Psychologist, trainer and coach. Social Skills Trainer recommended and certified by the Polish Psychological Association. Trainer and therapist of RationalBehavioural Therapy and a certified trainer of the Simonton Programme – Simonton Cancer Centre.
He’s an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accredited by the International Coach Federation. He graduated from an ICF School of Coaching, “The Art and Science of Coaching” a part of the Erickson College International, where he was awarded the Erickson Certified Professional Coach certificate (ECPC). He’s also qualified to lead group coaching sessions through the „Coaching Team Thinking & Team Innovation” certificate.
He’s an experienced trainer, a graduate of Advanced Training Skills School and Project Management School led by the Jagiellonian University’s “Wszechnica”. He also completed a Group Training Programme led by the Institute of Training and Psychological Education and an ARS DOCENDI course aimed at perfecting the didactic skills of academic teachers at the Jagiellonian University.
He specializes in personal development and professional development as well as in how to connect the two on a day-to-day basis. He’s experienced in executive, personal and professional coaching within organisations. He’s authored articles as well as training programmes in the areas of stress management, creativity, teamwork, assertiveness, group process analysis, effective communication and self-presentation, motivation to change, change management, managing oneself in time, managing different age groups, burn-out prevention, coping with crises and life-threatening situations, identification and modification of unhealthy beliefs and setting and achieving goals.
He’s a graduate of Addiction Psychotherapy school. He’s currently studying towards the Certification of Cognitive-Behavioural Psychotherapist issued by the Polish Cognitive-Behavioural Association (PTTPB).
In the area of clinical therapy he mostly works with addicts, cancer patients as well as with mood, fear and adaptation disorders.