Ksenia P.

Psychologist, psychoanalyst

Foreign Languages

- Russian (native)
- Serbian
- English


1994-1999 – Yaroslavl State University, clinical psychology.
1999-2003 – Eastern European Institute of Psychoanalysis (EEIP in Saint Petersburg), psychology with a focus on psychoanalysis, clinical psychology and psychoanalysis.

Additional Education

2005/2018 – Additional courses at EEIP:
1. Psychotherapy for families, children and teenagers (certificate and attestation).
2. Specialized course “Freud – Lacan” (attestation).

Professional experience

1999-2018 – Private psychoanalysis practice (in person and online). Psychological consultation and psychotherapy focused on mental health and well-being, development in bilingual children, raising children and teenagers, parent-child relationships, professional and family difficulties – especially those of adults, children and teens adapting to life abroad – interpersonal relationships, personal growth and psychosomatic disorders.

2003-2011 – Center for Practical Psychology (Moscow, now known as “The Higher School of Practical Psychology and Business”).
Teacher, author and leader of training programs and seminars.
Teaching courses in psychoanalytic subjects: diagnostics, psychoanalysis theory and technique, group work, applied psychoanalysis; developing and conducting seminars and training programs for personal growth (intended for students of the psychology department); organizing the Psychoanalysis Club (video lectures, supervision sessions, etc.).

2006-2007 – Charitable foundation of Dmitry and Matvey “Klub Priklyuchenie” (“Club Adventure”).
Deputy director at the camp “Big Adventure” (Republic of Karelia), head of mental health services.
Developing systems for hiring and training personnel (watersports instructors, excursion guides); organizing training programs, educational seminars, testing and post-training support; individual coaching and supervision for heads of the company (motivation, interpersonal relationships, communicating in a group, special psychology, conflict resolution, stress management, etc.); organizing and developing the mental health services at the camp; developing methodological tools.

1999-2002 – Yaroslavl Oblast Clinical Psychiatric Hospital.
Clinical psychologist, teacher.
Individual diagnostic and remedial work (psychoanalysis oriented) with different age groups of the population; group psychotherapy; teaching classes in psychoanalytic subjects to psychiatrists.


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