I’ve finished my education at OLI Educational Center in Serbia for Integrative Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. I’ve been working under supervision, mentored by Maja Vučković for the last 3 years.
Integrative Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (IPP) is an approach with a predominantly psychodynamic orientation. Its theory is based upon the integration of four psychoanalytic psychologies: Drive psychology (classical psychoanalytic theory), Ego psychology, Object relations psychology and Self-psychology.
The method of working with clients is likewise integrative, as it includes the techniques and skills originally established in a variety of other psychotherapy approaches (such as Psychoanalysis, Gestalt therapy, Transactional Analysis, Bioenergetics, NLP, Focusing, Biofeedback and Neurofeedback, REBT etc. ) combined with the techniques and skills emanated from IPP, such as “IPP personality development protocols”, “Basic emotional competencies development protocols”, “Emotive accounting” and the “Mathematics of Psychology”… (Jovanović, 2013).
I’m trained to help people with any kind of developmental problems, traumas and with people who just seek counselling or coaching. I personally find working with teenagers, adolescents and LGBTQ+ community especially fulfilling.