Aleksandar is a philosopher specializing philosophical psychology and psychotherapy based at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade. His interests include ethics, psychoanalysis, philosophical practice, integrative psychotherapy and integrative philotherapy. He is the Head Trainer of Integrative Psychotherapists and Integrative Philotherapists at the Institute for Practical Humanities, a certified practitioner and Fellow of the American Philosophical Practitioners’ Association (APPA), and a Professor of Philosophical Psychology.
His work over the past several decades spans various aspects of Philosophical Psychology and Psychotherapy, ranging from regular teaching and research to individual and group counseling to organizational consultancy, with a special focus on organizations interested in the psychology of security and community building. Aleksandar is the founder of Integrative Philotherapy, a method of philosophical counseling inclusive of most traditional psychotherapeutic interventions that reconfigures the traditional frame of counseling through its foundation on a practical emphasis on modal logic.
His most recent books are Philotherapy: An integration of psychotherapy (Lexington Press of Rowman and Littlefield, New York, 2023), Integrative Psychotherapy (Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade, 2020) and Virtue as Identity: Emotions and the Moral Personality, (Rowman and Littlefield International, London 2016).