Psychotherapy, psychological counseling in Warsaw, Włochy district.
If you suffer, you cannot think calmly and clearly, anxiety and sadness overwhelms you and you frequently feel uneasy – this is a place for you. We can have a closer look at your troubles in the atmosphere of safety, and empathy. Feel invited to have a closer look at my offer of help.
Find your true needs. Build better relations with people surrounding you, face your feeling of depression, anxiety and uneasiness and overcome them. Start believing in your capabilities. Regain your self-confidence and restore your faith in others. Overcome your old, unfavorable patterns, a feeling of getting stuck or coming to a standstill.
Psychotherapy is a method of treatment, which is helpful when somebody is suffering from various emotional difficulties, especially when these are associated with relations with other people.
Psychotherapy is helpful in the following:
- building up mechanisms thanks to which you will be able to cope better with your life;
- satisfying emotional hunger, filling up the internal “hole” caused by emotional deprivation;
- overcoming your own limitations, patterns of thinking and acting;
- understanding fears and sad feelings, which have been dominant in the life of the person struggling with them
- improving the way you function in relations with other people discovering your true feelings and naming them – to learn what really troubles you, and what you really need. This not only helps you to know yourself better, but also to build more satisfying relationships, stop feeling misunderstood, and be able to identify your needs and talk about them openly;
- building relationships based on equality, so that none of the parties feels used, dominated or treated in an unjust manner;
- gaining fuller understanding of the surrounding world, acquiring empathy for other people and for oneself, developing social skills;
- regaining the feeling of control over your own life;
- healing feelings and deficiencies connected with early emotional deprivation, which manifest in adult life in the form of nervousness, sleeplessness, stress, fears, anxiety, depression, the feeling of hopelessness, and the similar;
- facing the reality: reality is not always pleasant – then we can reach out for various substances, actions or behavior thanks to which one is trying to relieve his or her pain, but this has it’s price: the excess of time spent on playing computer games, watching TV, shopping, etc. may stop bringing peace and start becoming an addiction;
- face problems connected with your sexual life and sexuality;
- regain an objective perspective of reality, if you are not sure whether something is true or it just seems so, if you have doubt whether you have the right to feel the way you feel, or what you see and feel is just your imagined vision of the world or is true, then a therapist provides an extra eye and professional knowledge in order to help the patient regain a more realistic vision of the surrounding world;
- feel relieved and unburdened from various disturbing emotional states, for example from excessive guilt, following you almost every day;
- deal with the feeling of being a problem or a burden for others;
- rebuild your self-esteem or build it up for the first time in your life;
- psychosomatic disorders;
- coping with a feeling that your life has become monotonous and with an inability of introducing changes to it, as well as getting support in introducing real changes into one’s life in the time adjusted to her or his needs.
The problems listed on this page are just examples that can help you get an idea of when psychotherapy can be helpful. The list of issues that can be worked on in psychotherapy is virtually endless. What is important is that the person seeking help is ready to think with me about his or her entire life, not just a certain fracture of it, because then a problem can be understood in the whole context, and the therapy is much more effective.
I am a psychologist and a psychotherapist. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Having completed a 4-year long postgraduate training in the psychodynamic approach I received my diploma of a psychodynamic psychotherapist. Currently I am am broadening my knowledge and skills in psychoanalytic approach. (read more)