In our psychosystemic work and facilitators role, we draw attention to the connections between intrapersonal (psychical), interpersonal (relational), collective and systemic (ecological, social, political) structures.
Born in 1978 in Yugoslavia, Morana graduated in natural science (biology, ecology) in 2002, undertaking research work in this area up until 2011. She then took a new direction, moving into counselling work alongside social and political activism. From 2009 she has been training in process-oriented psychology (process work) in the United States, United Kingdom and Slovakia. She has also trained in body work and trauma work, as well as organisational counselling. Morana works in her private psychosystemic practice.
More on Morana on her personal website.
Born in 1984 in the UK, Andy studied the Natural Sciences Tripos (mathematics, psychology, history and philosophy of science) at the University of Cambridge before completing a PhD and working as a social anthropologist from 2008-2019. From 2014 onwards he has been training in transactional analysis with an interest in critical approaches to psychotherapy and counselling.
More on Andy on his personal website.