Centrum psychologii i psychoterapii Inteligentny Trening 2.0

Małgorzata Juźwińska

Gestalt psychotherapist in training, certified sound therapist I offer individual psychotherapy for adults in the Gestalt modality, as well as one-to-one sound therapy sessions.

The areas I work with include:

  • stress management,
  • burnout,
  • affective (mood) disorders,
  • anxiety,
  • low self-esteem,
  • depression,
  • difficulty in maintaining relationships,
  • fear of intimacy,
  • difficulty in identifying and expressing emotions,
  • psychosomatic conditions,
  • unresolved conflicts from the past,
  • emotional crisis,
  • grief and loss,
  • personal development,
  • sound therapy – relaxation, lowering stress and anxiety, reducing tension.


I’m a Gestalt therapist in training at Szkoła Psychoterapii Gestalt (Gestalt Psychotherapy School) in Warsaw, accredited by the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT). Throughout the years I have also trained in various complementary therapies and completed a year-long certified course in Sound Therapy. 

Gestalt therapy (50 min)

In my view, psychotherapy can help us get to know ourselves better, which leads to being more purposeful and authentic in how we live our lives and relate with others. Therapy can also provide tremendous support in dealing with crises, challenges, or in the face of mental health struggles.

Gestalt therapy is a humanistic and experiential form of psychotherapy that integrates the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of our being. It focuses on increasing our self-awareness and helping us achieve the optimal state of well-being in the here and now. 

As a Gestalt therapist, I offer the following:

  • an authentic, open and non-judgemental approach,
  • building a therapeutic relationship based on mutual trust and respect (I’m not an expert who knows best – my role is to assist the client in identifying their own strengths and making decisions that are in line with their true needs and desires)
  • helping the client raise their awareness around the challenges they are facing, 
  • encouraging the client to reconnect with their authentic self (“change happens when a person becomes what they are, not when they try to become what they are not”)
  • searching for creative ways to facilitate the therapeutic process, often through bodywork or experiments,
  • bringing the client back to the here and now, as well as helping them identify and release unresolved issues from the past that are affecting their present,
  • supporting the client in reconnecting with their body and emotions,
  • assisting in identifying the client’s own strengths and resources, which they can fall back on at difficult times,
  • looking at the client holistically and in the context of their environment.

The first 1-3 sessions are dedicated to defining the goals for the therapeutic process, and are meant to give the client and myself the time to decide whether we are a good fit.

I monitor my work through regular clinical supervision, and adhere to the EAGT Code of Ethics and Professional Practice.

Sound therapy (50 min)

I’m a sound therapist, trained and certified by the Sound Healing Academy in the UK. I offer one-to-one sound healing sessions, in which I use instruments such as crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, tuning forks and percussion instruments (rain stick, shakers, drum, etc.)

Sound therapy is a complementary treatment method that uses vibrations and frequencies of specialist instruments in therapeutic ways, in line with the individual needs of a given client. This form of therapy helps to relieve stress, reduce tension, and bring us back to the state of harmony and wellbeing.

Each session starts with an assessment, followed by a personalized sound bath, and concludes with a moment of silence for grounding and integration. The sound bath is usually done with the client lying down.

Contraindications include pregnancy, epilepsy, metal implants, tumours, thrombosis, cardiac pacemaker or cardiac arrhythmias.