Trauma therapy

Neuroses, anxiety, panic attacks, depression. Borderline disorders.

Losses, death of a dear one. Crises, war-related psychic trauma, PTSD.

Supporting psychotherapy for those who are on psychopharmacotherapy.

Tatyana Stanislavskaya

Psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, sexologist

Psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, sexologist. My education and experience are about human dramas and mental health. During the war in Ukraine, I remained in Kyiv where I work with the victims. 

I have founded War Psychotrauma Institute; I also run a Telegram channel, a blog on Patreon and LinkedIn. I have developed an original course “War Won’t Write It Off”.  I lead an intervision group.  I organize conferences, accumulating international experience of colleagues working with mental health. I conduct individual therapy and accompany patients in their psychiatric treatment.


How is psychoanalysis related to psychiatry?

Why do I, a psychoanalyst, talk about mental health?

The School of Freudian psychoanalysis is the most clinical-oriented branch of psychology. Freud was a psychiatrist and professor of medicine. He was also an honorary member of the European Societies of Psychiatry/Neurology and the American Psychiatric Association.

Freud interned with the great psychiatrists and studied the brain in psychiatric clinics, hence his discoveries in the treatment of neuroses and psychopathologies.

Nowadays, psychoanalysis is included in psychiatric training programs at universities around the world as a therapeutic tool for working with mental disorders. Both with and without using psycho pharma.

Another reason is that besides specialized education, I constantly upgrade my qualifications in the field of trauma therapy and psychiatry.