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"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."

Wayne Dyer

Psychotherapist

Adults psychotherapy

Anxiety and stress accompany us in daily life. We are worried how things turn out, if we can manage in life, whether we do what we love, where we are approaching, whom we really what to be. Stress, on the other hand, accompanies first of all those, who are under pressure of carrying out tasks, who are under time pressure, as well as performance quality and education pressure. It also affects those who survived a traumatic event, which regularly keeps coming back as flashbacks. All this makes our lives accelerate to the speed at which we cannot function stably and the first symptoms might turn into depressive, somatic or anxiety disorders. They might manifest in the form of addictions, eating disorders, sexual failures or other ones we will not be able to handle. All these symptoms might occur if we do not react in time to the signals coming from us, indicating the beginning of something disturbing happening that should be looked at.

Adolescents psychotherapy

Children and adolescents in today’s world are subject to various external pressures, such as pressure of school performance, sports performance, and in their own environment they witness events they find difficult to understand. All these factors might block their natural development, in which there should be room for sensitivity, empathy, and respect, as well as time, closeness and love. The consequence might be adaptation difficulties, shyness, anxiety, problems of emotional nature and troubles in school performance, sometimes aggressive behaviors, addictions, or eating disorders. A young person being lonely might follow the way they will not be able to handle. That is why observation and mutual conversation are very important as they allow reaction in time to signals indicating the beginning of something disturbing happening, which should be looked at more in greater depth.

Sport Psychologist

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Athletes in crisis

Anxiety and stress accompany us in daily life. We are worried how things turn out, if we can manage in life, whether we do what we love, where we are approaching, whom we really what to be. Stress, on the other hand, accompanies first of all those, who are under pressure of carrying out tasks, who are under time pressure, as well as performance quality and education pressure. It also affects those who survived a traumatic event, which regularly keeps coming back as flashbacks. All this makes our lives accelerate to the speed at which we cannot function stably and the first symptoms might turn into depressive, somatic or anxiety disorders. They might manifest in the form of addictions, eating disorders, sexual failures or other ones we will not be able to handle. All these symptoms might occur if we do not react in time to the signals coming from us, indicating the beginning of something disturbing happening that should be looked at.

Modelling success

Building internal motivation, strong self-confidence, and the ability to focus thoughts and feelings without being disturbed and functioning under pressure. Constructing models of effective communication, task concentration, emotional self-control, and building self-confidence are only some of the elements contributing to the final success. Lack of vision and self-confidence, as well as in the targeted goals might undermine years of hard work. Work on motivation, the optimal states of arousal, concentration and mind-fullness, building self-confidence, coping with stress and emotions through relaxation training, visualizations and work on thoughts and beliefs are the mental factors as important in achieving success as the physical, technical and tactic preparation.

A few words about me

Psychotherapist & Sportspsychologist in London

Wojciech Urban

I conduct my private practice in the area of psychotherapy and sports psychology. In my work I combine Positive Psychotherapy, methods of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy with the knowledge of sports psychology. I work at two levels. On the one hand I concentrate on the client’s goals here and now, and on the other on understanding the issue of their problems, conflicts and primary needs.


I am a certified Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapist (WAPP Wiesbaden), sports psychologist (AWF Warsaw), psychologist in the course of clinical specialization in psychosomatics (SWPS Humanities and Social Sciences University). I have completed the advanced Solution-Focused Brief Therapy course and the training of NVC - Nonviolent Communication in therapeutic and support work. I am a member of the Polish Psychological Association, The British Psychological Society and World Association for Positive and Transcultural Psychotherapy (WAPP).

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