Dr. Snezana Milenkovic (born 12 December 1950), Distinguished Professor of psychology and psychotherapy at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, received her MA in psychology (1981) and doctorate in medicine (1992) from Belgrade University. She has devoted her professional career to the teaching, practice, and study of psychotherapy. Prof. Milenković is the author or co-author more than 200 articles on the theory and practice of psychotherapy published in various psychological, psychiatric, and psychotherapeutic journals, published both in the country and abroad and three books including: Values in Contemporary Psychotherapy (1997), Psychotherapy and Spirituality (2002), and Soul Thinks in Images – Integrative Art Psychotherapy (2017). The new book The Book of Silence – Phenomenology of Silence is in press. Prof. Milenković has participated in more than ten scientific-research projects at the University and she has worked with traumatized refugee adolescents and the elderly, working as a project coordinator, supervisor, educator, methodologist, and workshop leader, with IOCC, ECHO, IASC, IOM and ACT, in Belgrade. She is a holder of the European Certificate for Psychotherapy and the Serbian Certificate for Psychotherapy. She is a member of numerous professional organizations including the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP), Scientific Research Commitee of EAP and International Journal of Psychotherapy Editorial Board by the EAP. Prof. Milenković is a co-founder, ex-president (1997-2009) and now Honorary President of the Serbian Union of Associations for Psychotherapy. She is a co-founder and president of the Serbian Society for Integrative Art Psychotherapy (1999-present). Her current focus is on founding the Earth Holistic Health Center (combining integral psychology, medicine and psychotherapy) dedicated to the integral humankind health (body, soul & spirit).
Dr. Snezana Milenkovic main interest is a study of values in psychology and psychotherapy, and nowdays, nondual mindful psychotherapy and holistic health. Her personal interests include arts, philosophy, religion and love for nature and traveling.