Sheepshead Bay 260 Ave X
Brooklyn, NY 11223
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Brooklyn, NY 11226
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Downtown Brooklyn 200 Livingston Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Lyudmyla Shashkov, LMSW – Brooklyn Psychologist

Shashkov Lyudmyla, LMSW | Psychologist Brooklyn

Lyudmyla Shashkov, LMSW
Locations in Brooklyn
Sheepshead Bay

Lyudmyla Shashkov, LMSW

Board Certified in Psychology
EDUCATION

  • Columbia University, New York, NY Master of Social Work, May 2010
  • Lviv National University, Lviv, Ukraine
    Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Journalism, May 2000
TRAINING

  • National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina
    Using Trauma Focused-CBT with Childhood Traumatic Grief. May 23, 2013
  • The Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc., New York, NY
    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Treatment of Anxiety, Panic Disorders, Depression and PTSD. January 18, 2013
  • The Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. New York, NY
    Cognitive Behavioral Approaches to Group Work (Advanced). February 8, 2012
  • National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina
    Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. June 2, 2011
SKILLS

  • Language: Fluent in Ukrainian and Russian
SOCIAL WORK RELATED EXPERIENCE

The Bohan-Denton Flatlands Guidance Center, Clinical Social Worker , Brooklyn, NY June 2011- Present

  • Provide ongoing individual, family, couple and group therapy to children and adults
  • Conduct psychosocial assessments, crisis interventions, and needs assessments
  • Maintain all necessary clinic documentation i.e.; progress notes, written assessments and other paperwork as required in accordance with OMH regulations
  • Coordinate care with other service providers and multidisciplinary team
  • Develop, recruit and facilitate Anxiety and Depression Skills group, Women’s Issues group

Zucker Hillside Hospital, North Shore LIJ, Social Work Intern, Glen Oaks, NY September 2009- May 2010

  • Provided intense short-term, up to 6 weeks, individual and group psychotherapy in Adult PHP program
  • Conducted client intakes and psychosocial assessments, treatment planning, discharge planning
  • Provided referrals to medical, housing, and social services
  • Facilitated groups including: Depression& Anxiety Skills; Supportive Therapy; and Family Issues
  • Collaborated with multi-disciplinary team

International Institute of NJ, Volunteer, New Jersey, NJ February 2009-May 2010

  • Provided mental health counseling to individuals and families with history of torture.
  • Provided referrals to services including: medical, legal, housing, and social services.
    Provided psycho-education and support to survivors of torture, trafficking, and domestic abuse from around the world
  • Conducted job readiness groups for newly arrived refugees/asylees, assisted with program evaluation and report/grant writing
  • Translated legal documents for immigration hearings
  • Implemented structured trauma assessments with asylum-seeking adults for immigration hearings
  • Provided psycho-education and support to survivors of torture, trafficking, and domestic abuse from around the world

Jewish Association Services for the Aged, Social Worker, Brooklyn, NY September 2008—September 2009

  • Provided case management for homebound elderly clients
  • Conducted individual counseling, needs assessments, and provided referrals
  • Created liaisons for clients, their families, other care providers, and Adult Protective Services

Gay Men’s Health Crisis/ National HIV Hotline, Peer Counselor, New York, NY May 2007- July 2008

  • Provided emotional support, crisis intervention and education related with HIV/AIDS
  • Provided referrals associated to HIV/ADS and LGBT issues
  • Researched resources and created database related to HIV/AIDS
OTHER EXPERIENCE

High School # 98, Piano Teacher, Ukrainian Literature and Composition Teacher; Youth Mentor Teaching/Counselor,
Lviv, Ukraine May 1994-June 2000

  • Taught Ukrainian Literature and Composition
  • Mentored and counseled students, which included educational and emotional support (support groups for youth, parents, individual counseling and collaborative family meetings)
  • Prepared school performances, which included writing scenarios/scripts; educational and leisure workshops
  • Television and Radio Broadcast News, Freelance Journalist, Lviv, Ukraine May 1994-December 2000
  • Compiled local and national news, including business, state government, and legislative issues
  • Researched and developed stories for the art section and produced newscasts