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 play room 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 co-dependent 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.
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