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22nd International Festival of Psychotherapy and Practical Psychology



Christmas-Tide Meetings start different for different people. For me they started an early winter morning in Stavropol. The cold January Sun was just getting up, women were getting late, and the Sviatky people were just waiting… all calm. Somewhere at the 45th Parallel, there was our man from sunny California, who was cold now – Ivan Korolevsky, the last passenger to get on our Sviatky bus-2016. Once all together, which came with the last tick put on the list of ourselves, we moved on, to the beauty of a city – Pyatigorsk.

The sun was shining somehow brighter in Pyatigorsk, which might be due to the reflection of joy in the eyes of those who had arrived from other cities, and due to some concern in the eyes of the organizers.

Reception, key, room, balcony, yummy air, and the huge range of the Caucasian mountains that seems to be right here, within your arm’s reach … and all the same things yet in reverse order. And lots of thoughts buzzing inside your head, faces, impressions. Happy and a little sad, I am heading home.

But let me follow the order, I will go slow …

Once you see the Festival program a menu card comes to your mind. When thinking of these four days in January, the way they were prepared, I was inevitably surprised with the passion that came along the discussions around the program, as well as wit the combinations and new types of work. That was not even a puzzle, it was something far bigger! All coming from free associations – the theme, the invitation sent around to the most recognized experts asking them to join the menu-program at the same time asking those who are not known absolutely yet courageous and bold, all from different schools and trades, with their own traditions and ingredients. And, of course, the audience that creates the atmosphere and brings life to the program. What will be the culmination of this? That is a mystery-anticipation!

The formalities like registration and an assembly for parents of the Child Program participants (yes, we do have one like that, but this will come later) are followed by the warming-up – a welcome event that allows everyone display themselves – emotionally, visually, and geographically. This year the emphasis came on metaphors – Alexey Koryoukin and Elena Kalmykova held the warming-up with metaphorical maps.

When reading the program, a newcomer may feel puzzled. Just read this: Morning Circle at 14:00-14:15. Mistake? Nope! The Festival once used to start in the morning so the morning announcements used to be called Morning Circles. So it’s just a tradition, you know.

Now let’s get to the major part, and I will get back to the food metaphor so that the reader could feel and imagine the whole scale of the game. Dozens of food lovers – famous chefs, young experimenters, cheese and ham makers and just those seeking new emotions – all come together in one place, and what all want most is interaction, communication, talks. Unless there is a process for that all then the whole treasure will turn into an unbelievable Babel of flavors, tastes and, alas, disappointments. Like in gastronomy, there are food combinations allowing you feel the real tastes, the interaction of the ingredients or the rules of serving food; this allows getting to the chef’s idea while the audience can enjoy the accents. This is the same way at the festival – you can see various types of work here that come into a specially arranged array that allows the participants get oriented, choose and finally develop their own card of foods depending on their professional hunger. By the way, the French word RESTAURANT means RESTORING YOUR STRENGTH.

The twenty-two year long life of the Festival has already shaped some types of work, yet leaving some space for newer ones.

Master-classes come here traditionally in three ways, both in the morning and in the afternoon – professional club, experiment, seminar-symposium.

Professional Club is the space where serious professional issues, or just some interesting things may be discussed, whereas the entrance is free here, and you could also enjoy a cup of coffee through the process. Yet, such events are traditionally held by some seasoned participants who manage to maintain freedom, keep in mind the safety issues, and ensuring the depth of the entire event. This year the clubs focused on contemporary physical theories depicting streams of creativity on the canvas and talking of the generation gaps – Holy Classics!

Experiment – it talks for itself. Are you ready to taste something new – then you are welcome. And to help you penetrate the entirety of the psychotherapeutic modalities – here they come – fairy-tale therapy, companionship game, psychodrama, multifamily therapy, metaphoric associative maps, dance-movement therapy, symbol drama! A whole fireworks stuff! Now can you imagine an eater tasting all these one after another? Robin the Bobbin the Big-Belied man must have been walking there mumbling “I would do that!”. By the way, if you felt like that during or after the Festival, please share your impression in the comment!

And, finally, the Seminar-symposium, here comes the speech by Alexey Koryoukin, the Festival Director:
“For the three Festival days, 16:00 – 18:00 the seminar-symposium was held. That was the first time that we decided to include sections with two speeches followed with discussions. At first we started with the ideas submitted by the participants, and finally this all turned into a practice-oriented symposium, some sort of Sviatky achievements show. It was fun watching the themes of the speeches intertwine, while discussions and dialogues went on from one day to another. At some point it was clear that the symposium is pondering over implementing the ideas into everyday mental health practical work – Where to find proper assistance for a grandson in St. Petersburg? How can we help parents and children under crisis in Yekaterinburg? How can we arrange interaction with special children’s parents in Mikhailovsk? These and many more issues were discussed with experts who are really fond of what they do”.

Of course, the big meal here was what we call Kay-note discussion. Historically this type of activity was not just always there in the program, yet I would say it was born by the traditions of the Festival, just like the theme for each Festival. Just imagine – something we take for granted nowadays used to be not there. I believe that the Festival and the theme play together like grapes and the barrel, which gives the juice its structure, depth, and the shades of taste. And the first wine was made in goatskin, and Sviatky had no theme then…

This year’s theme was The Real Real, and the key-note discussion were to open it up.

Here comes the word from Sergey Peshkov, Member of Festival Directorate:
“In the 902, when the first Sviatkys were held, the trainings and initial programs proved attractive as they a offered a chance to get to now oneself sand others, some sort of truth, something Real that goes beyond the stereotypes and rules of personal interaction. It was both attractive and scary, to fond yourself in a specially created environment and reveal your real ideas typical of youth narcissism, your suffering. After two decades we turned to this Real once again, and now it is related to some other ideas and experiences. Comprehending and accepting now take something of personal, something of civil and professional courage. Rather than being a game, comprehending and standing up has turned to be a profession, a stance in the society, a life-long principle.

Natalia Popova, for instance, when selecting an idea for the first key-note discussion (My Real), focused on the example of self-investigation in life and in the profession that Patrick Casement described in his book Learning from Life: Becoming a Psychoanalyst. She suggested that outstanding Sviatky people from various places tell about the way they had come to the real in their lives and in their professions. And Alexey Koryokin, Ilona Romanova, and Vladimir Romek did respond here, and they did tell.

Denis Sevryugi in the discussion The Other’s Real provoked Yury Shikin and Sergey Ivanov to involve in a serious man-to-man conversation of two psychiatrists whereas the two had sever disagreements in their views regarding their professional stances. Prior to this discussion, a phrase to my mind: “Who can ever let the naked truth into a proper society?!”. Sharp minds, culture, intelligence and perfect sense of humor seen in the two counterparts allowed them to walk along the verge of a razor in such a long conversation. They said to each other things that could be said only one-to-one. And now, every time someone speaks about interaction of psychiatrists and psychotherapists, these two men and professional come into mind – they can really speak and stand up to what they say! Mention should be made that the whole talk proved much deeper then it had been planned. Yuru Shikin was so sharp-minded that he got the prize – Christmas-Tide Scumbag, which is awarded for an extremely creative way of thinking and ability to play on the verge of foul.

The final key-note discussion – Our Real was an attempt for Sviatky to look at itself from aside to get something real. Alexandra Beniaminova has unique experience working with cases where the client is an organization, so she was asked to think about the nature and the development of the Festival as a case of group experience. Besides, the impressions that accumulated through all the days and nights of the Festival needed some expression so the discussions gleamed with feelings and clarified various questions. The discussion The Real Real in a way launched the final community meeting”.

Another streak that is part of the Festival is special seminars. This year there were two programs running through the Festival, one of these being represented by a major organizer – Stavropol Regional Psychoanalytical Association and ProPsy. The former had its Basic Course for training psychoanalytical psychotherapists, which had already become rather a common thing at Sviatky. The o ther special seminar was held by ProPsy, and here come the impressions by another Member of Directorate, CEO of ProPsy, Natalia Popova:
“It’s a tradition already that the participants here do not just communicate in this creative atmosphere but they also exchange their experience and discuss professional issues, and they also learn. For several years now one of the events here has been the training course aiming at mastering some method or area within psychology or psychotherapy. Through the previous years there were training programs on Rorschach diagnostics, psychoanalytical psychotherapy, etc. And this year we have seen Multifamily work in treating psychoses added here”.

This seminar was the final part of the international program that was arranged by one of the major organizers – ProPsy. The program was started in September, 2015 in Stavropol, led by our colleagues from Norway. Further on, and through the Festival, our colleagues from Stavropol were the teachers, and they have been practicing the method for over 10 years now – Denis Sevryugin and Sergey Ivanov. The trainees (10 persons) are mostly medical psychologists employed at mental hospitals, and they have already started trying their skills, so the program, at Sviatky was aiming at improving their skills in role-plays and getting feedback through supervisions. Two workshops were open for everyone to come. One of the workshops had two tasks set, one – to teach the participants presenting the program well in various target groups, and two – to introduce the guests to the method itself. Such open interaction and fair feedback proved really good for the participants. The guests, in turn, after joining role plays, could know about the method from different people’s views – patients, parents, psychiatrists. Another seminar – Escape from the Real – offered a view on a severe clinical case. The psychologists’ representative here was Denis Sevryugin, while the psychiatric community was presented by Anastasia Vasilenko who was a newcomer at the Festival and this was her first experience like that. This open-type seminar was not only meant to introduce people to the multifamily method but also to plunge them even deeper into the Festival atmosphere, and this same aim was also pursued at the key-note discussion and tell-tales meetings in the evenings. This means that the two days offered training as the same time introducing newer professional views».

Special events at the Festival are two types of work – community meeting and the large group. The Community meetings remind me of a cup of coffee at a bistro, in the morning, before you rush to work when you are trying to catch up with all the details for the day to come, or in the evening – when you are trying to summon up all the details of the past day before it goes into oblivion. A very good chance to ask about something the beginning and then to share some impressions in the end. And the Large Group is sort of a tea ceremony for about seventy people where, of course, you do have a leader and those who have already been here for like twenty years, as well as those who are here for the first time. But sometimes you have some coffee lovers here. Well, actually, this is both great and deep, yet comic event sometimes, and thus year proved no exception. I recommend this so much!

Another place in the Festival is the Evening Program. Many have noted lately that there has been some new trend shaping, or some sort of ideology. Speaking of a chef’s terms, I would call it a TREAT. Want to treat people something you like – welcome to the Evening Program. This year’s treats were movie, jazz, disco, traditional football and, of course, the skit party well seasoned with sparkling humor!

And now it is time to say a couple of words about the Child Program. Judging by the feedback that I got through many years, children always enjoyed it. And this year I got it from my daughter. And another participant who was in the child program last year, joined the adult program this year.

I don’t think I mentioned everyone, so you are welcome to comment. Let’s talk about Sviatky!

It is three in the a.m. now, and I still have some thoughts inside my head, some impressions, some faces. I am going to bed, happy and a little sad.

Denis Sevryugin
Member of Directorate
Master of Christmas-Tide Academy


22nd International Festival of Psychotherapy and Practical Psychology

Dates: Jan 8-12, 2016
Venue: Mashuk Hotel, Pyatigorsk, Russia
Theme: The Real Real
Participants: 80 (total)
Major Program: 69
Child Program: 11

Geographic coverage: 16 places, 3 countries (Belarus, Russia, USA)

Belarus (1)
1) Sergey Popov

Russia (67)
1) Svetlana Logvinenko

1) Viktoria Melikhova

1) Tatyana Ziskilevich
2) Ilona Romanova
3) Irina Savran

1) Viktoria Stefanova

1) Elena Korchak

1) Svetlana Vedernikova

1) Vitalia Berezueva
2) Anastasia Zorina
3) Alexey Koryoukin
4) Elena Koryoukina
5) Yana Rudneva

1) Alexandrа Beniaminova
2) Galina Berezovskaya
3) Anton Lomov
4) Lada Malysheva
5) Alena Oreshkina
6) Vladislav Elts

1) Tatyana Alekseenko
2) Anna Balyk
3) Valentina Pyatko
4) Irina Reshetnikova
5) Veronika Teslenko

1) Olga Malinina

1) Elena Lutsheva
2) Vitaly Nefediev

1) Vladimir Romek

St. Petersburg
1) Svetlana Matyakubova
2) Varvara Nefedieva
3) Natalia Nefedieva

1) Maria Akinina
2) Margarita Bogatyrova
3) Alena Budagova
4) Alexandrа Bychkovskaya
5) Anastasia Vasilenko
6) Anna Vetlitskaya
7) Angela Ganus
8) Vadim Ganus
9) Anna Gorstein
10) Alexander Danilov
11) Tatyana Dudnikova
12) Natalia Zviagintseva
13) Sergey Ivanov
14) Elena Kalinina
15) Elena Kalmykova
16) Yulia Kozachenko
17) Anastasia Kostarnova
18) Marina Lagoshina
19) Galina Moskotinina
20) Marina Nachkebia
21) Nikita Peshkov
22) Sergey Peshkov
23) Natalia Popova
24) Larisa Praisman
25) Denis Sevryugin
26) Yulia Skoptsova
27) Alexandrа Solovieva
28) Anna Tolstova
29) Natalia Tormosina
30) Alexey Tochka
31) Lyudmila Tupitsa
32) Lyudmila Udodova
33) Marina Khalizova
34) Anna Chernigova
35) Marina Chmykhova
36) Yury Shikin

USA (1)
Mountain View
1) Ivan Korolevsky


The following events were part of the professional program
• 3 key-note discussions

Experts: Alexey Koryoukin (Mikhailovsk)
Ilona Romanova (Yekaterinburg)
Vladimir Romek (Rostov-on-Don)
Moderator: Natalia P. Popova (Stavropol)

Experts: Sergey Ivanov &Yury Shikin (both Stavropol)
Moderator: Denis Sevryugin (Stavropol)

Expert: Alexandra Beniaminova (Moscow)
Moderator: Sergey Peshkov (Stavropol)

• Warming up
Leaders: Elena Kalmykova (Stavropol) & Alexey Koryoukin (Mikhailovsk)

• 2 Community meetings
1st opening. Leader: Sergey Peshkov (Stavropol)
2nd closing. Leader: Ilona Romanova (Yekateribnurg)

• 3 large groups
Leader: Sergey Popov (Minsk)

• 1 Academy Meeting. Chair: Galina Moskotinina (Stavropol)

• 4 meetings at each of the 7 tell-tales. Leaders: Tatyana Alekseenko (Nevinnomyssk), Vitalia Berezueva (Mikhailovsk), Anna Vetlitskaya, Natalia Zviagintseva, Lyudmila Tupitsa, Marina Chmykhova (all – Stavropol); Natalia Popova (Stavropol; Special Tell-Tale meeting for the Jury)
• 3 meetings of the Professional Club (indicated chronologically):

About complex things in a real simple way
Natalia P. Popova & Angela Ganus (both Stavropol)

Flows of creativity: art-therapy workshop
Galina Moskotinina (Stavropol)

Spies’ children
Sergey Peshkov & Nikita Peshkov (both Stavropol)

• 3 blocks of the Symposium - Seminar section (indicated chronologically):

Block 1
To ask a question the right way you need to know the most part of the answer
Svetlana Matyakubova (St. Petersburg)

Psychological service in child in-patient department – multidisciplinary approach
Tatyana Ziskilevich (Yekaterinburg)

Block 2
Specific features about mothers raising children with disabilities. Speech
Stevlana Logvinenko (Patruchy, Aramil)

Group work with parents of special children
Vatalia Berezueva (Mikhailovsk)

Block 3
Possibilities & limitations in psychological assistance to severely affected somatic patients
Tatyana Ziskilevich (Yekaterinburg)

SPEECH Fantasies about introjected “gobbling” mother as a factor for developing cancer
Irina Savran (Yekaterinburg)

Moderator of section: Alexey Koryoukin (Mikhailovsk)

• A special parallel was devoted to seminars on multifamily therapy

- 3 closed special seminars on multifamily therapy
Leaders: Sergey Ivanov and Denis Sevryugin (both – Stavropol)

- 2 open special seminars on multifamily therapy:

Open Master-class on Multifamily Therapy
Leaders: Sergey Ivanov and Denis Sevryugin (both – Stavropol)

Escape from the present real
Anastasia Vasilenko & Denis Sevryugin (both Stavropol)

• 16 workshops (indicated chronologically)

Resource for Real experience from ancestors’ experience. Transformation through catathymic-imaginative experiencing of images (symbol-drama)
Anna Chernigova (Stavropol)

Modern times as simultaneity of the past, the present, and the future. Discussion
Tanalia Nefedieva (St. Petersburg)

Power, rules (setting), and freedom
Alexandra Beniaminova (Moscow)

Group Supervision
Alexandra Beniaminova (Moscow)

In search for one’s unique nature. Game – companinage
Ilona Romanova (Yekaterinburg)

Play the Fool – 100 % sure way to ruin psychotherapy starting with the first meeting with the client
Leader: Vladimir Romek (Rostov-on-Don)

In search of the lost psyche. Psychoanalytical process when working with psychotic experiences
Sergey Popov (Minsk, Belarus)

Group supervision
Sergey Popov (Minsk, Belarus)

Fairy-tale drama – ARYS-FIELD: MY INNER BEAST
Olga Malinina (Odintsovo)

Moving towards the present real
Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol)

Metaphor in the present. World of projective maps or getting resources through MAK
Elena Kalmykova (Stavropol)

Real love? Collective observations on “Observations on transference-love” by Freud
Sergey Ivanov (Stavropol)

Darya’s case (100% fiction story) or What would Freud be writing about nowadays
Lada Malysheva (Moscow)

A short story of the present real
Elena Kalinina & Denis Sevryugin (both Stavropol)

Psychological barriers on the way to the aim
Leader: Vladislav Elts (Moscow)

Academy (underlined are those who attended the Festival in person and joined the selection of the winners in the professional nominations)

Honorary Masters (Constant Members)
1. Nina Golosova (Moscow, Russia)
2. Alexey Koryoukin (Mikhailovsk, Russia)
3. Ekaterina Loskutova (Reutlingen, Germany)
4. Sergey Peshkov (Stavropol, Russia)
5. Vladimir Romek (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
6. Andrey Sklizkov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
7. Maria Timofeeva (Moscow, Russia)
8. Svein Haugsgjerd (Oslo, Norway)
9. Daniil Khlomov (Moscow, Russia)
10. Vladimir Tsapov (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Masters (Constant Members)
1. Tatyana Alekseenko (Nevinnomyssk, Russia)
2. Alisa Achina (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)
3. Vitalia Berezueva (Mikhailovsk, Russia)
4. Konstantin Vdovydchenko (Inozemtsevo, Russia)
5. Anna Vetlitskaya (Stavropol, Russia)
6. Andrey Grigorov (Moscow, Russia)
7. Elena Dzhola (Novocherkassk, Russia)
8. Graziano di Giorgio (Brecia, Italy)
9. Valentina Dobrolyubova (Moscow, Russia)
10. Vyacheslav Dorodeiko (Vitebsk, Belarus)
11. Oksana Dusar (Stavropol, Russia)
12. Antia Zachs (Potsdam, Germany)
13. Natalia Zyiagintseva (Stavropol, Russia)
14. Elena Zubtsova (Zheleznovodsk, Russia)
15. Sergey Ivanov (Stavropol, Russia)
16. Evgenia Kazantseva (Stavropol, Russia)
17. Marina Kovalenko (Stavropol, Russia)
18. Irina Kondratenko (Donskoe, Russia)
19. Ksenya Korbut (Moscow, Russia)
20. Ivan Korolevsky (Mountain View, USA)
21. Elena Koryoukina (Mikhailovsk, Russia)
22. Alexander Kudryavitsky (Moscow, Russia)
23. Evgenia Kuptsova (Stavropol, Russia)
24. Marina Lagoshina (Stavropol, Russia)
25. Elena Lopatina (Stavropol, Russia)
26. Brian Martindale (Newcastle, Great Britain)
27. Galina Moskotinina (Stavropol, Russia)
28. Sergey Popov (Minsk, Belarus)
29. Natalia Popova (Stavropol, Russia)
30. Ilona Romanova (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
31. Denis Sevryugin (Stavropol, Russia)
32. Anna Sevryugina (Stavropol, Russia)
33. Dmitry Skripnikov (Moscow, Russia)
34. Evgenia Toporova (St. Petersburg, Russia)
35. Lyudmila Udodova (Stavropol, Russia)
36. Elena Ulybina (Moscow, Russia)
37. Alexander Uskov (Moscow, Russia)
38. Svetlana Chernova (Gladkova) (Stavropol, Russia)
39. Marina Chmykhova (Stavropol, Russia)
40. Alexander Shilkin (Stavropol, Russia)
41. Marina Scherbakova (Isaeva) (Stavropol, Russia)
42. Dmitry Yurchenko (Inozemtsevo, Russia)

Academicians - 2015-16 (until Dec 1, 2016)
1. Alexanderа Beniaminova (Moscow, Russia)
2. Anastasia Vasilenko (Stavropol, Russia)
3. Angela Ganus (Stavropol, Russia)
4. Tatyana Ziskilevich (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
5. Elena Kalinina (Stavropol, Russia)
6. Elena Kalmykova (Stavropol, Russia)
7. Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol, Russia)
8. Svetlana Logvinenko (Patrucy, Aramil, Russia)
9. Olga Malinina (Odintsovo, Russia)
10. Lada Malysheva (Moscow, Russia)
11. Svetlana Matyakubova (St. Petersburg, Russia)
12. Natalia Nefedieva (St. Petersburg, Russia)
13. Nikita Peshkov (Stavropol, Russia)
14. Irina Sovran (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
15. Lyudmila Tupitsa (Stavropol, Russia)
16. Yury Shikin (Stavropol, Russia)
17. Anna Chernigova (Stavropol, Russia)
18. Vladislav Elts (Moscow, Russia)

Number of Academicians as per 1/12/2015 – 70 people, 36 of them joining the event personally.

Winners in nominations (professional nominations & respective winners are highlighted in bold print)

• Virtuoso of Practice – Gerd-Ragna Bloch Thorsen Prize: Tatyana Ziskilevich (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
• Genius of Enlightenment: Sergey Popov (Minsk, Belarus)
• Master of Feelings: Sergey Popov (Minsk, Belarus)
• Soul of Sviatky: Alexey Koryoukin (Mikhailovsk, Russia)
• Discovery of Sviatky: Nikita Peshkov (Stavropol, Russia)
• Client of Sviatky: Irina Savran (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
• Richest Person: Natalia Zviagintseva (Stavropol, Russia)
• Healthiest Person: Vladislav Elts (Moscow, Russia)
• Sviatky Scumbag: Yury Shikin (Stavropol, Russia)
• One of Sviatky (She): Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol, Russia)
• One of Sviatky (He): Vadim Ganus (Stavropol, Russia)

Special Prizes
• Prize of Board of Founders – Vitaly Nefediev (Pyatigorsk, Russia)
• Mark of Directors – Ivan Korolevsky (Mountain View, USA) & Angela Ganus (Stavropol, Russia)
• Mark of Jury: Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol, Russia)
• Child Mark: Nikita Peshkov (Stavropol, Russia)

Unofficial Prizes
• Sviatky Lamer (Prize by Konstantin Vdovydchenko and Natalia Doroshenko): Nikita Peshkov (Stavropol, Russia)

Angela Ganus (Stavropol, Russia);
Elena Kalinina (Stavropol, Russia);
Lada Malysheva (Moscow, Russia).
Galina Moskotinina (Stavropol, Russia) – Chair of Jury & Chair of Academy

The Festival included a final block of the multifamily therapy training program, which implied both closed and open classes.
A special section was held (symposium-seminars) to talk on work with children with special needs & their parents.

Evening program
Organized and arranged by: Angela Ganus, Sergey Ivanov, Yulia Kozachenko, Alexey Koryokin, Svetlana Matyakubova, Sergey Peshkov, Sergey Popov, Natalia Popova as well as all those who joined the skit-party with their performances and costumes.
The following events were held within the evening program: Welcome Cocktail; Football match (Psychodynamic Elks; First Intimacy; Naruto /All Girls Team/); Movie Session; Jazz Party; Skit Party; Disco NOSTALGIE; Farewell Party-Carnival.

Outstanding participants within the Evening Program
• Best football player (prize from cheer-leaders-ladies): Alexanderа Ivanova (Stavropol)
Photo-prizes from Vitaly Nefediev: Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol), Vladimir Romek (Rostov-on-Don) and Vladislav Elts (Moscow).

Prizes and gifts made by Grigory Bubnov (major prizes, badges for Academicians, marks, and the prize for the auction), Denis Kobzev (prize from the Board of Founders), Zinaida Mikhalkova (calendars).

Number of participants – 11 adolescents aged 8-15:
1. Vera Vasilenko (10, Stavropol)
2. Valeria Gabus (12, Stavropol)
3. Viktoria Ziskilevich (10 , Yekaterinburg)
4. Alexandrа Ivanova (15, Stavropol)
5. Ekaterina Kalmykova (10, Stavropol)
6. Ivan Koryoukin (15, Mikhailovsk)
7. Anna Koryoukina (15, Mikhailovsk)
8. Savely Soloviev (11, Stavropol)
9. Alesya Sevryugina (11, Stavropol)
10. Vlada Tochka (14, Stavropol)
11. Mark Udodov (8, Stavropol)

Major organizer for Child Program – Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol).
Special activities held for young Sviatky People:

Workshops: Catcher of Dreams; Shall We Do This or That?
Leader: Yulia Kozachenko (Stavropol)

Diary of the Present
Leader: Sergey Ivanov (Stavropol)

Real Warming-Up
Leader: Alexander Danilov (Stavropol)

All About Psychiatric Hospital
Leader: Denis Sevryugin (Stavropol)

Building a Fairy-Tale City; Boys & Girls
Leader: Natalia Tormosina (Stavropol)

Movie Session: Real About Ourselves
Leader: Anna Gorshtein (Stavropol)

Club: Bow-Arrow Shooting Training
Leader: Konstantin Vdivydchenko (Inozemtsevo)

Why Tell People Stories?
Leader: Nikita Peshkov (Stavropol)

Scary Stories in The Night
Leader: Alexey Tochka (Stavropol)

Lab for Making Explosive Poems-Powders
Leader: Angela Ganus (Stavropol)

Surprise Workshop
Leader: Anna Koryoukina (Stavropol)

Big Picture
Leader: Elena Kalmykova (Stavropol)

Interesting Just Next to You
Leader: Alexey Koryoukin (Stavropol)

NGO Stavropol Regional Psychoanalytical Association (SRPA)
Informational Agency for Mental Health ProPsy

Russian-speaking branch of International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Treatment of Psychoses (ISPS ru)
Informational Psychiatric Foundation PsykOpp (Norway)
Sviatky Foundation


Board of Founders
Alexey Koryokin
Elena Koryokina
Sergey Peshkov
Elena Ulybina
Marina Chmykhova

Alexey Koryoukin – Director
Sergey Peshkov – representative of Board of Founders
Natalia Popova – representative of ProPsy
Ilona Romanova – representative of Academy
Denis Sevryugin – SRPA representative

Programme Committee
Vitalia Berezueva
Anastasia Vasilenko
Anna Vetlitskaya
Alexander Danilov
Sergey Ivanov
Yulia Kozachenko
Alexey Koryoukin
Elena Koryoukina
Evgenia Kuptsova
Marina Lagoshina
Natalia Mozdor
Galina Moskotinina
Sergey Peshkov
Natalia P. Popova
Denis Sevryugin
Oksana Tatarenko
Natalia Tormosina
Lyudmila Tupitsa
Lyudmila Udodova
Elena Fomuschenko
Anna Chernigova
Marina Chmykhova
Alexander Shilkin

Organising Committee
Vladislav Babayants – translator
Grigory Bubnov – author of prizes
Alexander Danilov – expert of marketing, technical administrator
Sergey Ivanov – manager of Evening Program
Yulia Kozachenko – organizer & leader of Major Child Program
Ivan Korolevsky – website administrator
Vitaly Nefediev – photographer
Zinaida Mikhalkova – designer
Nikita Peshkov – representative of media
Natali P. Popova – organizing manager
Larisa Priceman – representative of media
Yana Rudneva – managing secretary


Regional representatives

Vancouver, Canada
Yulia Stadnitskaya
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Vitebsk, Belarus
Vyacheslav Dorodeiko
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Ilona Romanova
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Violetta Orekhova
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Elena Didenko
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Kiev, Ukraine
Olga Kornienko
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Nina Gatsenko
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Kishinev, Moldova
Zinaida Grushko
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Nina Ivanova
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Ljubek, Germany
Tatiana Akimenko
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Mineralnye Vody
Yulia Tusheva
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Andrey Grigorov
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Tatyana Alexeenko
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Oslo, Norway
Kjell-Petetr Bogwald
+ 4747676070
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Evdokia Dorofeeva
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Reutlingen, Germany
Ekaterina Loskutova
+49 176 83324449
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St. Petersburg
Anna Gubanova
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San Francisco, USA
Ivan Korolevsky
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Elena Romanishko
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Stavanger, Norway
Olaf Rorosgaard
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Tubingen, Germany
Nazar Mazurak
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Marina Kuznetsova
Group Administrator
Festival Christmas-Tide Meetings

Ilona Romanova
Group administrator

Alexey Koryoukin
Group administrator

Alexey Koryoukin


Обновлено 16.05.2016 11:16

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