Wiola Rebecka possesses in-depth knowledge of cultural anthropology and psychology of people as a contemporary psychoanalyst, within the context of their respective cultures.
Her research and focuses on the theories of cultural and psychoanalytic development in many regions all over the world. She is interested in understanding different societies and people, using available psychological tools. Her area of interest is related to sexual abuse and its trauma-related consequences.
She is a credential psychoanalyst IPA, alumna member of Women’s Therapy Center Institute NYC. Author of the Project Rape: A History of Shame.
She is a therapist with over 23 years of clinical experience working with trauma, PTSD, War Rape Survivors Syndrome, and Transgenerational Trauma. Current Project Rape: A History of Shame is her dedication to understanding the consequences of rape/war/trauma. Her family is her most significant influence and inspiration with their history of the Holocaust and her work on the field with the war rape survivors.
Her variety of experiences working with people are being utilized for the creative development of humanitarian organizations, workshops, classrooms, and non-profit organizations. Knowledge of foreign languages allows her to understand people and their cultural backgrounds – She speaks English, Polish, Russian, Swahili, and French.