My name is Andreea Perlanovschi. I am a psychologist and a certified psychotherapist (IG, EAGT). I graduated psychology from Jagiellonian University in Cracow. I enriched my knowledge in psychology through a one-year scholarship at Universyté de Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens, France.
I finished an accredited by the EAP (European Association for Psychotherapy) and EAGT (European Association for Gestalt Psychotherapy) complete four-year training programme in psychotherapy at Gestalt Institute (IG) in Cracow.
I provide individual short-term and long-term psychotherapy, couple's therapy and group psychotherapy.
I work under regular supervision of a certified psychotherapy supervisor and according to the Code of Ethics and Professional Practice of EAGT.
I have gained professional experience in the Clinical Psychiatric Ward of the 5th Military Clinical Hospital in Cracow, the Therapeutic Daycare Center for Adolescents of the Central Clinical Hospital of the Medical University of Lodz, the Department of Adolescent Psychiatry of the Central Clinical Hospital of the Medical University of Lodz, the Department of Affective Disorders of the Central Clinical Hospital of the Medical University of Lodz and the POMOST Mental Health Clinic.
My work is mainly based on building the therapeutic relationship in an atmosphere of confidence, privacy and safety, in the “here and now”. The relationship and the therapeutic dialog enable an increase in awareness, understanding and changing ways of being. In my work I also find inspiration in the psychoanalytic and psychodynamic thinking.
My profession is also my passion. I am fascinated by the client's reality, the creative possibilities of self-fulfilment, understanding and self-awareness. Furthermore, I am interested in the way one relates to the surrounding reality and finds balance in the body by experiencing and expressing emotions, thoughts, perceptions, desires. Psychotherapy is a challenge that each person may take up in order to get to know himself and his own potential. It is a path to self-acceptance and a way to build conscious and satisfying relationships with others.