mgr Łukasz Darłak

mgr Łukasz Darłak

psychologist, psychotherapist
  • Polish
  • English

Approach: Integrated.

Specialization: Psychologist and psychotherapist.

Experience: Master’s degree in psychology from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 2017, and five years later he completed an integrated psychotherapeutic training at the University of East London, a training accredited by BACP (British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy). He worked at the Hope Place psychological center (England) and The Awareness Center (London) during his studies in psychotherapy, helping patients recovering from depressive and anxiety episodes, struggling with a feeling of emptiness or inner lifelessness, lack of meaning in life, often hope for fulfillment and love.

Treatment: Many people complain of mental inferiority and weakness, lack of self-confidence, feeling a constant sense of threat, self-sabotage. Others have problems with building satisfying relationships, they do not know how to be themselves, they are terrified of rejection and criticism, or they provoke conflicts themselves. So many people, so many problems. Psychotherapy is used to solve these problems in order to be able to say: How many people, so many definitions of happiness.

Form of cooperation: He lives in Cornwall, where he works as a psychotherapist. Therefore, as part of the cooperation, it offers only online sessions.

Other: He can listen to the problems of his patients.