We work in the SFBT (Solution Focused Brief Therapy) .

Caring for the good of our clients, in our work we follow the highest ethical standards included in the code of ethics of the Polish Society for Solution Focused Psychotherapy.

Olga Mac

I graduated from the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw in 2006. Since then, I have been participating regularly - both as a speaker and a participant in various types of courses, training and psychological and psychotherapeutic conferences.

 

I completed the training in Solution Focused Therapy, which was organized by the Center for Short-Term Therapy in Łódź. I belong to the Solution Focus Brief Therapy Association, the European Brief Therapy Association and the Polish Society for Solution Focused Psychotherapy. I subject my work to regular supervision.

In my therapeutic work, I focus on what changes my clients want in their lives and on how to implement these changes in their lives. I help people who experience severe stress, anxiety or anxiety, have difficulties in relationships with loved ones, suffer from mood disorders and depression. I also support families, parents and their children in situations of upbringing difficulties. I also work with young people in crisis, eating disorders, suicidal thoughts and difficulties in building relationships with peers.

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Olga Mac

Olga Mac

Marta Borysiak

I am a master of psychology, I graduated in Applied Psychology at the University of Lodz, as well as the Specialist Study of Counteracting Domestic Violence at the Institute of Health Psychology in Warsaw, receiving a Certificate of Specialist in working with people experiencing violence. I am a certified Solution Focused Therapy therapist as well as a PRIDE Program trainer and a Kid's Skill's practitioner ("I'll give advice" and "I'm proud of you").

Currently, I am continuing training in a 4-year psychotherapy school, adapted to the requirements of the Polish Psychotherapy Council, as well as to the requirements of the European Certificate of Psychotherapy awarded by the European Association for Psychotherapy and the Polish Federation of Psychotherapy.

I regularly raise my own qualifications by taking part in psychological trainings, courses and conferences.

I am a member of the Association for Psychotherapy Concentrated on Solutions and the Association for the Promotion of Health and Psychotherapy.

I help people who experience low mood, severe stress, anxiety and anxiety. I support clients who have difficulties in relationships, struggle with educational difficulties. I work with adults, teenagers and children. Mood disorders are the area of my special interest, as well as the subject of bonds and relationships.

Marta Borysiak

Marta Borysiak

Diana Müller-Siekierska

I graduated in applied psychology at the University of Lodz, doctoral studies in clinical psychology at the Catholic University of Lublin JPII, Study of Psychological Aid and Crisis Intervention at the Institute of Health Psychology in Warsaw and training in cognitive-behavioral therapy organized by the Lower Silesian Center for Psychotherapy in Wrocław.

I am in the course of a 4-year psychotherapeutic training, in the Professional Psychotherapy College at the Center for Short-Term Therapy in Łódź, which is adapted to the requirements of the Polish Psychotherapy Council, as well as to the requirements of the European Certificate of Psychotherapy awarded by the European Association for Psychotherapy and the Polish Federation of Psychotherapy. I am a member of the Polish Society for Solution Focused Psychotherapy.

I gained my professional experience, among others, at the Academic Support Center of the University of Lodz (previously the Office for Disabled People and Addiction Prevention), where since 2007 I have been providing psychological help and support for students of the University of Lodz. I am also an academic teacher, researcher and author of several scientific publications and guides. I systematically raise my psychotherapeutic qualifications by participating in scientific conferences and training. I subject my work to systematic supervision by certified psychotherapists.


I run individual psychotherapy for adults, adolescents and couples, as well as consultations and psychological counseling. I help people who experience problems in relationships, relationships, marriage, family,
have difficulties resulting from disability or chronic disease, experience various types of crises, anxiety, stress, depression or difficulties in achieving their goals.

Privately, I am a wife and mother of two children.

Diana Muller-Siekierska

Diana Muller-Siekierska

Olga Dworczyńska

I am a fourth-year student of psychology at the University of Lodz and a member of the research team of the University. by the Treasury Foundation and the Pandora Foundation.

He is particularly interested in clinical psychology, sexology, LGBTQ + rights, neurodiversity and eating disorders.

I work with children and adolescents on a daily basis, I have experience in working with autistic people. I am a co-author and I run psychoeducational workshops for adolescents on eating disorders, neuro-atypicality and the relationship between ADHD and borderline.

Olga Dworczyńska

Olga Dworczyńska