Tetiana Yablonska

Tetiana Yablonska


Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology Department of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Doctor of Psychology, Professor

h-index in Google Scholar – 8

ORCID ID 0000-0001-7272-9691

ResearcherID: S-2060-2019


July 2019 – to present

Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology Department of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

March 2018 – September 2019

Senior Research Fellow of State Institute of Family and Youth Policy under Ministry of Youth and Sport of Ukraine

July 2017 – June 2019

Assistant of Psychology Department, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

2011 to present 

Teacher of seminars at the Institute of Advanced Training of Management Personnel, National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine

2016 – June 2017

Associate professor of the Psychology Department of Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv

2015 – 2016

Professor of the Department of Industrial and Management Psychology of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University (Kyiv)

2008 – 2016

Institute of Psychology named G. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Senior Research Fellow

2001 – 200

Psychologist, Service in the care of children, Darnytsky District State Administration in Kyiv

2000 – 2005

Institute of Psychology named G. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Senior Research Fellow

Scientific supervisor of 5 PhD in Psychology (2012 2018)


October 2019- January 2020

Trainee of the Ivan Vyhovsky Award of Eastern Europe Studio, Warsaw University

2019 – 2020

Participation in the project «Training for the creation of a training system for addiction therapists in Ukraine», co-financed by PARPA (Academy of Special Education named Mary Grzegorzewska in Warsaw)


The title of Professor


Scientific internships at the Catholic University of Lublin (Poland)


The degree of Doctor of Psychology, Institute of Psychology named G. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)


Refresher courses National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine


The title of Senior Research Fellow

2005 – 2008

Institute of Psychology named G. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Doctorate course in Age and Pedagogical Psychology


 PhD, Institute of Psychology named G. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1994 – 1999

Institute of Psychology named G. S. Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Postgraduate course in Age and Pedagogical Psychology

Modern Technologies of Psychological Support of Personality and Family Development

Research Fields:
Social Science & Humanities

Previous and Current Research

Child’ Development in Family

Psychological Support of Person and Family in Crisis Situation

Ethical Grounds of Psychologists’ Activities

Future Projects and Goals

Future studies are devoted to the problem of personality development in different age periods, as well as to the influence of such development factors as family relationships, features of educational and professional environment.

The aim of the study is to identify the characteristics of the influence of the most significant factors of personality development in modern conditions, as well as the development of technologies for psychological support of personality development.

The team:

PhD N.Bulatevych «Psychological Support of Person and Family in Crisis Situation», «Ethical Grounds of Psychologists’ Activities»

PhD student L. Sirokha «Psychological factors of professional crises of employees of legal professions».

Participation in projects

Project «Lublin Coalition for Integration» (2019) Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, 2 960 997,05 PLN, co-financed by the Refugee, Migration and Integration Fund and the state budget of Poland, summer school coordinator.

Project «Services in psychological rehabilitation of the affected participants of the anti-terrorist operation» with funding of the State Service of Ukraine for War Veterans Affairs and participants of the anti-terrorist operation (2016), psychologist-consultant and trainer.

Project planning "Socio-cultural standards of body image in the mass media and in the family environment – as risk factors for anti-health behaviour towards the body and nutrition" together with scientists of the Jagiellonian University Prof. B.Betkovska-Korpala and Prof. B.Izdorczyk.

Selected Publications

1.     Piesha, ²., Yablonska, Ò. (2019) Development of the State Family Policy, Oriented on a Well-Functioning Family. Rocznik³ Teologicznå. Nauki o Rodzinie, 66 (10): 61-76. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18290/rt.2019.66.10-5 (in English)

2.     Shebanova, V., Yablonska T. (2019). Nickname as a Means of Linguistic Self-Presentation in the Internet of People with Eating DisordersPsycholinguistics, 25(1). DOI: https://doi.org/10.31470/2309-1797-2019-25-1-409-430 (in Ukrainian)

3.      Gorbaniuk, Julia, Sergieienkova, Oksana, Yablonska, Tetiana (2018). Peculiarities of personal self-improvement in early and late adolescence. Social Welfare: Interdisciplinary Approach, 2 (8): 8-19. http://socialwelfare.eu/index.php/sw/issue/view/25/showToc (in English)

4.     Vitali³à Shebanova, Tatiana Yablonskaya, Liana Onufrieva (2018). The Impact of Eating and Weight-Ñorrection Program for "I-image" of women with excess weight. Science and Education, Issue 7-8. Education and Psychology: 105-112. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24195/2414-4665-2018-7-8-14 (in Ukrainian)

5.     Yablonska, T., Bulatevych, N. (2017) Ethical principles of psychologists’ activities represented in the ethical code and views of psychologists and clients. Psychoprevention studies, 3: 33-44. http://www.ipip.info.pl DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21277/sw.v1i7.285 (in English)

6.     Yablonska, Tetiana (2017). The psychology aimed at addressing challenges arising during the recent military conflict in Ukraine. Psychoprevention studies, 1: 37-48. http://www.ipip.info.pl (in English)

7.     Yablonska, Tetiana, Dembytska, Natalia, Vus, Viktor (2017). Social-psychological adjustment of ex-servicemen to civilian life. Social Welfare: Interdisciplinary Approach. Vol 1, No 7: 168-177. http://socialwelfare.eu/index.php/sw/article/view/285 (in English)

8.     Yablonska T., Melnychuk T. (2017) Psychological Support For Families During Crises (as exemplified by families members of Ukrainian war veterans) Current Problems of Psychiatry. De Gruyter,. Vol.18: issue 2: 87-94. https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/cpp.2017.18.issue-2/cpp-2017-0007/cpp-2017-0007.xml (in English)

9.        Yablonska, Ò. (2015) Family counselling – family resources for developing of adolescent positive identity. Family growth supporting resources / ed. Joanna Chwaszcz, Julia Gorbaniuk. Published by: Natanaelum Association Institute for Psychoprevention and Psychotherapy. Lublin, 19-27. http://www.ipip.info.pl/pl/monografie/19-family-growth-supporting-resources (in English)

10.   Yablonska, T. (2015) Features of family relationships during adolescence crises. Fundamental and applied research in the practices of leading scientific schools, 2 (8): 146-157. URL: fund-issled-intern.esrae.ru/8-129 (in English)

11.   Yablonska, Ò. (2013). Development of the child's identity in the family relationship system. Sumy: Publishing House of Sumy State Pedagogical University named A.Makarenko. (in Ukrainian)

12. Yablonska, T. (2013) Family Factors of Person’s Identity Development during Adolescence and Early Adulthood. Social Welfare. Interdisciplinary Approach, 3(2): 30-40. (in English)

13. Shebanova V., Yablonska T. (2019) The influence of the family on the formation of eating and weight disorders. Current Problems of Psychiatry, 20(4). https://doi.org/10.2478/cpp-2019-0021 (in English)

14. Yablonska T., Bulatevych N., Maksymchuk D. (2020) The features of adolescents’ perception about parenthood. Socialization & Human Development: International Scientific Journal. Volume 2. No1 / Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University, University of Szczecin (Poland), Ukrainian Association of Educational and Developmental Psychology (Ukraine) – Szczecin, Kyiv, 2020. P. 134-142. https://doi.org/00.00000/SHDISJ-00-0.0-0000 (in English)

15. Tetiana Yablonska, Lilia Sirokcha. (2020) The Peculiarities of Career Crises of Lawyers: Psychological and Social Aspects. Roczniki Teologiczne. Praca Socjalna. Tom LXVII, zeszyt 1 – P. 129-144. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18290/rt20671-8 (in English)


Homepage: http://www.psy.univ.kiev.ua/ua/departments/developmentalpsychology