Katarzyna Wawer Dziedziak
I predominantly work with the Polish clients.
Chartered Member of The British Psychological Society, Member of the Division of Counselling Psychology. Member of the Polish Psychologists Association in London.
Advanced Certificate in Counselling, CBT pathway, Bournville College, Birmingham, graduated 2010
Master of Arts, Psychology, specialization – clinical, Lublin University, Poland, graduated 1995
Diploma, School of Social Pathology Prevention, Warsaw, Poland (curriculum approved by the Ministry of Health and Social Care, financed by Drug Addiction Prevention Office and realised by Occupational Consulting Agency AD, Warsaw, Poland, graduated 1994)
1992 – 1994 Clinical placements in various institutions including Detention Centre (Poland/Lublin) and Mental Health Hospital (Poland/Lukow).
For over 6 years I provided counselling psychology services to Occupational Consulting Agency AD, Team for Social Pathology Prevention (Poland) working with youth and adults and, as a trainer and supervisor, with people working in the scope of psychological assistance.
2007 Set up Counselling Psychology Practice, (UK/Birmingham) - short term counselling, in-depth work with a wide range of clinical presentations in group and individual therapies.
2009 to 2011 Cooperation with Aquarius (UK/Birmingham) – alcohol addictions with members of the Polish community. 2011 Turning Point (UK) specialising in drug addiction.
2011 Forensic Psychology Practice Ltd, Associate Psychologist, FPP provides psychology services to social, health, and criminal justice agencies tasked with the assessment, management or treatment of individuals who present a risk to themselves or others. http://www.forensicpsychology.co.uk/
Psychological aspects of immigration and its impact on mental health.
Cognitive – Behavioural
Areas of counselling
Generalised Anxiety, Panic Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Separation and Divorce
Work Related Issues
tel. 0790 2251308