17 Grattan St, Carlton, Melbourne.
I’ve been in private practice as a psychotherapist since 2003, offering individual, relationship and couples psychotherapy. I work with people of all ages (from mid-teens), sexual orientation, cultural and ethnic backgrounds and religions. I work in both English or Polish, face-to-face and online.
I perceive psychotherapy as an opportunity to discover the meaning within our experiences. And that this discovery, assisted by the skills, curiosity and support of a therapist, can help express and live this meaning. Throughout my psychotherapy practice I have found the discovery of meaning and having a safe and supportive space to experience one’s own self, a big part of what makes psychotherapy so useful for many.
From 2003 to 2015 I was working at the Poza Centrum – Psychotherapy, Coaching and Facilitation Centre in Warsaw, Poland. In October 2015 I moved to Melbourne where I joined the Melbourne Processwork Centre and started my own practice as Process Oriented.
I supervise my practice regularly.
I’m a faculty member of ANZPOP – Australia and New Zealand Process Oriented Psychology. I’m also a faculty member and supervisor-in-training at the Institute for Process Oriented Psychology Poland, and a faculty member of the Process Work Institute of India.
I teach process oriented psychology, also known as Processwork and run a variety of personal growth workshops. Prior to moving to Australia, I was a teacher of the two-year Certificate in Processwork Psychotherapy in Wrocław, Poland.
I co-developed a series of workshops about relationships. The series of three workshops explored the beginning, deepening and ending of relationships.
I developed a workshop entitled the Psychology of Career and a short-term therapy model for people working on issues of motivation, and was also the co-developer of a specialised program about feedback, delivered in the organisational context (companies including Colliers, Saint-Gobain, and Motul), and as workshops and lectures open to the general public.