I invite you to go deep

One-time consultations and regular therapy

You cannot find your therapist but you can meet one. We may turn out to be a match and make a great journey towards recovery together, or we may not. Both options are okay.

Tetiana Stanislavska

Psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist

Psychodynamic therapy is as close as possible to psychiatry, but it is an evidence-based method of drug-free treatment of psychotrauma

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.

What I don’t do:


I don’t restrict myself to psychoanalysis

In our work we can use not just psychoanalysis if other methods turn out to be more efficient.


I don’t lose touch

After consultation I don’t ignore your messages. In special cases I remain on quick call.


I don’t interrupt

If the time for the meeting has passed but you are still crying, I don’t interrupt the session and instead give you the chance to finish and calm down. You don’t need to pay for that additional time.  


I don’t come late

Our therapy sessions always start on time.


I don’t raise prices midway

Having agreed the price once, I don’t raise it even if it has changed for others.


I don’t forget

I listen attentively and memorize well. You won’t need to tell the same story several times.