Professor Marina Gulina
- Professor Marina Gulina
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In adition to being a lecturer, Marina is a personal tutor and a research supervisor for the Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at City University London. She is also:
- Editorial adviser for The British Journal of Social Work
- Member of the Editor Board for Moscow Journal of Psychotherapy
- Clinical Supervisor
- Professor of Psychology
- Psychoanalyst (direct member of the International Psychoanalytical Association)
- Chartered Counselling Psychologist
- Long-term memory including autobiographical memory
- Latent post-traumatic disorders in a family context
- Intergenerational transmission of trauma; comparative analysis of different models in counselling
- Development of psychoanalytic practice and counselling in the Eastern Europe
- Gulina, M. (2008). RECONSTRUCTION OF THE EARLY EXPERIENCE OF CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED THE SIEGE OF LENINGRAD: QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS AND PSYCHODYNAMIC INTERPRETATION. In Parsons, M. (Ed.), Children: the Invisible Victims of War. An Interdisciplinary Study. (pp. 233–249). London: Peterborough. ISBN 0-9547229-4-9.
- Frappell-Cooke, W., Gulina, M., Green, K., Hacker Hughes, J. and Greenberg, N. (2010). Does trauma risk management reduce psychological distress in deployed troops? Occup Med (Lond), 60(8), pp. 645–650. doi:10.1093/occmed/kqq149.
- Gulina, M. (2000). Revolution and evolution in Russian psychoanalysis. American Imago, 57(1), pp. 25–33.
- Gulina, M.A. (1998). Role and position of the psychoanalysis in contemporary Russian psychology. Psikhologicheskii Zhurnal, 19(4), pp. 110–116.