Clinical Psychologist,
             License No. Psy 5451,
was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina,
in an Ukrainian Slavic community.

      She obtained her Dr. of Philosophy degree from
the University of Houston, Psychology Department,
in 1974. National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology, #46000.

       She is presently conducting Friendship
Seminars for children, adolescent, and adults,
Life Creating, Planning, Managing Seminars
and Migraine Reactions Therapy Support Groups.
Privately she is offering psychodiagnostics,
psychoeducational, and neuropsychological evaluations;
forensic consultations; custody evaluations;
and infant, child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy,
hypnotherapy, age regression, biofeedback, and neurofeedback.
She provides treament for depression,
Atention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder,
menopausal transitions, drug abuse, eating disorders,
identity disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,
sexual abuse, burnout, and life problems.

      Trilingual: English, Spanish, and Ukrainian,
with knowledge of Russian, Portuguese, Italian.

      The focus of Dr. Pablant's therapy is
intense and brief mutual exploration of each person's
and/or family's belief and assumption system,
with a holistic emphasis, and development of greater
mental and physical health, life satisfaction, and
growth in one's personal life, and interpersonal,
community, and world relationships.

      Dr. Pablant's thirty years of experience
as an educator and clinical practitioner,
her multilingual-multicultural background,
and extensive research and experience in early
childhood development, friendship relationships,
menopause transitions, and solution oriented thinking
styles, brings a rich perspective to her work.


9 | 2004