I graduated from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw (MA), specialising in Clinical Psychology. I also hold an MA in English Studies, an MBA diploma and a certificate of a one year course in Psychological Support in Psychotherapy from the Gestalt Therapy Institute, Cracow.
Process Work, known also as Process Oriented Psychology, constitutes the base of my practice. Currently I am approaching my final exams in a Diploma programme of the Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology UK (UKCP accredited). I work under supervision of Diplomate Teachers of Process Work, my qualifications are recognised in the UK, Poland and other countries in which there are Process Work training centres.
I co-operate with Feniks Support Services Ltd in Edinburgh, providing sessions for individuals and couples as well as workshops and trainings, in Polish and in English. I gladly join forces with other non-government entities to deliver social and cultural projects. My past work experience comprises a number of organisations, including City of Edinburgh Council, Penumbra, Girlguiding Scotland and Edinburgh Women’s Aid. I also run a private therapy practice.
My main psychological interests cover adaptation problems, intercultural differences, crisis intervention, trauma, relationship problems, self-esteem, inner critic, stress, burn-out and exploration of one’s life myth. Among passions I count Process Work, Japanese art, world mythologies, travelling to remote places and wandering through the spell-binding scenery of Scotland and Ireland.