Online therapy in Warsaw is becoming more common as the world becomes more connected.
Online therapists help those who may feel anxious about meeting face to face in a therapist’s room, those who can’t afford offline therapy or those that simply prefer the convenience and anonymity of online counselling and psychotherapy.
The world of online counselling is vast, but many people are still unconvinced about the validity of online therapy, with some feeling that it is not real therapy.
However, there are plenty of therapists who can provide solid support and guidance through your issues via Skype or other messaging apps.
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
Chat or Video Consult online with therapist
Mental health is a major public health issue in many countries. In Warsaw, the statistics show that the number of people who have a mental disorder called “substance addiction disorder” was nearly 4% or 79 763 out of 1 398 329 citizens. There was also an increase in the number of people reporting depression from 5% to 6%. There are around 60 000 citizens who have a severe mental illness in Warsaw out of a population of over 1 million.
There is a significant lack of mental health services for children and adolescents throughout Poland. In the 2011–2012 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study, only 49% of boys and 44% of girls aged 13 to 17 years indicated that they would feel comfortable seeking help from a psychologist. This means that there are around 700 000 adolescents who may need psychological help, but don’t seek it because they fear judgement or rejection from their peers.
The number of doctors specialising in psychiatry is also low, which leads to long waiting lists and prevents many people from getting treatment early on when it could prove more and lower relapse rates. The World Health Organization has advocated for an increase in the number of psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals throughout Poland.
Polish people have a negative view of psychiatry with many believing that mental illnesses are just “imaginary” or being caused by personal problems.
Ph.D., a psychotherapist at the Institute for Social Medicine and Epidemiology in Warsaw. The president of the Polish Society for Psychotherapy and Existential Psychology; he is a member of numerous psychological associations in Europe and America (American Counseling Association, European Society for Trauma and Dissociation), co-editor in chief of the “Przegldu Psychoterapii” quarterly. He has more than one hundred publications to his name, including over forty books on individual psychology, family therapy, stress management or psychotherapy training.
Graduate of the Academy of Education (master’s degree). Member of the Polish Association for Integrative Psychoanalysis, in which she has been working since 2003. She was also involved in the work of the Polish Society for Knowledge-Based Therapy, where she was a member of various committees. She is currently an associate editor at “Przegląd Psychoterapii”, to which she contributes papers on family therapy.
Chairman of the Board, Ministerial Adviser for Honorary Consulship; honorary consul of Finland, Sweden, and Germany; honorary consul general in Szczecin; commander with Star of Italian Solidarity; head of PR Department at LOT Polish Airlines; former president, CEO, and chairman of the supervisory board of FPH Ubezpieczenia; chairman and member of boards for various companies and institutions (including Polish Radio, Polish Airlines, Yacht Club Polonez, European Business Council).
Graduate of Jagiellonian University (MA in historical sciences), postgraduate studies at Warsaw School of Economics (Doctoral degree in management – thesis on “Evaluation as a way to understand processes within an organization using examples from family businesses”) and International Postgraduate Business School (Executive MBA – specialization “Business Leadership”). She also studied at MIT Sloan School of Management. Former vice president and chief financial officer the Kora Bank S.A.
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin (Master’s degree in law). Co-founder of the Center for Crisis Intervention “Meridian”, which implements interdisciplinary therapy for children, adolescents, families, and individuals who have experienced various crises, including disasters. Author of over thirty publications on psychology and psychiatry. She is also a member of the Board at YMCA Poland and a teacher at the Polish Association for Integrative Psychoanalysis.
Most common therapy approach in Warsaw is where the therapist challenges your negative thoughts about you and the world. He tries to alter unwanted behaviors or treat disorders such as depression.
Second most common therapy approach in Warsaw is which the therapists teach behavioral skills (mindfulness & emotion regulation) to help clients enhance motivation. DBT is often used for mental health issues including eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorder, self-harming notions.
3rd most common therapy treatment in Warsaw focuses on self-actualization in the face of people’s challenges. Existential therapy aids clients in confronting hard and distressing truths about life and death.
ACT Therapy in Warsaw, Art Therapy in Warsaw, Behavioral Therapy in Warsaw, Contemplative Therapy in Warsaw, Play Therapy in Warsaw, EMDR Therapy in Warsaw, Emotionally Focused Therapy in Warsaw, Existential Therapy in Warsaw, Experiential Therapy in Warsaw, Gestalt Therapy in Warsaw, Hypnotherapy Therapy in Warsaw, Music Therapy Therapy in Warsaw, Narrative Therapy in Warsaw, Psychodynamic Therapy in Warsaw, Psychoanalytic Therapy in Warsaw, and Somatic Therapy in Warsaw.
Psychologists or therapists in Warsaw help people understand and handle different life problems and mental health issues.
They diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.
You should expect to pay between $100 and $250 for a face-to-face therapy session with a Warsaw area therapist. Online therapy in Warsaw is relatively affordable and therapists charge between $30 to $ 150. You can book both online and face-to-face sessions with a therapist in Warsaw via MantraCare.
In case you are looking for free therapists or free therapy, you can choose to call the Warsaw free helpline number. There are a few online therapy options that can be free or low-cost. At MantraCare, therapy can cost you as low as $10.
Anyone interested in working as a therapist or counselor in the Warsaw area must earn at least an accredited master’s degree in counseling or social work. Warsaw also has some continuing education requirements, and every counselor or therapist is required to know all the rules and laws that pertain to their profession.
Listing on MantraCare is Free for therapists from Warsaw or any part of the world. Therapists or Psychologists just need to submit their details with certificate via the Add listing button.