I approach each patient individually and with care, trying to understand the real essence of the problem, which allows effective



During the years of my work, I gained extensive experience in conducting therapies aimed at treating people suffering from various types of disorders.
My specializations include:

  • Personality disorder

    • A fixed pattern of behavior, way of thinking and experiencing, that hinders proper and satisfying functioning. It originates from the process of shaping the individuals personality.

  • Mood disorder

    • Depending on the type of disorder, it is characterized by hesitation, depression or increased well-being. It either increases or decreases a person's activity . The feeling of a lack of influence on one's mood and lack of understanding of experienced mood is characteristic of this disorder.

  • Anxiety disorders

    • Experiencing significant anxiety or fear, often in situations that do not indicate a real threat, is a condition that disturbs many areas of daily functioning. It causes bodily reactions such as palpitations, sweating, dizziness, nausea and gastric problems. Worries such as a fear of loss, rejection and injury are most common.

  • Psychosomatic disorders

    • Physical diseases or ailments that arise as a result of psychological factors.
      There are diseases such as bronchial asthma, peptic ulcer disease, hypertension, or disorders such as sleep disorders, lack of appetite, migraines.

  • Problems in social relations

    • Difficulties with confidence, creating a satisfying relationship, repeating harmful patterns of functioning, not understanding the sources of conflicts in close relationships.

  • Adaptive disorders

    • Intense emotional reaction to changes in your life, hampering daily functioning and hindering adaptability. Can also cause apathy, depressed mood, decreased activity and fear.

  • Codependency

    • Strong concentration of thoughts, feelings and behaviors on your partner addicted to psychoactive substances, taking over control over it and responsibility for his actions and the consequences of substance abuse, most often at the expense of the implementation of their physical or emotional needs.

  • DDA syndrome (DDA - adult child of alcoholics)

    • It is a fixed set of traits and behaviors hindering the functioning consistent with the needs associated with raising a family system in which at least one of the caregivers was addicted to alcohol. It may be characterized by, e.g. excessive control of themselves or loved ones, fears, difficulties in trust
      in partner relations, setting boundaries, difficulties
      in achieving professional satisfaction.