Aleksandra Wojtowicz

Aleksandra Wojtowicz is a student of the fifth year of Psychology at the University of Gdansk. Her scope of specialization is psychology of children and adolescents as well as clinical psychology of adults. Her professional interests embrace clinical neuropsychology as well. She used to volunteer as a leader of ‘Academy of the Future’ (Pol. ‘Akademia Przyszłości’) programme, where she worked with children with difficult background for three years. She did apprenticeship in a kindergarten for children with cerebral palsy, where she conducted individual and group therapy. She completed numerous professional trainings, such as: ‘Pay Attention! ADHD Through  the Lifespan’, ‘Sherborne Method’, ‘Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis’, ‘Behavior Disorders and the Procedures of their Reduction’, ‘ Working with a Child with Developmental Difficulties’. She is experienced in working with children as a babysitter and animator of children’s groups. She has been cooperating with Diagnosis and Therapy Center for Developmental Disorders since April 2014, when she began her internship, followed by her work as a therapist.