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Professor Marina Gulina

Senior Lecturer - Counselling Psychology

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology

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Contact

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D436, Rhind Building

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

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 a Consultant and Clinical Supervisor.

Qualifications

  1. Chartered Counselling Psychologist, British Psychological Society

Memberships of professional organisations

  1. Member, International Psychoanalytical Association

Research

Research interests

- 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

Publications

Chapter

  1. 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.

Journal articles (7)

  1. Burelomova, A.S. and Gulina, M. (2018). Intimate Partner Violence: An Overview of the Existing Theories, Conceptual Frameworks, and Definitions. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 11(3), pp. 128–144. doi:10.11621/pir.2018.0309.
  2. Gulina, M. and Dobrolioubova, V. (2018). One Language and Two Mother Tongues in the Consulting Room: Dilemmas of a Bilingual Psychotherapist. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 34(1), pp. 3–24. doi:10.1111/bjp.12350.
  3. Gulina, M. (2018). Hypostases and Transformarions of the Concept of the Father in Psychoanalysis. Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy, 26(1), pp. 129–145. doi:10.17759/cpp.2018260109.
  4. Gulina, M. (2017). “Driving To Unknown” – Teaching Counselling Psychology At Universities. Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy, 25(3), pp. 109–131. doi:10.17759/cpp.2017250307.
  5. 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.
  6. Gulina, M. (2000). Revolution and evolution in Russian psychoanalysis. American Imago, 57(1), pp. 25–33.
  7. Gulina, M.A. (1998). Role and position of the psychoanalysis in contemporary Russian psychology. Psikhologicheskii Zhurnal, 19(4), pp. 110–116.

Other Activities

Editorial activity (2)

  1. The British Journal of Social Work, Editorial adviser.
  2. Moscow Journal of Psychotherapy, Member of the Editor Board.

Event/conference

  1. ‘CHILD’s PAST IN ADULT’s PRESENT’: TRAUMA OF THE SIEGE OF LENINGRAD (1941-1944). MIXED METHODS RESEARCH AND CASE STUDY. Beijing, China (2010).
    Description: “Freud in Asia”, 1st International IPA Conference in Asia.