Council

Annual Meeting Committee Chair

Mirjana JOVANOVSKA STOJANOVSKA

Bul. Partizanski odredi br. 109 1/1
MK – 1000 SKOPJE, North Macedonia
Tel: +389 70 233 453
mstojanovska2002@yahoo.com

Mirjana has PhD in developmental and pedagogical psychology at South West University “Neofit Rilski” Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria. Her Master degree is in Clinical Psychology at International Slavic University “, Sv. Nikole, RN Macedonia.

Mirjana started studying psychology in Moscow, Russia and finished her studies in Skopje, at UKIM, Republic of North Macedonia.

She is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Psychology at MIT University in Skopje, where she teaches psychodrama at the Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. This is the first form of psychotherapy to be taught in North Macedonia as part of formal education.

Mirjana’s psychodrama training was completed in 2004 at Institute for Psychodrama Jacob Moreno – Skopje. She is a gestalt therapist member of EAGT, as well as a certified supervisor from Gestalt Center in London.

She is a supervisor at several Gestalt institutes.

Mirjana is an author of a number of papers published in international journals, in the fields of psychology, psychotherapy, psychodrama and gestalt. She has held numerous workshops at international congresses.

Starting 2016, she is a President of the Chamber of Psychology in Republic of North Macedonia. Mirjana is an initiator and is actively participating in many domestic and foreign projects for raising awareness of the importance to enhance the mental and emotional health, and fight with stigma towards mental health.

She is founder, main coach and a supervisor of the psychodrama school AMIGDALA (2006). Additionally, she is a founder of the cabinet for psychotherapy, counseling and psycho diagnosis – “Here and now” (2004), where she also holds her private practice. In her psychotherapeutic work, she is clinically oriented and her fields of work are: panic attacks, phobias, anxious-depressive syndrome, trauma, PTSD, anorexia and bulimia, working with LGBT population, couple therapy and family therapy.

Ever since the new contract with the Ministry of Health and the Clinic of Radiology and Oncology in the past year, she prepared a project and is actively involved in providing psychological help to the patients with cancer.

 

Katerina ILIEVA (Ina)

Katerina IlievaPsychologist. Psychodrama therapist and Jungian therapist.

Living in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Languages: Bulgarian, Check, Russian, English, German.

Education: ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS – Prague, Czech Republic – Department of Film and TV University “St. Cyril and St. Methodius” –  Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria – Psychology

Education in Psychodrama: Psychodrama Center Orpheus, Psychotherapy 2000.
Currently IAAP router /International Association for Analytical Psychology/.

Coming to FEPTO as representative of CHIRON Institute for psychodrama practices, Bulgaria. Member of the board of the institute,  trainer and supervisor.

Member of the board of Bulgarian Jungian society, working in the Study program for Jungian psychotherapist, teaching therapist and supervisor in the program.

Psycho-therapeutic practice from 2005 – Medical Centrum, Sofia. Currently works in private practice providing group and individual therapy whit adults and adolescents.  Area of special interests in practice – adolescents and persons from two or more nationalities as well people living in foreign country – problems of identity and integration.

Author of more than 30 Articles in different Newsletters

katherinailieva@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEPTO Conference

17th FEPTO Conference:
From External Violence to Internal Shadow: When Psychodrama Helps To
Confront Reality

5th to 7th of May, 2023
Liege, Belgium

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» Call for workshop facilitators

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Annual Meeting

29th FEPTO AM:
Spontaneity and Creativity in the Transforming World
30 years of FEPTO and beyond

7th to 11th of May, 2023
Liege, Belgium

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