Inter-Cultural Center for Psychology

Subtitle

Sergiy Barsukov PsyD.

(administrator)


Licensed Pychologist (Bilingual Russian, Ukrainian)

Dr. Barsukov has extensive background in cultural and religious studies along with general and specialized training in clinical psychology. He is a graduate from Salem Bible College where he studied concepts of faith in historical, practical, and theoretical perspectives. Dr. Barsukov received his bachelor's degree in management and communications from Western Baptist College (currently Corban), and his master's and doctorate in clinical psychology from George Fox University.
His sphere of psychological services include: psychological assessments, family issues, personality issues, acculturation and other cultural issues, depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety disorders, child and adolescent issues, anger management, abuse issues, and alcohol and drug addictions.

Mia Broberg LPC-Intern

Experienced professional with over 11 years of relevant occupational experience within the human service/disability service/vocational rehabilitation arenas. Innate ability to observe, process and resolve complex issues, conflicts, and policy interpretations. Effective leadership qualities regarding interpersonal conflict, policy and procedural determination, and efficient team-building among staff, as well as partners such as YTP and Mental Health (OSECE). Seeking to join a team dedicated to serving individuals in need of effective counseling and life services. Below is a detailed description of my skills and history:

ACADEMICS

Master of Science, Rehabilitation Counseling 2011

Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR


Sharon Tsai LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Arizona State University        Phoenix, AZ

§     Master in Education

§     Emphasis:  Curriculum & Instruction in Applied Behavior Analysis

Chaminade University                   Honolulu, HI

§     MS Counseling Psychology


  • Instructional services to individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum disorder, i.e., Asperger Syndrome & Pervasive Development Disorder by meeting the specific needs of each student such as reading, letter recognition, articulation, academic and behavioral in the public school setting.
  • Implement behavioral interventions & strategies; conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA), formulation of data collection and analysis of data.
  • Formulation of Behavior Support Plans (BSP).
  • Provide support and consultation to schools, parents and related staff.
  • Parent training and education.
  • Develop schedule systems and training of skills trainers/aides/paraprofessional, teachers and other providers on various learning and behavioral techniques utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
  • Monitor and supervise one-on-one skills trainer/paraprofessional to ensure compliance to student behavior support plan, IEP using evidenced based approaches such as ABA.

Heidi Crispin 

LPC-Intern

Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling (MCFC) April 2016 George Fox University, Tigard, Oregon

Specialized Coursework: Conjoint Therapy, Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Addiction Counseling, Psychopathology & Appraisal, Interpersonal Neurobiology & Pharmacology, Neuroscience & Couple Therapy, and Case Studies in Couple Therapy and Adoptive & Foster Families. Certificates and Continuing Education: Certificate of Proficiency in Continuing Medical Education, ALPHA-STIM, Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES), Vancouver, WA - 11/17 Certificate in Adoptive & Foster Family Therapy, Portland State University, Salem, OR - 6/17 Certificate of Completion in EMDR Basic Training, EMDRIA.org, Portland, OR - 5/17 Certificate of Completion Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Dr. Wendy Bruton, Salem, OR – 7/16

Denise VanDewalker LPC

Graduated from Western Baptist College and George Fox University. 

Licensed Professional Counselor. 


Treatment specialties include:
Individual and family therapy

Child therapy 3-11 years old

Variety of diagnoses and treatment modalities 

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Marla Moreno LPC

Graduated from Northwest Christian University with Master's degree in Professional Counseling. 

Holds a license as a Professional Counselor. 

Work experience includes providing services to various groups of individuals and families residing in Oregon. 

Conversational knowledge of Spanish language. 

Britney Paddy LPC -Intern

Education

Relational Psychotherapist. 
Registered LPC Intern. Currently providing relational-cultural therapy. Recently graduated from the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver with a master of arts in counseling psychology with a concentration in clinical mental health and specialization in addictions.
Thomas Dooley, LPC-intern

  • Three years of mental health and career counseling experience: VR & Community Mental Health
  • Experience working with transition age youth ages 14-21 providing mental health counseling with a variety of theoretical perspectives and career exploration services.
  • Experienced with career counseling and helping individuals identify strengths, skills, interests. Guide individuals through labor market research to match factors to employment settings.
  • Implement evidence based mental health practices including CBT and DBT to address barriers and empower clients to develop positive coping skills and strategies to achieve goals.
  • Fosters a therapeutic environment to build rapport and empathy to create a collaborative relationship which encourages individuals to problem solve and develop solutions to perceived problems.
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPCi): Passed CRC equivalent LPC Exam and receiving supervision for remaining hours to obtain full licensure.
xt few months. I hold myself to the highest ethical practice and have great professional boundaries.

Education:

Master of Science, Rehabilitation Counseling: Completed June 2014

Western Oregon University, 345 Monmouth Ave. N., Monmouth OR 97361

Course Work: Cultural Diversity, Counseling Skills, Techniques, Theory, Research, Vocational Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Legislation, Medical Aspects, Human Development, Client Assessment.

Contact Information

Inter-Cultural Center for Psychology

Phone: 503-930-3607

Email: [email protected]

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 8-5pm

Sat: 10-4pm

Sun: Closed

Address

Salem

401 Ratcliff DR SE, Suite 10 and Suite 110

Salem, OR 97302


Newberg

710C Foothills Drive, Suite 104

Newberg OR 97132