I'm Elina Landman

I am a cognitive-behavioral therapist with over two decades of experience, and I am the author of a unique 10-step method tailored to help you identify and address the issues that stop you from uncovering your true calling and unleashing your full potential in life.

My extensive professional expertise and years of experience working internationally have equipped me with a profound understanding of various psychotherapeutic methods. In my everyday practice, I place emphasis on contemporary issues. These include fostering emotional intelligence, cultivating self-worth, bolstering self-assurance, defining personal priorities and values, and uncovering a unique life mission.

I was born and raised in Ukraine, and from an early age, my distinctive individuality made me stand out. In 1996, I started studying psychology, which at the time, was not considered prestigious. My choices have always been guided by what resonated with my desires and self-awareness rather than what was popular and widespread. However, as life has shown, when you find and choose 'your true path,' there will always be avenues for self-realization and demand for what you do.

I enjoy sharing my insights through articles, interviews, educational talks and training programs. Currently, I'm excited to be working on my debut book, "Looking into Your Calling."
EDUCATION
The foundation of my knowledge is rooted in my academic university education, where I earned a master's degree in psychology. I have expanded my expertise through advanced studies at the Institute of Gestalt Therapy and Counseling, as well as the Eastern European Institute of Psychoanalysis and International Business Coaching University.

I am a staunch advocate of lifelong learning. Self-development, the exploration of new approaches, and staying updated on modern psychotherapeutic methods are integral aspects of my professional journey. Notably, I completed the Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy training at the Albert Ellis Institute in the USA, as well as a course in Cognitive Therapy under the guidance of Windy Dryden in the United Kingdom.
I'm Elina Landman
I am a cognitive-behavioral therapist with over two decades of experience, and I am the author of a unique 10-step method tailored to help you identify and address the issues that stop you from uncovering your true calling and unleashing your full potential in life.

My extensive professional expertise and years of experience working internationally have equipped me with a profound understanding of various psychotherapeutic methods. In my everyday practice, I place emphasis on contemporary issues. These include fostering emotional intelligence, cultivating self-worth, bolstering self-assurance, defining personal priorities and values, and uncovering a unique life mission.

I was born and raised in Ukraine, and from an early age, my distinctive individuality made me stand out. In 1996, I started studying psychology, which at the time, was not considered prestigious. My choices have always been guided by what resonated with my desires and self-awareness rather than what was popular and widespread. However, as life has shown, when you find and choose 'your true path,' there will always be avenues for self-realization and demand for what you do.


I enjoy sharing my insights through articles, interviews, educational talks and training programs. Currently, I'm excited to be working on my debut book, "Looking into Your Calling."



EDUCATION

The foundation of my knowledge is rooted in my academic university education, where I earned a master's degree in psychology. I have expanded my expertise through advanced studies at the Institute of Gestalt Therapy and Counseling, as well as the Eastern European Institute of Psychoanalysis and International Business Coaching University.

I am a staunch advocate of lifelong learning. Self-development, the exploration of new approaches, and staying updated on modern psychotherapeutic methods are integral aspects of my professional journey. Notably, I completed the Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy training at the Albert Ellis Institute in the USA, as well as a course in Cognitive Therapy under the guidance of Windy Dryden in the United Kingdom.