Graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, MA in Rehabilitation Pedagogy, Certified specialist of addiction psychotherapy nr.1496. She conducts individual group, couples and family therapy. In her work she uses a variety of psychotherapeutic trends and also various therapeutic methods in order to widen understanding of a client and client’s individual requirements. She has experience of therapeutic work with addicts, with people living in close association with the addicted partner ( co-addicts) with ACoA, with people from dysfunctional families and with a family in crisis. She conducts personal development workshops and workshops in the series - " Between us Women '' on various problem areas of women, supporting and teaching them not to be afraid to be themselves. Her job is subjected supervision. She regularly upgrades her skills by participating in training courses, workshops and conferences in Poland and in Ireland. Accredited Membership of Addiction Counsellors of Ireland (ACI)and Member of the Polish Society of Addiction Psychotherapy( PTPU). She is the Founder and Coordinator of the CKU. Friend of Alcoholics Anonymous AA.
MA psychologist, a graduate of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS) in Wroclaw, Poland. In Cku from 2011, currently working both as a Clinical manager and therapist. Member of the Polish Society of Addiction Psychotherapy (PTPU). She conducts individual, group and couples therapy and personal development workshops. Patrycja has a broad range of experience ranging from working with people suffering from addictions, their partners and families, Adult Children of Alkoholics and people from dysfunctional families. Complimenting Partycja's experience is a history of continued professional development. So far participated in workshops and trainings, ranging from: addictions, coaddiction, psychotherapy with Adult Children of Alcoholics ( ACoA), domestic violence. She is interested in motivational interviewing, attachment parenting and sport psychology. Her job is regularly subjected to individual and group supervision by Polish Psychological Association supervisors. She is passionate about photography and physical activity, she likes meeting new people. Lives in Dublin for over 7yers. Privately a wife and a mother. Loves her dog.
MA psychologist, addiction psychotherapy specialist in the certification process. She completed post- graduate study school in the field of teaching qualifications. She gained experience working with youth in a pedagogical - psychological clinic. She has experience in working with addicts, co-addicts, and dysfunctional families. She completed internship training at the Centre for Addiction Therapy at the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw. She regularly upgrades her skills by participating in training courses and workshops in Poland and in Ireland . She runs an individual and group therapy, personal development and prevention workshops. Her job is subjected to a regular supervision of the supervisor of the Polish Psychological Association. Member of the Polish Society of Addiction Psychotherapy( PTPU).
Graduate of Pomeranian Pedagogical Academy (Polish: Pomorska Akademia Pedagogiczna), MA in Rehabilitation Pedagogy. In addition, he completed a qualifying course in the field of oligophrenopedagogy. He gained experience while working in the Training and Educational Centre in Wrocław and in the Special Training and Educational Centre in Jaszkotle. He has been working in the CKU since January 2013 as an addiction therapist. He runs an individual and group therapy, personal development and prevention workshops. As part of upgrading professional qualifications he completed an internship at the Centre for Addiction Therapy and co-dependency in Działdowo in Poland. He regularly participates in workshops, trainings, group and individual supervision. Member of the Polish Society of Addiction Psychotherapy( PTPU).
Provides psycho-education workshops at The CKU. He presents a philosophy of the AA community to the participants of the therapy. What is more, he also explains the 12 steps program and his role in the process of sobriety, supports and shares his experience. He participates in workshops and trainings.
Master of psychology and pedagogics, psychotherapist. Graduate of Higher Psychology Degree in Warsaw, Pedagogics Educational-Care of Szczecin University, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at the Psychodynamic Centre of Krakow. As part of postgraduate diploma education, she completed Social-therapy course (therapy devoted to children and people with handicap disorders). During the study of Psychotherapy she specialised in ADHD and Addiction therapy. She works with children, youth and adults. She provides individual, group, couple and family therapy. Her professional work is supervised. As a constant she develops and upgrades her qualifications on regular bases attending trainings, workshops and conferences in Poland and in Ireland. She is a part of a Polish Association of Psychotherapists of Addictions (PTPU). Another of her accomplishments, she is an author of psychologic syllabus titled "Looking under the optimistic angle" played on the Polish radio PLK FM in Ireland. She has been working in field for several years.
Natalia Łucja Duda
Psychology graduate of Trinity College Dublin, currently undertaking a Master of Science in Applied Psychology at Trinity College Dublin accredited by the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). She has experience working with addicted and co-dependent individuals, individuals with eating disorders and children with developmental disorders such as autism. As part of upgrading her skills and qualifications, she has undertaken courses in Art Therapy and Counselling Skills and trained as a peer supporter at Trinity College Dublin. She has previously worked as a Research Assistant for various studies conducted at the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience and has a strong background in research. She has presented a group research project examining the mental health of families in Ireland at the 16th Healthcare Interdisciplinary Research Conference and has conducted research examining the intrinsic reward of positive and negative self-disclosure. She has been working in the CKU since September 2016, where she conducts group therapy for addicted and co-dependent individuals and participates in workshops, training and supervision.
Secretary, administrator. Founder of the CKU. Deputy Coordinator.
Customer service and database. Administration Assistant.