What I Am Working On Now

Creative Time Studio’s Workshops

Matter of Choice

Matter of Choice: a self-reflection and self-exploration space

In person in Copenhagen: May 15 and May 22

Online: June 13 and June 20, 17 to 19 (CET)

Procrastination, Habits and Future Self together with Konrad Piotrowicz we are going to find the time for what really matters.

In this workshop we would like to explore the common but curious dynamics that occur when we introduce a change in our life – be it a new health initiative, a course to gain new skills or a whole set of New Year’s resolutions.

Our level of commitment and dedication is high at the start, but over a (not so long) while it fades… as if something was preventing us from acting in our own best interest.

We will jointly dive into these questions:

  • Why does it feel like someone is stealing my time?
  • Why do we procrastinate?
  • Why maintaining a high motivation is so challenging?
  • Why do time management techniques work for some people, but not for others?

Let’s explore a different way to set goals and create conditions for forming better and healthier habits for ourselves. We will also introduce tools that can help you hack your habits.

In person in Copenhagen: June 4, 18:00 to 20:00

Creativity as a Resource

Creativity as a Resource – workshop for NFEtudes in Lyon, France. A company run by my colleague in research on the topic of time, Nicolas Fieulaine. They apply social psychology and behavioural science to accompany change and transitions. One of my favorite hands-on workshops to bring to life – we tap into creativity as a resource, we use various exercices to “zoom out”, to get a new perspective, to find an unprobable solution, to be less stressed and less in the reactive mode, to get to know ourselves more, and our strengths, and learn to let go of the inner critic and constant drive for perfectionism. We learn to be, to pause and to create.

It is evidence based, neuroscience and psychology informed. It can help with the creative block, shifting the focus from the final product to the creative process and facilitating being in the moment, in the flow, increasing well-being and burn-out prevention. Principles learned in one setting can be transferred to another and applied to various tasks at hand and promote everyday life creativity. Do you feel like your company needs a creative boost? Feel free to reach out!

Installation: The Space of Futurization

It is with the great pleasure I am coming back to my “Futurization of Thinking and Behavior” project after some time. I have been invited to build the next iteration of my installation “The Space of Futurization: Where Future is Now” by the Terres Du Son festival this July! I am so much looking forward to it! With the great team helping to bring it alive: Nicolas Fieulaine, Symeon Fieulaine and Pinja Päivinen. It will run July 12 through July 14, 2024 close to Tours, France – do drop by if you are in the area and experience our Futurinarium! “The oracle is waiting…”


  1. Varieties of Temporal Experiences
  2. Introduction to Art-Therapy
  3. Psychological Time & Well-Being
  4. Images of the Future
  5. “Is it possible for a human being to live in or toward the future without being consumed by anxiety?”


I continue to learn more about Hindustani Classical Music and playing bansuri, Indian bamboo flute. And I continue to deepen my knowledge in Existential Analysis & Logotherapy.

Running my private psychotherapy practice in Copenhagen

I  specialize in transitions and endings, psychology of time and Balanced Time Perspective coaching and existential questions. I work in English and Russian, both in-person and online. I work with individuals and couples. Currently, I also work Pro Bono with people affected by the war in Ukraine. I have some availability – feel free to reach out.

Hindustani Classical Music

“Music is like glass mirror, it reflects who you are; what you want to say – I understood something and want to talk to you about it today” – Ustad Bahauddin Dagar

Hindustani Classical Music has been fascinating me for quite some time now. My first encounter with it was during the 4th International Time Perspective Conference in Nantes, France back in 2018. Since then I have switched from learning the Turkish flute, kaval, to learning Indian bamboo flute, bansuri, but mostly learning about the whole new universe that is contained inside the Hindustani Classical Music and its theory.

My friend and colleague, Nikhil Ghorpadkar, pakhavaj player from Pune, Maharashtra, India, most likely will be in Copenhagen in the first week of June – and we are thinking to organize a little workshop, an introduction to the Hindustani Classical Music, where I would be happy to share what I have discovered so far. Do let me know if you would like to join this workshop – be it in person or online.


How do I manage all of the above and a few things that were left out? I love working with my version of the bullet journal and I also follow my own medicine regarding taking the creative breaks.

I am available for giving workshops on how to deal with culture shock, using creativity as a resource or how to find your time. I would be thrilled to develop a tailored talk / workshop regarding time, creativity and your field of interest.

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