Katarzyna Inglot provides an empathic, non-judgmental, confidential space for clients where they can share their thoughts and feelings. This space provides an opportunity for clients to explore difficult areas and painful experiences. Katarzyna works within an integrative framework based on the relational paradigm. The foundation of her integrative framework is evolving from a psychodynamic base, with Attachment Theory as a core element of therapy.
Katarzyna believes that in therapy, clients have the opportunity to find themselves and can explore other, healthier, ways of relating to other people. She strongly believes that experiencing issues can become the beginning of a process that guides clients towards a deeper understanding of themselves.
Katarzyna gained experience in workplaces such as recovery services, and has worked with both young people and adults around substance misuse, and those with codependent tendancies. Katarzyna has also supported survivors of domestic violence, especially around risk management and safety planning, within a trauma-informed approach.
Katarzyna is a student of Integrative Psychotherapy and is currently working towards a master's degree. Katarzyna gained a Diploma in Addiction Therapy (PL) and a Bachelor's Degree in Social Rehabilitation (PL). She is a member of BACP and UKCP.