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Ewa Kaczorkiewicz

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I work as a person-centered  psychotherapist in private practice in Warsaw, Poland. I offer individual psychotherapy for adults and couples therapy, both in Polish and English, also online.

 In 1999, I graduated from the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw. Since then I have worked with individual clients, groups and organisations. I started as a counsellor, being employed at different HR positions: an assistant, a specialist, a manager, a co-owner of a consulting company. I have prepared and realised large projects for corporations - advising on increasing effectiveness, designing training processes, conducting research on employees’ opinions, working over the development of managers.


About ten years later, I changed my path. I have chosen to provide psychological assistance and psychotherapy. I have completed a psychotherapy school (INTRA School of Humanistic Integrative Experiential Psychotherapy) and numerous trainings, attended conferences, and attended my own psychotherapy. I worked in institutions helping people suffering from violence, addiction or in crisis. At the moment I own my private practice in Warsaw, cooperating with other psychotherapists. I consider person-centered and experiential approach to be my home base. I was trained initially in humanistic and existential psychotherapy, adding focusing and EFT to it over years.

Personally, I enjoy travelling and visiting modern art exhibitions as well as playing bridge, cooking vegan food, and watching birds, while sitting on the edge of the pond in my cottage house. I am married, with two teenage children. For more details please visit my website or the website of my private practice

As a member of the Board, I hope to work on expanding WAPCEPC’s influence on people like me in the past – the counsellors and psychotherapist in those less developed countries, not sure whether it is ok to enter “the big psychotherapeutical world” and therefore sometimes limited to their national therapeutic communities. I would like to invite them more actively to become WAPCEPC members and to participate in our activities and international exchange of ideas, knowledge, and experience. I do believe that making stronger links between us on a worldwide level could be a part of positive change - starting from the members of the therapeutic community and expanding to the rest of our societies.

On board/ 2020-2022

Current Board