I am offering psychological help for children and adults: clinical consultations, psychotherapy and adult Jungian analysis. I work both in Polish and English. I am experienced in various areas of psychological problems and disorders. Currently in private practice, in the past I worked for the number of psychotherapy centers and mental health clinics, both private and within MHS. This included few years of work in the psychotherapy clinic in San Francisco, California, in the United States. The experience of working abroad, in multicultural environment of San Francisco Bay Area, has grounded me in the field of psychological help for foreigners and for the people of different cultures. It made me psychologically sensitive for challenges embedded in using the second language in everyday life and in having to live outside one’s own culture of origin.

 My work is grounded in analytical understanding of psyche as originated in Carl Gustav Jung’s analytical psychology. I am opened to meet different directions that each particular process of psychotherapy takes. I’m integrating elements of different approaches to psychotherapy, including other schools of thought in modern psychoanalysis, according to the particular situation and unique needs of each individual. The attitude of openness is to me an essential principle in Jungian and post-Jungian psychology. My work with children is particularly based on integration of analytical thinking with other schools of child psychotherapy. Mine is a non-directive approach of following the child’s psyche in the processes of healing and psychological integration. The basic tool for such work is play, which for a child is a natural language for self-expression and for understanding of the world.

 My clinical experience includes as follows:



  • Emotional problems (such as anxiety, aggression)
  • Problems with adaptation
  • Disorders as effects of problems in the family
  • Attention Deficits and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorders (so-called autistic spectrum)



  • Emotional and life crises
  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Traumatic experiences, including early trauma
  • Eating disorders
  • Psychotic disorders (if in remission and under psychiatric supervision)
  • Personality disorders