Lidija Vasiljević, doktorirala je na temi politika mentalnog zdravlja na odseku za socijalni rad i socijalnu politiku a magistrirala na temi roda u psihoterapiji na odseku za studije roda, na Fakultetu političkih nauka u Beogradu. Osnovne studije psihologije završila je na Filozofskom fakultetu u Beogradu .Od 2000. je setifikovana psihoterapeutkinja na
nacionalnom nivou (Savez psihoterapeuta Srbije) a od 2004. i na evropskom nivou (Evropski sertifikat za psihoterapiju) od 2007 i u okviru Britanske psihodramske asocijacije kao supervirotka I trenerica . Ko-osnivačica je Regionalne asocijacije za psihodramu i intergrativnu primenu psihoterapije (RAIP) gde se bavi individualnom i grupnom psihoterapijom, psihodramskom edukacijom i supervizijom budućih psihoteraputkinja i psihoterapeuta, kao i promovisanjem i razvojem integrativnog i rodno inkluzivnog pristupa.
Već dve decenije je uključena kao aktivistkinja I saradnica u rad organizacija i inicijativa u okviru kojih se bavi psihosocijalnom podrškom marginalizovanim grupama, savetovanjem,borbom protiv nasilja I osnazivanjem zena, kao i analizom medija iz rodne perspektive. Takodje se bavi I edukacijom u oblasti ljudskih resursa,rodnim analizama na
isntitucionalnom nivou ,naucnim radom. Oblasti specifičnog interesovanja i istraživačkog rada su pitanja klase i roda u psihoterapiji i integracija psihodrame sa drugim modalitetima. Autorka je brojnih radova iz oblasti psihoterapije i roda, kao I politika mentalnog zdravlja.

Lidija Vasiljević received her doctorate on the subject of mental health policy at the Department of Social Work and Social Policy and her master's degree on the subject of gender in psychotherapy at the Department of Gender Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. She completed her basic studies in psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. Since 2000, she has been a certified psychotherapist at the national level (Association of Psychotherapists of Serbia) and since 2004 at the European level (European Certificate for Psychotherapy) since 2007 and within the British Psychodrama Association as a supervisor and trainer. She is the co-founder of the Regional Association for Psychodrama and Integrative Psychotherapy (RAIP), where she deals with individual and group psychotherapy, psychodrama education and supervision of future psychotherapists, as well as promotion and development of an integrative and gender inclusive approach. For two decades, she has been involved as an activist and associate in the work of different organizations and initiatives within which she deals with psychosocial support for marginalized groups, counseling, the fight against gender based violence and the empowerment of women, as well as media analysis from a gender perspective. She also deals with education in the field of human resources, gender analysis at the institutional level, and academic research work. Areas of specific interest are issues of class and gender in psychotherapy and the integration of psychodrama with other modalities, such as TA and Jungian analysis. She is the author of numerous works in the field of psychotherapy and gender,as well as mental health policy.