My name is Olga and I’m so pleased to start my adventure as a volunteer / an intern at Psychotherapy Now. I’m a Psychology graduate from Poland and in February I’m starting another masters in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University. Having moved to the Netherlands recently, I’m trying to embrace the new culture and language.
I was born in a gingerbread-smelling town (a home to the famous astronomer – Nicolaus Copernicus). From there, I’ve been on a constant move from one Erasmus to another and have lived in England, Belgium, and Lithuania. Mostly studying, pondering over the meaning of life, writing, and exploring the surrounding nature.
I’m genuinely passionate about analysing emotionally complex and intricate life stories and nurturing plants. I’m in love with Psychology primarily due to boundless interpretations and healing tools it has to offer. As an aspiring psychotherapist, it’s my greatest dream to be able to assist people on a path towards self-awareness and acceptance. It’s a little bit like trying to match missing pieces of a puzzle. Taking care of plants, on the other hand, gives me a breather.
I’d like to wish you all a golden autumn and I do hope to see you somewhere soon.