Agata Kudlik is a graduate of the Department of Psychology at the University of Warsaw. She is dealing with the correlation of anxiety and stress and the cognitive process in her academic work. She collaborates in implementation of research projects with various universities including the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany. She also leads teaching seminars and workshops at the University of Warsaw
She has obtained professional experience at the day clinic for neurological disorders at the Psychotherapy Centre at the Nowowiejski Hospital in Warsaw, the day clinic for neurological disorders at the Specialist Hospital MSWiA in Otwock, the Centre of Psychotherapy and Psychoeducation “Drabina.” She currently works at the psychiatric day clinic at the Nowowiejski Hospital, where she conducts psychotherapy for individuals, consultation and psychoeducational lectures and workshops. In addition, she also offers psychological assistance and leads workshops for children, youth and parents in an educational care centre.Since December, 2010, she has been a participant in a four year training progam in psychotherapy organized by the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Centre in cooperation with the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre in Great Britain. She is also a member of the Polish Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Association.
She offers consultation in English.