Psychological Aid Center

Psychological Aid Center of the University of Warsaw is a new university center that offers free psychological assistance to students and UW employees. It is a joint initiative of the Faculty of Psychology and the Office for Persons with Disabilities, supported by the Vice-rector for student affairs Jolanta Choińska-Mika. The creation of the Psychological Aid Center results from the ever-increasing concern of the University’s authorities for the mental health of the UW community. The head of the center is Dr. Szymon Chrząstowski – a psychotherapist with extensive experience and a multilateral view of mental health issues.


Types of assistance:

• Standard support meetings
• A short talking conversation without prior writing
• Meetings to give an opinion on the application
• Psychoeducational meetings


* It is planned to extend the offer by including psychotherapy and coaching.


How to sign up:

• by email –
• by phone – + 48 694 711 731 **
• personally at the seat of the
Psychological Aid Center **


** The current schedule of stationary and telephone duty hours is available at


Soon, the possibility of on-line registration will be available 24/7.

Psychological Aid Center
Pasteura 7
Former building of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw, entrance from Banacha Street, first floor
02-093 Warsaw
tel. +48 694 711 731