At present, I hold the position of a Visiting Professor at University College Cork and Director of the Institute of Psychoanalysis of the Global Center for Advanced Studies.
I studied psychology at the University of Oxford and received my Ph.D. from the Institute of Philosophy of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. I studied under the supervision of Alenka Zupančič, the key theorist of modern psychoanalysis, who was herself supervised by the philosophers Alain Badiou and Slavoj Žižek.
I am an APPA-certified philosophical counselor with over 300 clients experience.
I publish in English, Ukrainian, and Russian. I have authored 2 books and over 100 academic and popular articles.
Julie Reshe, PhD, states that no person is entirely self-sufficient, would not need support, would not be traumatized by the people closest to her and would not be in dominant relations. Why is a self-sufficient, independent and untraumatized personality a harmful myth? ... continue reading
In their discourse on the revolution, Negri and Hardt use the concept of a positive generative monster. Monstrosity arises as otherness, something contrary to the existing order. ... continue reading
Catherine Malabou claims that both neuroscience and psychoanalysis fail to take destructive plasticity into account, but they do it, just in different ways. ... continue reading