A psychologist and economist by profession, I have a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Sopot as well as a master’s degree in economics from the Warsaw School of Economics.

I have completed post-graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the Medical University of Gdańsk and am a member of the Warsaw Institute of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (www.ipp.waw.pl), where I completed four years of training in psychoanalytical psychotherapy. I offer psychoanalytical therapy to young people and adults on an individual basis.

I work according to the ethical standards of the Polish Association for Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy (www.ptpp.pl) of which I am a member. I am continuously developing my qualifications through trainings, workshops and conferences.

What is psychoanalytical psychotherapy?


Psychoanalytical psychotherapy is a form of help that allows one to better feel and integrate one’s own desires, emotions and convictions and also gain a better understanding of oneself. As in other psychotherapeutic approaches, its aim is to help solve problems, though more emphasis is placed on understanding the causes of suffering and the patient’s individual history.

Psychoanalytical psychotherapy requires time as it deals with deeply rooted, unconscious mental processes. Its goal is to increase one’s capacity to feel and think about what may be significant, yet at the same time inaccessible to the consciousness.

This method is not a set of ready solutions or instructions on how to act. It is based on psychoanalysis as well as the assumption that many of the motives for our behaviours, thoughts and desires are inaccessible to our consciousness, yet they greatly affect our mental reality. Thanks to psychoanalytical psychotherapy, one may gain a more comprehensive understanding of one’s own story and the surrounding environment and also adapt one’s reactions and behaviours to the outside world in such a way as to better comprehend and fulfil one’s own desires.



Sessions are scheduled from one to three times a week (depending on the need and capacity of the patient). The duration of the therapy is not predetermined and depends on the development of the psychotherapeutic process. Before therapy begins, 3-4 diagnostic consultations are held to better understand the needs of the patient.

Gdańsk Wrzeszcz
ul. Wajdeloty 22/3 (press 30)

+48 691 520 941



In situations justified by the difficult financial situation of the patient,
the rate for the therapeutic session may be lowered.