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Marta Jaworska

 Marta's interest in human nature began at an early age,

always curious about why we are, who we are and what shapes us.

Marta's natural intrigue has developed into a passion

and professional dedication to psychology. 

Psychology is a dynamic and complex discipline,

which requires commitment to continuous training and professional development.

Marta holds a Masters of Psychology, as well as numerous certificates in areas of specialization.

Marta holds a Master's Degree in Psychology, graduating from the University of Opole in 2015.

She also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Gerontology and Postgraduate Diploma in Sociotherapy from the same university.

Marta obtained a Diploma in Traumatology & PTSD and also trained as a Group Facilitator.

She completed Level I and II in Clinical Training - Gottman Method Couples Therapy.

Marta is a member of Psychological Society of Ireland and works under continuous supervision as a part of her ethical commintment to her work.


Marta acquired experience in numerous fields whilst studying at University and they all coalesced around a central theme of helping people.

In 2014 Marta worked as an Assistant Psychologist in an Acute Psychiatric Ward, where she worked in diagnostics and supported people with a variety of mental illnesses. In the same year, Marta interned in The Association Supporting the Psychosocial Integration of the Mentally ill Lisbon (Portugal).

In 2014-2015 Marta created a sociotherapeutic playroom for children, where she conducted classes based on therapeutic activities such as art and play. At the same time she worked as an Assistant Psychologist in a Diagnostic and Therapeutic Centre, where she supported people with a variety of mental health diagnoses.

Marta moved to Ireland 2016 and began working as a Counselling Psychologist at the CKU - Centre for Counselling and Therapy, providing specialised support to people suffering from addiction and to their families.

She also co-facilitated group therapy for codependent women.

In 2017 Marta started working in MyMind - Centre of Mental Wellbeing, where she provided counselling to individuals, adolescents and couples in two languages: English and Polish.

She also has led Peer Support for professionals within the organisation.

In 2018 Marta began working as a Counselling Psychologist in Pieta House - Centre Preventing Suicide and Self-harm, where she works with children, adolescents and adults in crisis and who have experienced deep trauma in the past.

Having all these years of experience working in numerous places, under the supervision of many very well qualified professionals, Marta has decided to open her own private practice.

She works therapeutically with young people, and this process also includes providing support to parents and the whole family.

Marta provides counselling for individuals and couples.

She works in two languages: English and Polish, delivering therapy face-to-face, telephone and online via Skype.

Graduation Caps


Diploma in Trauma Informed Psychotherapy, Yhe Greenane Centre


Diploma in Traumatology and PTSD, City Colleges

2017 - 2019

Level I and II Clinical Training, Couples Therapy, The Gottman Institute

2013 - 2015

Postgraduate Diploma in Sociotherapy, University of Opole

2010 - 2015

Master's Degree in Psychology with major in Clinical Psychology, University of Opole

2009 - 2012

Bachelor's Degree in Gerontology, University of Opole

© 2019 by Marta Jaworska, Psychologist

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