Department of Psychiatry
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Outpatient Mental Health Clinic at the Department of Psychiatry specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders of adults. We offer psychiatric counseling and pharmacotherapy, psychological counseling, individual psychotherapy and counseling, depending on the indications.


Psychiatric care
It includes the following mental health procedures:

  • diagnosis of mental disorders in adults,
  • qualification for treatment in psychiatric wards,
  • treatment of mental disorders of the elderly (disturbances of consciousness, dementia, behavioral disorders),
  • treatment of mood disorders (depression, mania),
  • treatment of psychotic disorders (schizophrenia, delusional disorders, schizoaffective disorder),
  • treatment of neurological disorders related to stress and somatic (obsessive-compulsive disorder, adaptive disorders, reactions to stress). 

Psychological care

We provide psychological care in a wide range of mental health issues. Care is directed for people who:

  • experience excessive sadness, discouragement, lack of energy, suffering, stress,
  • experience difficulties in dealing with other people and dealing with emotions,
  • experience subjective symptoms of deterioration of cognitive functions (memory).

Psychological diagnosis

Applied diagnostic methods include standardized psychological diagnosis tools in the area of personality, temperament, cognitive functioning (including attention, memory, intelligence). The results of psychological research are an important part of psychiatric planning for further treatment, including pharmacotherapy. Psychologists work closely with psychiatrists, so the effectiveness of treatment is high.

Psychological care

Psychological care covers:

- psychological consultations

The psychological consultation is intended to identify the difficulties and problems of a patient and to determine the most appropriate form of care. It usually covers one to three meetings.

- psychological counseling

Psychological counseling is a form of help addressed to healthy people experiencing developmental crises or adaptation difficulties. It takes place in the form of several meetings whose main purpose is to identify the problem and search for ways to solve it.


- psychotherapy - individual, family, couples

Psychotherapy is a method of treatment at the choice of anxiety disorders and personality disorders, used as an auxiliary in other mental disorders. Psychotherapy has the character of planned and intentional interactions, and aims at changing behavior patterns or intrapsychic structures and processes. A common feature of all therapeutic techniques used is interpersonal contact.

 

Staff

Psychiatrists
prof. dr hab. n. med.  Joanna Rymaszewska, specialist psychiatrist - Head of the Clinic
prof. dr hab. n. med. Jerzy Leszek, specialist psychiatrist
dr hab. n. med. Tomasz Pawłowski, prof. nadzw. UMW, specialist psychiatrist
dr hab. n. med. Dorota Frydecka, specialist psychiatrist
dr n. med. Tomasz Hadryś, specialist psychiatrist
dr n. med. Monika Kantorska-Janiec, specialist psychiatrist
dr n. med. Elżbieta Trypka, specialist psychiatrist
 

Psychologists
dr n. med., mgr psychologii Sylwia Chładzińska-Kiejna, specialist in clinical psychology, psychotherapist
mgr Karolina Fila-Witecka, psychologist
mgr Iga Jaworska-Gruszczyńska, psychologist
mgr Katarzyna Malcher, specialist in clinical psychology, psychotherapist during training