Aleksandra Waselina

Aleksandra Waselina graduated from the University of Social Psychology in Sopot, with a Master’s degree in Psychology. During her studies, she did apprenticeship in Jan Korczak’s House, Regional Educational Center in Gdańsk, and Institute for Child Development Support. She volunteered during a summer camp for handicapped people organized by the municipal and communal office of Niepołomice. She worked as a therapist at a camp for children with behavior disorders and pervasive developmental disorders, organized by Diagnosis and Therapy Center for Developmental Disorders. She took part in professional training on Sherborne Method. She participated in an international academic conference, ‘ Diagnosis of the Reasons for School Failure,’ as well as in the second international academic symposium ‘Early Behavior Intervention with Autistic Children: Academic Research’. She completed a course ‘Behavior Therapy of Autistic Children’ as well as a course for professionals in the field of psychological and pedagogical diagnosis, based on the use of diagnostic book ‘Diagnosis of the Reasons for School Failure’. In the summer of 2012, she did a 100 hours’ internship at IAA in Norway. She is a student of the second year of post-graduate studies on applied behavior analysis. She has completed her apprenticeship at Diagnosis and Therapy Center for Developmental Disorders, where she works as a behavior therapist now.