Our psychotherapists team specialises in treating behavioural addictions to new technologies, in particular:
– addiction to mobile devices
– addiction to computer games
– Internet addiction
– computer addiction
– addiction to social media
For this purpose, we have created a specialised programme, based on the best practices from abroad and national standards, adapting a specialised therapeutic process to adults, but also to children and youth.
Due to COVID-19, we currently conduct psychotherapy in individual and group form on-line.
Registration for psychotherapy takes place every day from 8.00 to 13.00 on the phone number: +48 501 702 606.
Psychotherapy is conducted in Polish and English.
In addition to the effectiveness of the therapy, our clients especially value a personalised and holistic approach, thanks to which changes in life are observed in each of the spheres at the same moment – in personal, social and professional life, what constitutes an added value of each therapeutic process conducted by us.
The department is coordinated by dr hab. Bernadetta Izydorczyk (Ph. D), prof. of the Jagiellonian University Specialist in clinical psychology, psychotherapist and psychotherapy supervisor of the Scientific Psychotherapy Section and Family Therapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association Section. The director of the Institute of Applied Psychology and the director of the Department of Crisis Intervention and Psychotherapy of the Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. National Advisor in the field of Clinical Psychology. Chairwoman of the CEM State Examination Committee in terms of specialisation in the field of clinical psychology, chairwoman of the Experts Committee for recognition of Qualifications in Postgraduate Education at the Medical Centre of Postgraduate Education in Warsaw. Member of the Team of the Minister of Health for mental health of children and youth. An author of more than 140 works on clinical psychology and psychotherapy. She combines scientific and research work with clinical and psychotherapeutic practice. Her research interests concentrate around clinical psychology, diagnosis and therapy of disorders.