Kristina E. Schellinski, M.A., is a Supervisor and Teaching Analyst accredited with the C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich-Küsnacht, Switzerland, and a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychologists and of the Swiss Association of Psychotherapists.
She has worked in her private clinical practice near Geneva for 25 years, and is also engaged in teaching, presenting and publishing internationally.
She is the Co-Founder of the global replacementchildforum.com, a website offering professionals and replacement children a rich variety of resources, including recommended books and book reviews, articles, research as well as first-hand accounts in blog entries and letters. The video channel of the replacementchildforum.com offers video recordings of presentations and webinars. She is also Co-Founder of the new website resource for professionals – replacement-child-professionals.com .
She is the author of “Individuation for Adult Replacement Children: Ways of Coming into Being” (2019), and of many articles published in professional journals, on a variety of issues, including transgenerational transmission of trauma, the psyche-soma connection in countertransference phenomena, on cultural complexes, on Covid-19, on hope in times of crisis.
Kristina offers supervision online internationally as well as a consultant supervisor at the Geneva University Hospital Psychiatry Department since 2009; she is also teaching in a program offering further education in Analytical Psychology for psychiatrists and medical professionals in Geneva, Switzerland.