Theraphy in English


Expat life

The life of expatriates is full of challenges, new discoveries and new beginnings.

As an expat (including relatives) you may face many changes – different people, customs, buildings, physical environments and food. Generally, this lifestyle gives many positive emotions, excitement and stimulation. However, these changes may confuse you or make you unsure of yourself and your decisions. Living away from what is familiar and from your usual support network, can be isolating, frustrating and can make you feel homesick and depressed.

Sometimes you may just want to talk about how you feel, share your doubts, your emotions or you want to be listened and understood.



Professional counselling/psychotherapy will help you overcome difficulties and find best solutions to your problems. During psychotherapy, you will learn how your thoughts, emotions and behaviours affect your mood. Talk therapy helps you learn how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. Counselling sessions tend to be relatively short term and focus on current personal difficulties. Psychotherapy is a longer process which lets people understand deeper roots of their present problems.

Usually you meet weekly, the session time is 50 minutes. At the beginning, after exploratory sessions, you agree terms and conditions (eg. therapy goals, time, payment, contact between sessions).

Conversations with your therapist are confidential, but this rule may be broken if there is an immediate threat to safety.
There are many strategies of psychotherapy. The type that is right for you depends on your situation.


Counselling and Psychotherapy

I can be helpful when you experience:

sadness, loneliness
anxiety, panic attacks, OCD
loss of identity
feelings of inadequacy or insecurity
negative self-image
fatigue, sleeping problems

About me

MA in psychology, certified CBT psychotherapist, trainer of personal and social skills. I work using methods of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which is evidence based effective form of short term psychotherapy. The efficacy of CBT has been proven in various empirical studies. In my therapeutic practice I also use methods of Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Rational Behavioural Therapy which are part of CBT.

I graduated from School of Psychotherapy at Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Center in Warsaw (partner of Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre). I constantly develop my qualifications by attending trainings and courses for professionals.

My workshop is under ongoing supervision of licensed certified supervisors.

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