I am a clinical psychologist, psychoanalytical psychotherapist and group analyst. My education includes MA diploma at the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Warsaw, postgraduate four-year training in psychotherapy at the Rasztów Group Analysis Institute and the German Psychoanalytical Institute in Heidelberg.
From 1997 to 2012, I worked at the Rasztów Psychotherapy Center, where I conducted individual and group psychotherapy for adult and adolescent patients, and was the head of the day hospital for the treatment of neuroses and personality disorders. For 9 years I have been running my own psychotherapy practice, extended by psychological coaching services in the area of personal development, team management and organizational culture.
In the years 2003-2012 I worked at the Rasztów Group Analysis Institute, where I conducted training psychotherapy, supervision and training classes for participants of a four-year postgraduate training in psychotherapy. For 6 years I was a member of the Institute's Management Board.
I am a co-author of two books: "Man and Psychology", where I wrote a chapter on psychotherapy, and "Analytical Psychotherapy. Group Processes and Phenomena", where I wrote about the destructive mechanisms of a group process.