Dr. Maxim Goncharov - MD, PhD, psychiatrist, psychotherapist, World and European Certificate of Psychotherapy holder, international master trainer of International Academy on Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy (IAPP), member of the board of directors of the World Association of Positive Psychotherapy (WAPP), Associate professor at the chair of psychology in the Far Eastern Humanitarian University.
He is a director of a private clinic "Center for Positive Psychotherapy" in the Far East of Russia.
He is a member of WCP, EAP, EFCPP and director of Far Eastern branch of Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League.
The only legal provider of Employee Assistance Program in the Far East of Russia.
He graduated from Far Eastern State Medical University in 1996. Received a fundamental education in psychotherapy in Russia and Wiesbaden Academy of Psychotherapy, Transcultural Family Therapy and Psychosomatic Medicine (Germany). Already in 2000, became an international trainer of Positive Psychotherapy. In 2002 he was awarded the European Certificate of Psychotherapy and included in the unified register of occupational therapists in Europe. In 2003, brilliantly defended his dissertation on psychotherapy in St. Petersburg. He is currently working on his doctoral dissertation. For 18 years, has been continuously psychotherapy practice and is a member of a board of directors of the World Association of Positive Psychotherapy (Wiesbaden, Germany). He is director of the only private clinic therapy "Center of Positive Psychotherapy" in Khabarovsk region. In 2007, Maxim Goncharov won an international prize from the Wiesbaden Academy of Positive Psychotherapy for innovations in psychotherapy. And in 2008, he was awarded the World Certificate of Psychotherapy - the highest award of professional recognition in the field of psychotherapy. From 2009 is coordinator of Operationalized Psychodynamic Diagnostics working group in Russia.
Dr. Maksim Goncharov is an author of the concept and a book “Emotional security in psychotherapeutic practice”. He is an author of book “Conflict operationalization in Positive Psychotherapy” and “Why psychotherapist is better then friend’s shoulder”. He was also an editor and translator of Russian edition of “Operationalized psychodynamic diagnostics”-2 and has set of scientific articles about countertransference and psychotherapeutic relationships.
Now he actively provides trainings all over the world: Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Turkey, Romania, China, Australia, Albania and Ethiopia.
Married, two children.