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Tatiana I. Sinitsa

Candidate of Psychology, Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

Kalvaryiskaia str. 9, room 428 Minsk Republic of Belarus 220004

Tel.: (+375-17) 259-70-48; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Born on 06.19.1976 in the city of Brest.

1993 –graduated from the Lyceum №1 Brest and entered the Belarusian State University.

1998 – graduated from university with honors in "psychologist, lecturer in psychology" (specialization clinicalpsychology).

1998 - 2001 - postgraduate studentof the Academy of Postgraduate Education.

2002- accepted the position of senior lecturer of Applied Psychology Faculty of Psychology Belarusian State Pedagogical University.

2003 –defended thesis on the specialty 19.00.10 - "Correctional psychology" on "The Dynamics of Comprehension of Other Humans’ Emotional States by Partially Sighted Junior Schoolchildren".

2007 – 2009worked as an Associate Professor of the Department of Clinical and Counselling Psychology Faculty of Psychology Belarusian State Pedagogical University.

2010 – awarded the rank of associate professor.

2010 - 2014 held the position of Head of Department of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Psychology Belarusian State Pedagogical University.

2014 – works as assistant professor of the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, BSU.

She is a representative of the scientific school of E.Slepovich in the psychology of children with special needs (19.00.10 - correctional psychology).

Published more than 60 scientific papers, 1 monograph, and 1 textbook (co-authored)

(September 1998 to November 2013 - Gavrilko Tatiana, since 2014 – Sinitsa Tatiana).

Scientific and applied interests: cultural - historical theory, special psychology, medical psychology;

  • the development of the emotional states of the person in health and disease, the development of communication skills and cooperation, the practice of psychological help to children with special needs, training of psychologists to work with children with special needs.