Tatjana graduated in Psychology at the University of Novi Sad, and she has finished two years of University for Communication in Jonkoping, Sweden and become Trainer for youth work and leadership. After that she started her education in psychotherapy. During a five-year programme with the Institute for psychodrama in Belgrade, she acquired a status of psychotherapist.
Tatjana has finished playback theatre course, and she is an experienced group =8.3ptand =8.3ptinividual=8.3pt psychotherapist. She is working with parents =8.3ptfor =8.3ptmore than 5 years and she has developed wide range of programs related to parenting issues. Tatjana also has fruitful experience on lead positions in Human Resources.
She is conducting support groups for mothers called “Little me-time” as well as workshops on emotional intelligence in early stages of life and many other trainings for parents and nannies.
She is a mother of three children.
Mindfulness, Emotional Intelligence, Psychotherapy, Motherhood, Parenting Support, Education of Nannies
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Serbia. University for Communication in Jonkoping, Sweden. Institute for psychodrama, Serbia
University for Communication in Jonkoping, Sweden. Institute for psychodrama, Serbia
Conscious parenting by Shefali, Parent as a couch“- Erickson Academy, Mindfulness for parents and children by Susan Kaiser Greenland