- 1991 – Graduated from Medical Academy of Latvia, Medical Doctor's (MD) degree
- 1993 – Specialization in narcology
- 2001 – Training in group analytic psychotherapy (Vilnius University)
- 2002 – Training in psychodynamic psychotherapy (Rīga Stradiņš University (RSU))
- Since 2008 – Lecturer at RSU, program Nursing, Mental health nurse, course of study "Psychotherapy in psychiatry" and "Narcology and patient care"
- Since 1998 – Work at medical practice in psychotherapy and narcology
Consults and practices psychotherapy in case of depression, anxiety, dysautonomia, psychosomatic disorders (physical discomfort, including various symptoms without objective findings), burnout syndrome, phobias (obsessive fears), in case of sexual disorders, stranded relations and many other cases, when psycho-emotional support and/or psychotherapeutic treatment are necessary.
Certified general practitioner, specializes in psychotherapy
- In 2013 graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Rīga Stradiņš University in the programme ‘Medicine’ and obtained the physician’s degree
- In 2017 graduated from the Faculty of Continuing Education of Rīga Stradiņš University in the programme ‘Family Medicine’ and obtained the general practitioner’s qualification
- since January 2020 HEPI Institute in Lithuania, acquiring psychotherapy speciality
- During her studies she studied in depth the metabolic syndrome and its impact on patients' quality of life and skin issues
- She improves knowledge in various courses, seminars and conferences on a regular basis, paying special attention to modern possibilities of disease prevention
- Professional experience: From 2013 to 2017 a medical trainee in the Emergency Medical Aid Service From 2014 to 2017 a resident in family medicine at the Faculty of Continuing Education of the University of Latvia
The psychotherapist carries out practical psychotherapeutic work and helps clients to improve their quality of life, improve cognitive and emotional skills, and find the strength and courage to cope with various life challenges.
Gives general practitioner’s advice, diagnoses and treats children and adults in case of acute and chronic diseases, gives advice on healthy lifestyle and nutrition, recommends the best ways to prevent diseases. Carries out programmes of preventive check-ups.
The physician stresses out: Socrates said that one cannot treat the body without thinking about the soul, therefore healthy can only be achieved when working in several directions at the same time, taking care of both mental and physical health.