with a Depressed Latina Adolescent. Clinical Case Studies, 16(1), 25-41. http://DOI: 10.1177/1534650116668268

Koslofsky, S. (2015). Multicultural Counseling. In Bennet, J (Ed). The Sage Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing

Selected Recent Presentations (*denotes student author)

*Fuson-Lang, L., Koslofsky, S., & Zúñiga, R. (2018, October). Identifying resiliency in the Latinx community: A literature review to inform a qualitative analysis of the Latinx response to the current U.S. sociopolitical climate. Poster presented at the biannual conference of the National Latinx Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.

*Taldo, S., Koslofsky, S. & Michael, P. (2018, October). The Impact of Institutional Betrayal following a Sexual Assault on Hispanic College and Graduate Students. Poster presented at the biannual conference of the National Latinx Psychological Association, San Diego, CA.

Bell, K., Koslofsky S., Coplen, A., Stein, S. & Hunsinger, M. (2018, October).  Outcomes Assessment of Interprofessional Competence Course using the Attitudes Towards Healthcare Teams Scale Attitudes. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions. St. Petersburg, Fl.