University of Warsaw Psychological assistance

Psychological assistance

Support groups, list of organisations providing free help, educational videos.
  • „Pomoc w związku z kryzysem wojennym” (Support during the war crisis)  – a dedicated web page of the UW Faculty of Psychology

A new dedicated web page on the website of the UW Faculty of Psychology „Pomoc w związku z kryzysem wojennym” (Support during the war crisis) displays information on various forms of psychological support that are available for the Ukrainian refugees at the University of Warsaw, as well as psychologically related educational activities.

The web page provides information on the UW Psychological Support Centre, online meetings with students who work with Polish and Ukrainian children, as well as other data on psychology-associated meetings, workshops and webinars organised at the Faculty. In addition, the web page displays a contact list of the Polish organisations for psychological counselling. More details are available on the Faculty website >> (only in Polish).

 

 

  • The online meeting „Uważność i współczucie w kryzysie. Jak zadbać o siebie i innych” (Mindfulness and compassion in crisis. Taking care about yourself and others.)

The Faculty of Psychology organises a series of online meetings under the title „Uważność i współczucie w kryzysie. Jak zadbać o siebie i innych” (Mindfulness and compassion in crisis. Taking care about yourself and others.) Besides talking about their experiences, the attendees will learn to meditate and practise mindfulness. The meetings are carried out via Zoom each Wednesday at 19.30, starting 16th March. They are conducted by Prof. Assist. Paweł Holas of the Faculty of Psychology, a mindfulness teacher and therapist. More information is provided on the Faculty website >> (only in Polish).

 

  • The website for online psychological counselling

The Students’ Parliament of the Republic of Poland (PSRP) launched the website for online psychological counselling. The service is free for the Ukrainian citizens, and conducted in their mother tongue. More information is provided via the PSRP website >>.

 

  • The organisations and institutions for psychological support

The Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit Student Association provides the regularly updated list of the organisations and institutions that offer psychological support for people who had to flee from Ukraine. The support is offered free of charge. Details in Polish and English are available via https://www.facebook.com/kuczalska.kn/.