She is a certified cognitive-behavioral therapist at the Polish Society for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy. She is also certified by the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. The first specialist in the comprehensive diagnostics, treatment and management of stress in Poland and Europe certified by The American Institute of Stress.
In her therapeutic work, she works primarily with people with mood disorders, low self-esteem, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, personality disorders, trauma and PTSD, addictions, as well as eating disorders. An important aspect of her therapeutic work is psycho-oncological support, as well as the diagnosis and treatment of psychosomatic diseases. She is a European specialist in working with people exposed to chronic stress and experiencing burnout.
For almost 20 years, she has been researching the psychological factors of personal and professional development, quality of life and risk management. Author of several dozen scientific publications, book chapters and international conference reports. She has completed numerous training and consulting programs for several dozen companies and institutions. She specializes in advisory work for Management in the field of change management, stress management (AntiStresoSferaTM; Professional School of Breathforce) and raising the index of happiness and efficiency in enterprises, as well as workshops for managerial staff with the aim of changing limiting mental habits. She has recently funded Harmonia OK! – Stress Reduction Institute, the first center devoted to the comprehensive diagnosis, reduction and recovery from stress, in which specialists help patients regain balance in life and improve their quality of life.
Anna masters a broad expertise in psychology. Her exceptional communication skills and individual approach to each patient, result in building each time a tailored and well targeted therapy. She devotes a lot of time to listening and understanding individual needs and shapes her sessions to deliver best solution and to change patient’s approach to the surrounding world.