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Cracovian Psychodynamic Center

Cracovian Psychodynamic Center is a center for psychoterapy and training. It associates the proffesionals who identify themselves with a consistent way of thinking about psychoterapy and share similarities in their outlooks. 

The psychotherapeutic system that we apply here – the psychodynamic approach – is founded on the psychoanalytic paradigm. It has been defined in a dialog between Piotr Drozdowski, PhD, a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Head of Department for Neurosis and Personality Disorders of CMUJ since the 70'ties and doc. Bogusław Winid, Phd, also a psychiatrist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, the student of Gustaw Bychowski and our first supervisor and interpreter of psychoanalytic knowledge. 

History of the Center bagan in 1993, when cooperation between Piotr Drozdowski and Janusz Kitrasiewicz, who was at that time the head of Cracovian Therapeutic Center resulted in the first training of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.

The Center bagan to gain its current organizational structure since 1998, when Maciej Wilk, a psychologist and psychotherapist has joined the managerial staff.

The Cracovian Psychodynamic Centre is thus an institution that falls under the responsibility of those listed below: Piotr Drozdowski, PhD, Janusz Kitrasiewicz, MA, Maciej Wilk, MA. 

The members of CPC's team contribute to defining the standards of being a professional psychotherapist by realising training programs based on the criteria approved by Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association. The leading role of CPC's environment in development of psychodynamic psychotherapy, applying it in various situations and defining its form found expression in founding of the Polish Association for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
 

 

MANAGEMENT OF TRAININGS
of Cracovian Psychodynamic Centrer

• dr Piotr Drozdowski — head of psychotherapeutic training certificated by Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association, psychiatrist, supervisor of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the PPA, Head of Department for Neurosis and Personality Disorders in the Psychiatric Clinic for Adults of Collegium Medicum, Jagiellonian University, working as a psychotherapist since 1974;

• mgr Janusz Kitrasiewicz — head of the School of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy – training recommended by the Polish Psychological Association, psychologist, supervisor of Interpersonal Training Section and Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association, working as a psychotherapist since 1980;

• mgr Maciej Wilk — head of Sociotherapy and Interpersonal Training Study, psychologist, supervisor of Interpersolan Training Section and Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association, working as a psychotherapist since 1990;

 

CO-WORKERS:

mgr Anna Bodzek — psychologist, certificated psychotherapist of Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association;
mgr Karolina Brózda — psychologist, psychotherapist;
lek. med. Adam Curyło — psychiatrist,  supervisor of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association, head of Department for Eating Disorders in the Psychiatric Clinic for Adults of Collegium Medicum, Jagiellonian University;
lek. med. Joanna Dziasek — psychiatrist, certificated psychotherapist of Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association;
mgr Paweł Glita — psychologist, certificated psychotherapist of Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association;
mgr Bożena Gramatyka — psychologist, trainer 1st class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
mgr Katarzyna Gwóźdź — psychologist, trainer 1st class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
mgr Piotr Jakimowski — psychologist, trainer 2ndt class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
mgr Tomasz Krupski — sociologist, certificated psychotherapist of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association;
mgr Konstancja Lewińska - Dudek — psychologist, psychotherapist;
mgr Marcin Makulski — psychologist, trainer 1st class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
mgr Magdalena Nałęcz - Nieniewska — psychologist, supervisor of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association and Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association, working as a psychotherapist since 1969;
dr Piotr Passowicz — psychologist, PhD in the field of clinical psychology, certified group analyst of the „Rasztów” Group Analysis Institute in Warsow;
dr Maciej Pilecki - psychiatrist, certificated psychotherapist of  Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association;
mgr Katarzyna Starowicz — psychologist, trainer 1st class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
mgr Małgorzata Starostka - Rudy — pedagogue, trainer 2ndt class of Interpersonal Training Section of the Polish Psychological Association, psychotherapist;
lek. med. Mariusz Ślosarczyk — psychiatrist, certificated psychotherapist of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association;
mgr Edyta Trzos-Słomka — psychologist, certificated psychotherapist of Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association, certified group analyst of the „Rasztów” Group Analysis Institute in Warsow;
•  lek. med.  Katarzyna Wrzesień — specialist psychiatrist, certificated psychotherapist of the Polish Psychiatric Association, certified group analyst of the „Rasztów” Group Analysis Institute in Warsow;
mgr Katarzyna Żabińska - Sikorska — psychologist, certificated psychotherapist of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association and Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association;
mgr Teresa Żuchowicz —  psychologist, supervisor of Scientific Section of Psychotherapy of the Polish Psychiatric Association and Psychotherapy Section of the Polish Psychological Association.

The Center additionally prepares and publishes training copybooks (scripts) including materials that come in handy in psychotherapeutic education; it also arranges trainings in clinic wards (for a limited number of tainees). Supervisors of CPC lead group supervisions for interested parties.


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