In this special interview, we meet Yegor Kucherenko, psychosynthesis therapist who is living in Ukraine and for many years has been giving psychosynthesis education, as well as working with therapy. Due to the war in his country, he has seen many of his countrymen traumatized and many have left Ukraine for safety. Yegor shares how he and his team are working to support people therapeutically and in what way psychosynthesis can be adapted to this extreme situation. He tells about the volunteer project “Psychosynthesis in Wartime” that anyone can support. Welcome!
This event is translated between Ukrainian and English.
The video can be downloaded here.