On 18th March, the UW’s Psychological Counselling Centre launched the UW Helpline, which operates from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 10 pm. Psychological support is available to UW students, doctoral candidates and employees.

The University of Warsaw has the Psychological Counselling Centre (PCC), which offers psychological support to students, doctoral candidates and employees of the UW. Its staff consists of experts, i.e. psychologists, psychotherapists, community therapy specialists who provide free support in a form adapted to the needs and capabilities of the applying person.


The PCC offer includes psychological consultation, crisis intervention, individual psychological support, group psychotherapy, psycho-educational workshops. A new form of support is a helpline available to the entire UW community.


“We are launching the helpline as one of the elements to improve the functioning of the University of Warsaw. In a changing reality, additional psychological support is needed,” Prof. Alojzy Z. Nowak, the UW Rector, said.


For the first six months, the helpline will operate between 10 am and 10 pm.

UW Helpline:  22 552 44 24

More information is available on the website of the UW’s Psychological Counselling Centre: https://cpp.uw.edu.pl/en/home-page/.