Nataliya Tereshchenko is a Secretary European Psychotherapy Association (EAP) since 2016 and also its individual member. She is psychotherapist and psychoanalyst in a private practice in Vienna. She is also a speaker at international congresses and co-organizer of conferences and seminars. Nataliya has working experience with refugees, persecuted and abused women, homeless people in Caritas, and jobless people in the Municipal Department of Social Welfare, Social and Public Health Law in Vienna. Therefore, her political engagement focuses on human and women’s rights, as well as building stronger relations between EU and non-EU countries. It is of importance for her to contribute to awareness regarding mental health and emotional wellbeing in our society. She graduated from Sigmund Freud University in Vienna (psychotherapy, psychoanalysis) and from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (psychology).
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