For three months – June, July, and August – we will study, socialize, and read. And, of course, work.
3 days a month
Webinars will be held three Sundays a month. For the rest of the time we will have intervisions in our private Telegram channel.
The course consists of 3 modules: “War Traumas”, “Fundamentals of Clinical Psychology”, and “Transgenerational Trauma”.
Attention! The course has counter-indications:
- for those presently in critical psychological state, with clinically confirmed impairments in mental functioning and/or a psychiatric diagnosis;
- for combatants and/or victims of physical and sexual violence, captivity, and torture.
Terms of training services are provided in Public offer agreement
Author’s Course For Psychologists
Greetings. My name is Tatiana Stanislavskaya, and I am the author of the training course for psychologists “War Won’t Write Off”.
It is based on my knowledge and years of experience as a trauma therapist, as well as case studies of victims exposed to missile attacks in Kyiv.
Indeed, the branches of military, clinical, and transgenerational psychology are gaining particular relevance right now. But once the war is over, they will matter even more.
You can take my course or seek knowledge from other sources. But trust me, you will definitely need it. These are the times.
You will appreciate the “War Won’t Write Off. 2.0” course if:
you spent much time and money learning to become a professional psychologist, but now you lack new knowledge concerning military, clinical, and transgenerational psychology
You got clients requesting something that you don’t know how to cope with.
You feel trapped in a professional vacuum: few colleagues understand how to work in the current conditions.
You have been affected by the war and all your previous knowledge seems to have lost its significance, while you need to keep practicing.
You are confused about concepts and terms. For example, you confuse “PTSD” with “combat mental trauma” or “combat stress”.
You have no time or great financial resources to get another higher education.
You lack professional support in dealing with difficult client cases.
Before the war you loved your profession very much, but now you are confused and feel helpless.
You are one of those specialists who is constantly learning and growing professionally.
“War Won’t Write Off. 2.0”
War | Clinic | Transgeneration
Neurophysiology of Trauma
Trauma and the brain. Threat and encountering danger. Trauma is the trigger event of individual disturbances.
Disruption of neurotransmitters. Mental exhaustion. Resistance. Trauma fixation. A shattered self. Learned helplessness. Crises – especially dangerous conditions. Rules of trauma therapy.
Consequences of war trauma
Polyvagal theory. Mirror neurons. Dominant theory. Panic attacks. Shock trauma and first aid rules. Crisis state and
methods of therapy. Loss and grief. Acute grief and stages of therapy
Difficult cases of war
Depression in ICD-11 and DSM-V. Monoamine and neurotrophic concepts. Raptus. Comorbidity of depression. Combat mental trauma (shock trauma) and therapy. PTSD in ICD-11 and DSM-V. Mechanism of PTSD. Dissociations. Sexual abuse. Captivity and torture.
Fundamentals of clinical
History of (Soviet) punitive psychiatry. The concept of norm and pathology. Character accentuations. The pentagram of psychiatric diagnoses and their brief overview. Principles of diagnosis. Psychiatry and psychotherapy. Psychoneuroses, anxiety states, psychoses, affective disorders.
Phenomenological approach. Schizophrenia. Dissociations and multiple personalities in PTSD. Bipolar affective disorder. Personality disorders. Narcissism. Psychopathies. “Non-magical” pills (review of psycho pharma).
Addictions and suicides
The cycle of addiction. Pathology of cravings. Psychoanalytic approach. Typologies of suicidality. Causes of suicides. Risk factors among adolescents. Suicides in classical painting and contemporary art. Menninger’s suicide triad. Principles of therapy. Suicides during and after the war.
Transgenerational psychic transmission of trauma in the context of the country, family, and personal history. Freud, Jung, Sondy, and fate analysis. Unconscious mechanisms and principles. Family systems, triangulation, projective separation. Genogram. Eric Bern’s “Life Scenario”. Andre Greene’s “The Dead Mother.”
Pathogenic family patterns: key phrase, complaint, projection. Scenario matrix. Family “mandate” of high expectations of a family member. Family secrets. Parentification. Family tragedies and deaths.
Collective trauma and archetypes. The impact of trauma on the psyche and the process of transmitting trauma over the next 3 generations. Transmission object. Emotional field. Societal regression.
8 hours of lectures
throughout the day, with short breaks
total number of lectures and Q&As
of intervisions and professional communication
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT THE WAR PSYCHOTRAUMA IN UKRAINE
My offers to English-speaking participants
You can buy the recorded course lectures interpreted into English.
Choose a topic from the Course Program that you want and let me know.
Feedback from the participants of the 1st Stream of the course “War Won’t Write Off”
This stream was held in winter 2022-2023 – in December, January and February. During rocket and drone attacks in Kyiv. In the midst of military blackouts and communication, water, and heat outages in Ukraine.
And still we made it. Learning, communicating, and parsing client cases in the intervision group. And work. Continue to work, no matter what.
The slides are gorgeous. The work is huge. Very cool that there is no water, everything is clear and to the point. I have not regretted for a second that I bought the course, and I recommend it to my colleagues. I listen, watch, savor, and immediately put it into practice, I get pleasure.
The coach, psychologist at the Anna Valensa Center
Thank you, Tatiana, for creating such a lively space where you feel professional, feel confidence, unity, and support. Special thanks for taking care of the visual support of the course. I am a visual person who needs to see things with my eyes to remember them, so the visual support of your lectures is very important to me.
The peculiarity of the course ntervision group – I was on my territory: understanding, support, and tremendous attention to the cases. Presentations with a cinematic effect, as if watching a movie. It begins in the depths of the brain and ends on a political map of the world with an overview of mental processes superimposed on the experiences of war participants and witnesses. To give such a huge field in 3 months is a talent of a specialist and an artist at the same time.
Human Resources Administrator, Pixela Labs
Thank you for so much-needed useful knowledge. I read a lot of books, I knew a lot. But just on the course, it all settled so beautifully in my head during the lectures. Just like you, Tatiana said at the lecture:
“Took it out, cleaned it, sorted it, and returned it beautifully folded in my head.” Thank you.
I am at the beginning of my professional journey, and it was important to get into the circle of experienced specialists to feel “at ease”. After each lecture, I felt tired, and then immediately the rush of energy. I gained a lot of knowledge and heard a lot of profound stories. I greatly desire to keep growing as a professional and increase my qualifications. Tatiana digs deep into her lectures and supervisions, I admire her curiosity and energy.
It is an amazing skill to speak simply, clearly, and simultaneously profoundly about the difficult things we all experience in this war every second and in real-time, to filigree structure the material in a certain sequence so that it stays with you forever. To touch very gently and carefully, to be half a step, a millimeter away – and yet to be able not to be traumatized by the poignancy and painfulness of the themes and questions. To give incredible therapeutic volume and at the same time depth, historical references, to recommend and lay out a huge amount of literature, to create a space and channel for supervision and analysis of clients’ cases.
Psychologist, circuit therapist
Thank you very much for the structure, systematicity, and excellent presentation of the material, and especially for the illustrations (slides). Many important insights. Thank you for the opportunity to learn at this time and to be a part of the team.
I am a teacher myself and I appreciate good presentations, but the last thing I expected was beautiful presentations and impressive presentations because usually depth does not go hand in hand with aesthetics. But Tatiana’s images and metaphors remain in memory for a long time, or rather forever: sunflowers by Van Gogh, still life with tangerines, chest with a needle, amazing poppies as a symbol of war and its trauma.
Psychologist, system coach
With this course, its like I’m a student again and I’m rediscovering a lot of things, plus a lot has changed, the same ICD… Like life itself, like the war, everything has changed. At the university, we did not have much military psychology, and not so long ago I heard the term “transgenerational trauma” for the first time. That is why I benefited a great, great deal.
Psychologist of psychoanalytic direction
The course is excellent! Very grateful for the approach in presenting the information: detailed, and structured, with many examples and cases from practice. Especially valuable for me were the topics of the brain structure, the relationship of work of the amygdala, hippocampus, hypothalamus, and PFC, hormonal metabolism, the analysis of types of trauma, and work with them. Topics of violence, and murder from a psychoanalytical point of view – are very valuable. And Tatiana is also very open and humane, without the “Teachers” approach and position from above so often encountered.
The course “Psychotrauma of war” is a large, systematic, and careful revision of my and my family’s hidden personal and generational traumas. This is an understanding of who I am, and what the chances are of maintaining my stability. It became easier to work with family systems, there were flags on family history charts. It became easier to build protocols and steps in attachment stories in working with couples. Rethinking complex emotions and the importance of a person adapting to the difficulties of experience, especially childhood.
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Examples of the course slides
Some people perceive information visually better than they do by ear. If you are one of them, it will be easier and more pleasant for you to absorb complex content through a designer’s presentation of the material.
The total number of slides in the course is ~1000, 120-150 for each day of the webinar.
You can pay for participation online, сredit card Visa / Mastercard, via Privat24 or LiqPay international payment system.
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