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. INTIMACY AS TRAUMA
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
Revolutionary Monsters: the Suicide of Identity Politics
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
Beautiful Monsters: On Destructive Plasticity
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