Little Peaceful MindNon-public Psycho-pedagogical Centre
We are here to give time, understanding and warmth to all children who need it. Our help is not only a very big support for children, but, most of all, it provides assistance in solving problems, coping with difficulties, and finally stimulating the development of both healthy and disabled little-big people.
Our team consists of high-performance specialists.
Please read detailed information about the people who devote their energy to working with children and youth.The time spent at Little Peaceful Mind is not merely a job for them, but first and foremost it’s a mission and responsibility for another human being.Find out why the affiliated therapists at Little Peaceful Mind decided to pursue their profession and what way they had to go in order to be able to provide help at the highest level.
Agnieszka Brzózka, M.A.
psychologist, psychotherapist, Sensory Integration therapist
A graduate of the University of Social Sciences and Humanities and the School of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. A member of the Polish Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. A director of Psycho-pedagogical Centre and founder of the Foundation for children with developmental disorders.
Adrianna Głąbska, M.A.
Neurological Speech Therapist
She graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies with a specialization in speech therapy at the University of Warsaw, she completed the course on the "Dyna-Lingua, M.S." method in the Laboratory of Psychostimulation in Wroclaw and post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Neurological Speech at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Weronika Lorens, M.A.
Special educator, therapist, Sensory Integration therapist, Hand Therapy therapist
A graduate and PhD student at Warsaw University. She conducts diagnosis and pedagogical therapy, Sensory Integration therapy, Hand Therapy (has experience in working with children with Celebral Palsy, hypotonic children, children with global developmental disorders, and school-age children with graphomotor problems.)