Maja Brusin Kelly                 
 

 
   
 
   
  Education
Maja Brusin Kelly graduated from the Belgrade University, Department of Psychology in 2006. In 2003, she completed the Introductory Course in Personal Construct Psychology.
   
In 2007, she completed a course in teaching Psychology for the Diploma Program of the International Baccalaureate.
   
2009 – the Advanced Course in Personal Construct Psychology given by the Serbian Constructivist Association.
   
  Working Experience
From April to June 2006, she participated in the joint project by UNICEF and Belgrade University’s Institute of Psychology titled “My school – violence-free school”. In 2006 she became an associate at the Laboratory for Experimental Research at the Belgrade University.
   
From August 2006 to June 2007, she worked as a Learning Support Assistant at the International School of Belgrade, providing specialized instruction to students with learning differences. From June 2007 to present, she has worked as the school psychologist, Psychology and Theory of Knowledge teacher at the International School of Belgrade.
   
In 2008, she attended international conferences – Qualitative Research in Education, organized by the Institute for Educational Research and IX European Personal Construct Association Conference, where she presented her research papers.
   
She has been practicing individual psychotherapy since 2007.
   
  Professional Interests
Individual psychotherapy, working with children and adolescents, personal construct psychology, narrative psychology, and postmodern philosophy.
   
  Associations’ Membership
Serbia Psychologists’ Association (SPA)
Serbian Union of Associations for Psychotherapy (SUAP)
Serbian Constructivist Association (SCA)
   
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