Psühhiaatria valdkonnas olen töötanud juba üle kümne aasta.
2016.aastast tegutsen psühhiaatria eriarstina.
Psühhiaatrina on mu prioriteediks patsientide kuulamine, abi osutamine, vajadusel ravi määramine ja selle korrigeerimine, seisundi jälgimine, ennetustöö. Jätkub erialaga seotud pidev enesetäiendamine. Olen läbinud ka pereteraapia algkursuse.
Kuulun Eesti Arstide Liitu, Eesti Psühhiaatrite Seltsi ning Soome Arstide Liitu.
I graduated from Tallinn Health Care College in 2008 and then I worked as an inpatient nurse, on a regular schedule (I was in the Surgery Department of East Tallinn Central Hospital for 6 years and in the Nephrology Department of the North Estonia Medical Centre for 5 years). During this time I have gained good experience as a nurse. In 2019 I started focusing more on independent nursing, I started providing independent nursing services to patients and their relatives. I have also worked as a home nurse.
Over the last few years, I have become interested in the field of mental health, with a deep interest in drug addiction treatment. Currently, at the ReCuro clinic, in collaboration with harm reduction centres, I counsel addicts, patients with drug dependence, motivate them to make better choices, and monitor the progress of the substitution treatment offered.
I am open-minded, a good communicator, cheerful, kind and supportive.
I like continuous self-development, I have completed several professional trainings: SMART Recovery, Patient with Primary Psychotic Episode, etc.
Minu peamiseks erialaks on erakorraline meditsiin, kus alates 2013 a. töötan kiirabis. Oman meditsiinilist kogemust erinevates valdkondades. Töö käigus on tulnud ette erinevaid vaimse tervise probleemidega seotud olukordi, mistõttu tekkis vajadus oma teadmisi selles vallas täiendada. Kliinikus on olnud võimalus arendada oma oskusi, seoses vaimse tervisega, patsientide jaoks. Oma töös püüan leida individuaalset lähenemist patsientidele, parima tulemuse saavutamiseks.
Olen avatud, heatujuline ning valmis aitama abivajajaid nende vaimse tervise probleemide lahendamisel.
I graduated from Tallinn Health Care College in 2013 and studied Digital Health (MSc) in Tallinn University of Technology, I’m about to write and defend my master’s thesis in the near future.
I had been participating in a project that was exploring the possibilities of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy implementation in family doctors’ practice using IT technologies.
As a practising mental health nurse I use individual aproach, I’m capable of listening and showing different posibilities. I specialise in addiction treatment but I also can help with anxiety, depression and other issues. I use evidence-based methods. I’m LGBT friendly.
I have a bachelor's degree in psychology from Dragomanova Pedagogical University in Kyiv, and I have completed CARe methodology (psychosocial rehabilitation) training. I also work as a psychologist in the rehabilitation team of the Tallinn Mental Health Centre, before that I worked as an activity supervisor and have several years of experience working with people with mental disorders. In addition, I have specialized in counselling digital and gambling addicts. In my work, I value a high working culture and a well-functioning team. I consider empathy and a sincere desire to help to be my greatest strengths.
In my spare time, I like to go to group exercise classes, swim and travel.
I graduated from Tallinn University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2017 and got a Master's degree in Sport and Performance Psychology in 2018 from the University of Greenwich, London.
I am currently completing a Level I training in Family Psychotherapy and have previously completed an introductory course in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing training, SMART Recovery Facilitator course and have improved my knowledge in counselling patients with addictive disorders as well as gaining knowledge in working with primary psychotic patients.
In my work as a psychologist, I rely on the basics of cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and the principles and techniques of motivational interviewing (MI).
I have mainly worked with patients with addictive disorders and with various athletes.
I am a social worker by education, I graduated from Tallinn University in 2019.
I have a long working experience in the field of harm reduction - I started working in the field in 2011. Through numerous trainings and self-development opportunities both in Estonia and abroad, I have gradually increased my qualifications and knowledge. I also conduct various trainings on topics related to drugs, drug use and addiction.
I have collaborated with the Institute for Health Development, taking part in numerous studies and projects.
I have collaborated with the Institute of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Tartu, participating in several studies on drug use and drug users. I am co-author of two research articles.
I have been involved in counselling and run a support group for drug users in Tallinn Prison.
Since 2020, I am a member of the Correlation European Harm Reduction Network and the Estonian representative, collecting data and information related to drugs, harm reduction, politics, etc.
For the last couple of years I have been running harm reduction services and I have experience in running the NPO Convictus Estonia.
Based on the forementioned, as well as on my own personal experience, I consider the field of mental healthcare to be a great passion of mine. It is not just a job for me, it is a lifestyle. I believe that people need information and deserve support, and I am always ready to contribute to society.
The words that describe me are cooperation, positive attitude and empathy.
In my free time, I love being in nature and discovering new places. I also think there are not enough books in the world, but I read the ones that are available with great interest.
Chairman of the Board/ Advanced Practice Nurse (critical care nursing)
Chairman of the Board/ Advanced Practice Nurse (critical care nursing)
I have a master's degree in Master of Sciences - Health Sciences - Intensive Care Nursing. I have experience in emergency medicine since 2011. In addition to this, I have worked as a Family and Mental Health Nurse, as well as a lecturer at the Tallinn Health Care College, covering the following areas: health technology and e-health, patient assessment, children's nursing and I am a certified simulation instructor.
In 2019 I started working at Marienthal Clinic, where I developed a keen interest in the field of mental health, in particularly in the field of drug addiction treatment. I have completed various trainings such as Motivational Intervention, Primary Psychotic States, and SMART Recovery Facilitator Training. I am currently training myself in the field of animal companion therapy.
My hobbies include dog sports, snowboarding, swimming, and hiking. I'm also a member of the Estonian USAR team and I'm still driving as an ambulance brigade leader at SA PERH.