Natasha Vassilieva first earned her degree in history.
She then completed a postgraduate study in the fields of psychology and philosophical anthropology at Leningrad University.
She has taught history and psychology for almost 20 years and has had a private practice in counseling in Russia and conducted multiple Transactional Analysis workshops.
Natasha is the author of the book "For loving and thoughtful parents".
This book focuses on understanding a childs soul by interpreting and studying their drawings.
She was the founding director of the Psychological Rehabilitation Center for Teenagers and was also the creator and the director of Social and Psychological camp for teenagers in the town of Sosnovy Bor in 1999-2001.
Natasha was in charge of the psychological column in the regional newspaper for 3 years.
She was a Contest Winner in the United States-Russia Partners in Education Program and participated in a six-week professional development seminar at California State University, Chico, California in 1999. She received the grant from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States.
Natasha has two grown up children and lives in Santa Clara, California.
Her principal interests are dreams and their help in the self-actualization process. She has been working with dreams since 1993. She is also a certified Yoga teacher and applies her skills to both kids and adults.