Lisa K. Schkloven is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in child, adolescents, adult, couples, family adn group therapy. She has been in practice for over 35 years. Ms. Schkloven maintains a private practice in Pikesville, Maryland.
Ms. Schkloven received her master's degree from the Tulane University School of Social Work in 1981 where she concentrated on both children's and family services and mental health. Following her graduation, Ms. Schkloven completed her post master's certification in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Tulane University Medical School in the department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
After moving to Baltimore, Maryland in 1984, Ms. Schkloven served as an individual, group and family therapist at the Francis Scott Key Medical Center in the Department of Child. Upon leaving the Francis Scott Key Medical Center, Ms. Schkloven joined the faculty of the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital where she served as a family therapist for two inpatient adolescent units and later as a family therapist at the Forbush School, a private, special education facility for learning disabled and/or emotionally disturbed children and adolescents.
In 1986, Ms. Schkloven became a contractual consultant at Jewish Family Services in the Programs for Families of Separation, Divorce and Remarriage. In this capacity, Ms. Schkloven developed and facilitated therapy groups for children and adolescents as well as adult psycho-educational seminars in the areas of coping with separation/divorce, single parenting and blended family topics.
In 1998, Ms. Schkloven joined the staff at Jewish Family Services in the newly developed School and Camps Consultation Program, where she served as a consultant to such school as the Krieger Schechter Middle School, The Talmudical Academy and the preschools on both campuses of the Jewish Community Center. In the summers, Ms. Schkloven served as a consultant to the six different camps located on both campuses of the Jewish Community Center.
She was then appointed the program coordinator of The Parent Resource Place, a new program for families with children and adolescents focusing on the normative work of parenting. In her capacity as program coordinator, Ms. Schkloven created and directed the development and implementation of The Parent Resource Place's dynamic services: informal call-in and drop in services, parenting workshops, coffee and conversation socials, informational resource packets on a variety of life cycle topics and a lending library.
Ms. Schkloven later incorporated consultation services into her role at The Parent Resource Place. She also developed information for parents via a new website called parentsofteens.info. The website provided parents of adolescents with information in understanding teen development and the issues facing teens today as well as guidance and resources to support parents in raising healthy children during a time of such rapid changes in their adolescents' lives.
In 2007, Ms. Schkloven opened her full time private practice offering psychotherapy service to children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups as well as EAP service and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing services.
Ms. Schkloven has been a regular contributor to Baltimore's Child magazine in the Family Matters column. Her expertise as been sought by such media as Infinity Broadcasting, WMAR TV, WBAL TV, WBFF TV, The Baltimore Jewish times Education Special Section, The Baltimore Jewish time Insider Special Section, The Owings Mills Times, Maryland Family magazine and The Baltimore Sun.
•1982: Internship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry from the Tulane University Medical School, Department of Chid and Adolescent Psychiatry - Department of Psychiatry and Neurology
•1981: Masters Degree in Social Work from the Tulane University School of Social Work
•1979: Bachelors Degree in Sociology from the University of Maryland
Licensure and Accreditation
•1985: Licensed Clinicial Social Worker, Clinical Certification - State of Maryland
•1985: Academy of Certified Social Workers certification - National Association of Social Workers
•National Association of Social Workers