Psychotherapy Centre


Metro Racławicka – Jarosława Dąbrowskiego 71A street

psychotherapy, psychological counselling, crisis intervention, coaching, psychoeducation

Psychotherapy for adults:
• Life crises
• Career and change crises
• Relationship issues
• Emotional problems
• Addictions
• Stress
• Eating disorders
• Personality disorder
• Neurotics
• Anxiety disorders
• Depression


Psychotherapy for children and adolescents:
• Problems of adolescence
• Difficulties related to family situation (divorce, patchwork families)
• Difficulties in social relations (family and school, among peers)
• Problems associated with anxiety (school refusal, panic attacks)
• Eating disorders
• Problems with aggression and rebellion (truancy, school refusal, aggressive behaviour, temper tantrums)
• Learning difficulties
• Problems of Adaptation
• Diagnosis of school readiness

Psychotherapy and other forms of psychological help:

Mental Health (according to the World Health Organization) is a lack of mental disorders and symptoms listed in the existing international classifications of type DSM-5 and ICD-10 as well as:
• well-being
• implementation of capacity
• effective coping with normal life stress
• productive and efficient work
• constructive contribution to the life of the community to which it belongs

Psychotherapy is a form of psychological support based on the relationship between two (or more) people in which one person (the patient) is looking for help in solving problems related to mental health and the other (the therapist) who provides best conditions to reduce psychological problems and improve daily functioning. The essence of psychotherapy is to help the patient to improve the quality of life in the present, through effective work:

• over what happened in the past and in key relationships within the patient’s life
• with beliefs, thoughts and emotions
• with the patient’s wider development process.

Objectives of psychotherapy are aimed at change in behaviours and attitudes of the patient, as well as the development of their emotional competence, such as:

• raising the level of self-control
• coping with anxiety and stress
• self-esteem increase
• improvement of  the ability to create ties of cooperation and communication with the environment
• motivation improvement.

Psychological counselling is a form of psychological work  which is addressed to mentally healthy people undergoing life, career development and adaptation crises. This includes psychological counselling and short-term therapy. The goal here is to get information about the possibilities of dealing with problems and reflection aimed at helping in taking responsibility for your life and directing its development.

Crisis intervention is a form of support addressed to mentally healthy people experiencing crisis, overload, a sense of loss of control over their own lives  the source of which may be a sudden change, the loss of a loved one, job loss, illness, etc. Phenomena characteristic of the crisis are: high emotional tension, sense of  terror,  sense of loss of control, helplessness, disorganization of behaviour and a variety of somatic symptoms (insomnia, neuralgia, loss of appetite). The aim of crisis intervention is to restore mental balance and to regain the ability to independently solve the crisis. Crisis intervention usually includes 6 to 10 meetings.

Psychoeducation  is a form of assistance directed to the mentally healthy people, the aim of which is to provide knowledge and experience conducive in better coping  with the difficulties, emotions and  relationships.