The therapeutic relationship is based on empathy towards the patient's pain, i.e. on a true effort to understand their point of view and to help them replace each and every non-adaptive and destructive behaviour with a healthy and constructive one. To see patients grow internally and explore their potential.
We understand that therapy requires courage and determination in order to face difficult and often painful emotions that we learnt to avoid.
We most often suffer because we do not want to see the truth. Acknowledging the reality without embellishing it is the biggest freedom. Truth liberates us from pain.
'Psychotherapy is healing through love' (N. McWilliams). Love is not seen here as a romantic feeling, but as an attitude where we care about the well-being of others (caritas). We form an alliance to be able to work together to help the patient get back or learn the ability to love and to commit.
Freedom is one of the main challenges of each and every one of us and we want our patients to want to fight for their dreams. We want to walk them through that process and give them the necessary courage. Making patients conscient of their responsibilities, not only towards the others but also above all towards themselves, and to making them fight for themselves are the most important goals of every therapist.
Guided by the well-being of our patients, we strictly abide by all the ethical norms of the Professional Code of Ethics of the Polish Psychological Association (www.pfp.org.pl) and of the Therapist Code of Ethics of the Polish Psychiatric Society (www.psychiatria.org.pl).