My name is Magda Wroblewska (pronounced: Vro•bles•ska). I was raised in Poland. I lived in France (1981-1984), in Canada (1988-1995), and in the Bay Area (since 1995).
Here is a brief overview of my education and experience:
- 1986: Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
- 1987: Internship in Gestalt Institute, Krakow, Poland
- 1989 – 1995: therapist at the outpatient substance abuse clinic, Ontario, Canada: extensive training in chemical dependency assessment and recovery, and issues related to sexual abuse or assault.
- 2000: Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology San Jose State University, California
- 2001 – 2005: Internship at Process Therapy Institute Los Gatos, California; During this time I worked with middle school children, families, and women dealing with domestic violence.
- 2005 – Present: Private Practice
- 2009 completed EMDR training
- January 2008 – February 2010: Clinical Director at Eastern European Service Agency – supervising the delivery of mental health services to refugees and emigrants.
My theoretical background is primarily cognitive-behavioral therapy, Gestalt, humanistic and process models.
My husband and I have four grown sons in our blended family. My rich life experience helps me relate to people from various backgrounds and cultures.
A radio interview with Magda Wroblewska by Lisa Singer on WRNW1:
To learn more about Magda’s counseling and psychotherapy services and how they may be able to help you, please contact Magda, or call 408-354-7772 with your questions or to schedule a free consultation.