Anna Jarmińska-Srebrna is a graduate of the Department of Psychology (specialization in Psychotherapy) and the Institute of Applied Social Sciences (specialization in mediation, negotiations, conflict resolution, social and therapeutic assistance at the University of Warsaw. She is a participant in a four year training program in cognitive behavioral therapy, organized in co-operation with The Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. She has gained experience in psychotherapy during internships in the strategic and transpersonal approaches, and in the cognitive behavioral approach at the Department of Neurosis at the MSWiA hospital in Otwock. She also possesses professional experience with people with ACoA (Adult Children of Alcoholics) syndrome, AIDS patients, people serving custodial or non-custodial sentences and with families whose children could be taken by Child and Family Services. She works in a Social Service Centre, where she provides assistance to the terminally ill and dying.
She also deals with problems such as depression, anxiety disorders, insomnia and PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder).
She provides consultation in English.
"I recommend Anna Jarmińska-Srebrna. She is a very positive person, empathetic, young and is able to put herself into another person’s shoes."