Communication Committee Chair





New Bulgarian University
21 Montevideo Str. Sofia 1618

Milena Mutafchieva is Assistant Professor in Cognitive Science and Psychology Department in New Bulgarian University, Sofia. She got her PhD in Cognitive Development in 2007. She has studied Psychology in Sofia University, Bulgaria and got master degree in Developmental Psychology there.

She has worked as a key investigator in many international and national projects concerning early child development. She is one of the authors of the National Standards for Early Child Development in Bulgaria.

Mutafchieva main publications are in the field of early child development and especially analogy making, deductive reasoning, theory of mind etc.

Mutafchieva graduated as a psychodrama director in the context of Bulgarian Association of Psychodrama and Group therapy. She is a member of the Board of Bulgarian Association of Psychodrama and Group Therapy since 2009 and one of the founding members of Institute for Psychodrama Practices “Chiron”.

Mutafchieva has private practice as a psychodrama therapist and she is psychodrama trainer for 15 years. Her interests are in the field of research of the effect of psychodrama training and psychodrama therapy and promotion of psychodrama in the world of science.




Featured Event

Research Committee meeting: Diversity in Psychodrama practice. Challenges for Process and Outcome Research

5th to 8th of October 2017
Tallinn, Estonia

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FEPTO Conference

12th FEPTO Conference:
Compass and Compassion. A conference on morenian ethics and philosophy

16th to 18th of June, 2017
Sigtuna, Sweden

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Annual Meeting

25th FEPTO AM: 
Vision of Psychodrama in the current world: the perspective of inclusion and mutuality

18th to 22nd of June, 2017
Sigtuna, Sweden

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