Monika Walczak, PhD
BA (Hons), MSc, Cand. Psych., PhD
I am an English speaking clinical psychologist, post-doctoral researcher and lecturer at the University of Copenhagen. I hold a bachelor's degree in psychology from American College Dublin in Ireland, Master's degree in clinical psychology from Leiden University in The Netherlands, and Cand. Psych. and Phd from the University of Copenhagen. I have completed a 2-year program in Metacognitive Therapy with prof. Adrian Wells, and am a certified metacognitive therapist. I see clients in my private practice on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings and afternoons. I primarily work in English language.
My clinical and research interests lie in anxiety disorders, depression and related problems. I am an author of a number of scientific articles about anxiety disorders published in international, peer reviewed journals.
My therapeutic approach draws on evidence-based therapies including Metacognitive Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I primarily work with adults, addressing a variety of difficulties including anxiety, depression, interpersonal difficulties (e.g. communication, relationship breakdown), grief/loss, and self-esteem.