A psychologist helps people deal with their life difficulties and achieve a better quality of life. By talking to a psychologist, a person discovers their unique strengths and resources as well as a range of their skills and competences in order to utilize them in the best way to face life’s challenges.
Psychological assistance is suitable for individuals who:
- suffer from mental issues (anxiety, depression, intrusive thoughts, intrusive stress responses),
- due to psychological issues have their body functions affected (eating disorders, sleep disorders, psychosomatic diseases, sexual disorders),
- have difficulties interacting with other people (family and relationship problems, loneliness, life crises),
- want to get to know and understand themselves better so that they can be more satisfied with their own func- tioning.
Depending on the expectations and needs of the person reporting the issue (from ad hoc help to a fundamental change in patterns of behaviour), psychological assistance can be limited to one or a few counselling sessions or may require a longer course of psychotherapy (from 8-12 sessions to several years).
In case students would feel the need of a psychological counselling, they can visit the university psychologist:
Monika Górska - psychologist
Mobile phone No. +48 501 470 575
- Monday 9:00-11:00
- Friday 17:00-19:00