Svetlana (Moldova) – graduated from her university with a major in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Family counceling. She is formally being trained in both psychodrama and psychosomatics. She works at an NGO which provides direct psychological assistance to the general public. They provide seminars, masterclasses and individual/couple/group therapy. They also train teachers how to pay attention to their students psychological needs, and how to make their education both interesting and qualitative. In addition, she works at the Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims Memoria as a project assistant and psychologist. She provides counceling and psychological evaluations for victims of torture, domestic and sexual violence. She is fluent in English, Romanian and Russian. She has traveled in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Romania, Russian Federation and Turkey, and she lived in Moldova and the Ukraine.