War Psychotrauma Institute delivers training and therapeutic courses on war, clinical, and transgenerational psychology

Event descriptions and dates are available on Telegram channel

Grief Therapy

A year-long psychotherapy program which will help to accept and survive the grief of losses.

This course is for someone who has lost a person close to them or something that used to be their meaning of life. It is for you if you have a hard time telling about this but still need to share what’s inside; if you are unable to describe deep emotions but cannot suffer in silence any longer; if you have hoped until now that the internal void after loss will somehow fill out on its own but it still doesn’t happen.

More details available on the course page.

“A Letter to Grief”

Written therapy that helps to accept and survive grief, pain or loss.

You will finally be able to tell what happened. Without someone else’s devaluing scenarios. You won’t have to come up with justifications or be ashamed of your feelings. You’ll write everything out, using any words you deem necessary.  

You can leave “A Letter to grief” for yourself or share it. The main objective is to relieve yourself from the burden of suffering. It could be something dragging on for many years, not only the result of this war.  

More details available on the course page.

“War Won’t Write It Off“

A course designed and delivered by trauma therapist Tatyana Stanislavskaya on war, clinical and transgenerational psychology.

4 days x 3 months x 8 hours of lectures and support, a total of 72 hours of high-quality, carefully selected and structured training and psychotherapy.

The course also includes an intervision team in a closed Telegram group, with the analysis of client cases.

At the end of the course there is a test to be passed for a certificate of successful completion

More details available on the course page.


EIT workshops

The method of emotion-image therapy belongs to psychodynamic domain and therefore works deep where other methods may not reach.  

Using client cases, we will analyze how unconscious convictions manifest and what are the mechanisms of their transfer.

Once a month we dive deep into one technique. Each time it is a new topic but always to learn applied skills and analyze approaches to work.

More details available on the course page.

“Dreams in Wartime”

A therapy group with dreams analysis and news on the workings of the unconscious.  

If you dream vivid and meaningful dreams or your clients in psychotherapy do (and you don’t know how to work with that), this group is for you.  

More details available on the course page.

“Sexual Violence Trauma. Life Afterwards”

“Sexual Violence Trauma. Life Afterwards” practical course will be useful if you are a psychologist, a psychotherapist, a volunteer, or a psychological assistance center employee and you work with sexual violence survivors.   

The program is full of methods, approaches and practical recommendations, along with case studies.

Those who survived this tragedy themselves are recommended to go into individual therapy.

More details available on the course page.

Almost on Ground Zero

Original course by trauma therapist Tatiana Stanislavskaya about war traumas both on the frontlines and in the rear.

War traumas happen not only on the frontlines. Ukraine has transformed into a battlefield without borders.

Ukrainian heroes are coming back to their women and children, sometimes to their jobs. But it is not to calm and safety that they return. Their families are exhausted with fear and anxiety. There are no peaceful cities anymore; there are terrorist acts and losses everywhere, with no end in sight.

During the course we’ll find out what is happening to our minds during the war. Recommendations will be provided on self-help and communication among those who are “almost on ground zero”.

More details available on the course page.

What’s up with it?

A double lecture from two psychologists: Irina Khrisanfova and Tatiana Stanislavskaya.

Sexual dysfunction: reasons, diagnostics, psychotherapy. Consequences of combat traumas and long absence of sex – in men and women.

Masking sexual dysfunction with the help of distracting requests. Shame and guilt, inferiority complex, feeling of own worth.

More details available on the course page.