“War Won’t Write It Off. 3.0”

Оn mental health during active hostilities and terrorist attacks in Ukraine.

Author’s Course

“War Won’t Write Off. 3.0”

36 webinars on mental health during military actions and terrorist attacks in Ukraine

3 months

For three months – December, January, and February – we’ll be studying, communicating and reading.

And working of course.

4 days a month

The classes are scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays, in two-day blocks, twice a month from 9 AM until 3 PM.

The remaining time is for the participants to work in a closed intervision group in Telegram.

3 topics, 2 formats

The course reveals three topics, namely the basics of military, clinical and transgenerational psychology.  

There are two formats: lectures only and a therapy course.

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

Original Course For Psychologists

Greetings. My name is Tatiana Stanislavskaya, and I am the author of the training course for psychologists “War Won’t Write It Off”. It is based on my knowledge and years of experience as a trauma therapist as well as on case studies of victims exposed to missile attacks in Kyiv.

Indeed, the branches of war, 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.

More about me.

You will appreciate “War Won’t Write It Off. 3.0” if:

you’ve spent a lot of time and money learning to become a professional psychologist, but now you lack new knowledge on war, clinical, and transgenerational psychology

You’ve 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 context.

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 significant financial resources to get another university degree.

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 experts who is constantly learning and growing professionally.

Course Program
“War Won’t Write It Off. 3.0”

War | Clinic | Transgeneration

2-3 December

The Anatomy of Trauma

lectures | Q&A | therapy elements

Trauma and the brain. Mechanism of trauma formation. Trauma as a trigger event for individual peculiarities.

Key contradictions in the state of trauma. Mental exhaustion. Fixation on trauma. Destroyed ego. Learned helplessness.

Golden rules of trauma therapy.

9-10 December

Crisis States Among the Military

lectures | Q&A | therapy elements

Psychology of murder in combat. Captivity, torture, rapes. Amputation. Losses. Cheating, divorces.

Panic attacks. Anxious states. Neuroses. Sexual dysfunction.

Interaction with those coming back from the frontlines. Recommendations to colleagues and relatives.

6-7 January

Military Psychiatry

lectures | Q&A | therapy elements

The notions of norm and pathology.  Differences between psychiatry and psychotherapy. The pentagram of psychiatric diagnoses and their brief overview.

Depression in ICD-11 and DSM-V. Monoamine and neurotrophic concepts. Raptus.

PTSD in ICD-11 and DSM-V. Symptom clusters.

Suicides and addictions. Brief overview of psychiatric drugs.

13-14 January

Transfer of Family Traumas

lectures | Q&A | therapy elements

Transgenerational mental transfer of trauma in the context of history of the country, family, and personality. Freud, Jung, Szondi. Unconscious mechanisms of trauma transfer. Family systems, triangulation. Eric Bern’s “life scripts”. “The Dead Mother” by Andre Green.  Bion’s containment theory.

Transgenerational mental transfer of trauma in the context of history of the country, family, and personality. Freud, Jung, Szondi. Unconscious mechanisms of trauma transfer. Family systems, triangulation. Eric Bern’s “life scripts”. “The Dead Mother” by Andre Green.  Bion’s containment theory.

Family tragedies, including those during the war.

3-4 February

The War and I

group therapy

Practical tasks. Interpersonal interaction. Analyses of individual cases.

10-11 February

My Kin and the War

group therapy

Presentation of personal/client’s cases of transgenerational trauma transfer inside families/generations.

48 hours
of lectures

in eight days

24 hours
of group therapy

in four days

13 weeks
of intervisions

in three months


My offers to English-speaking participants

You can buy the recorded course lectures interpreted into English.
Please choose a topic from the Course Program and let me know.

Feedback from participants of the first and the second run of “War Won’t Write It Off”

The first run took place in winter 2022/23 – in December, January and February. The training took place during massive missile attacks, in the midst of blackouts, disrupted communications, issues with water supply and heating in Ukraine.

The second run lasted for three months in summer 2023 and coincided with Ukrainian armed forces counter-offense, blow-up of Nova Kakhovka hydropower plant and escalation of nuclear threat. Missile shellings and drone attacks hadn’t stopped for even a day.  

But we still managed to learn, communicate and analyze client cases in intervision groups. And to work, to keep working with our Ukrainian fellow citizens on the frontlines, under occupation and in the rear under bombings.

Against all odds.


Examples of course slides

Some people perceive information visually better than they do audially. If you are one of them, it will be easier and more enjoyable for you to absorb complex content through a specially designed presentation of the material.

The total number of slides in the course is ~1000, 120 to 150 per webinar day.

This course is developed for Ukrainian-speaking audience. For English-speaking patients, the description is for informative purposes only. You can always request the price of a video recording or other course materials with translation into English.

Please use the provided contact details.