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"Field theory is an attitude that permeates Gestalt therapy. It is the lodestone that guides the compass of Gestalt therapyu2026. It is the cognitive glue that holds the Gestalt therapy system together." Gary Yontef

Inesa Nilova


Inesa Nilova


  • Psychologist (MSc Psychology, BSA, Riga)
  • Gestalt-practitioner (certified by Riga Gestalt Institute)
  • “Group work” specialisation (Riga Gestalt Institute, 2016-2018)
  • Psychological bases of counselling and psychotherapy (prof. I. Nikolskaya, North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov, Saint Petersburg, 2013)

Member of the Latvian Psychologist Association (LBA) and Latvian Gestalt Therapy Association (LGTA).





Professional interests:

  • ­individual counselling and therapy
  • group therapy
  • psychotherapy for children and young adults
  • group activities aimed at correcting behaviour of children with ADHD
  • psychological support for people with stroke

Work experience:

  • Psychoneurophysiology and bioregulation research centre, Riga (
  • ‘Vigor’ – Society that provides psychological support to stroke survivors and their families (


  • Borodulina, K., Nilova, I. (2017). On the subject of measuring motivation with expliit and implicit methods. Conf. proc. VII International Scientific and practical conference of young scientists and students. 11-12 May 2017, Riga.

I offer counselling in Russian, in Riga or via Skype.

Skype: inesa.nilova


Phone: (+371) 29224953




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