Grzegorz (Greg) Zielinski

PW Dip; Cert.Psychotherapist; Cert.Coach; M.A.Soc.; PACFA Reg. Clinical

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Greg, also called Grzegorz (his Polish name), is a member of International Associacion of Process Oriented Psychology (IAPOP). He is a co-founder and current member of the Polish Association of Psychotherapists and Practitioners of Process Psychology (PSPiPPP).

He graduated the University of Warsaw with a Masters in Sociology, specialising in therapy and conflict resolution.

Grzegorz has been in private practice as a psychotherapist since 2003, offering individual, relationship and couples psychotherapy. He works with people of all ages (from mid-teens), sexual orientation, cultural and ethnic backgrounds and religions. He works in both English and Polish, face-to-face and via Skype.

Grzegorz is a Certified Coach offering process oriented Coaching for individuals. He also supervises coaches at the Institute of Process Psychology in Warsaw.

Grzegorz also teaches Processwork, runs a variety of personal growth workshops. Prior to moving to Australia he was a teacher of the two year Certificate in Processwork Psychology in Wroclaw, Poland.

Grzegorz developed a series of workshops entitled the Psychology of Career and a short-term therapy model for people working on issues of motivation.

He was the co-developer of a specialised program about feedback, delivered in the organisational context (companies including Colliers, Saint-Gobain, and Motul) and as workshops and lectures open to the general public.

From 2003 to 2015 he was working at the Poza Centrum Psychotherapy and Coaching Centre in Warsaw, Poland. In October 2015 he moved to Melbourne and joined the Melbourne Processwork Centre.

Grzegorz has a strong interest in social issues. He was the co-founder of the Social Dialogue Centre in the Polish Association of Psychotherapist and Practitioners of Process Psychology, through which he facilitated many public debates, open forums and group processes.

He is continuing growing his skills and experience through participating in trainings and workshops and through regular supervision.

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