Entries by Jula

The value of anxiety

While sitting at work today, I thought “I had neglected my blog” – I haven’t written a new article in over a month. Then I was wondering what I would like to share with you. The topic came up by itself – here I am grateful to my clients and my own experiences from the […]

Dysfunctional families: 4 roles taking by children

he family plays a fundamental role in a child’s mental health. It is emphasized that the husband and wife are the architects of the family. It is mainly up to them how the children will develop. So what happens in a home that is dysfunctional? What is a dysfunctional family and how does it function? […]

Perfectionism – what is it and how to overcome it

Perfectionism – it is my old friend, so the topic of it is very close to me. This friendship has been present in my life for many years. Today, I decided to share with you my experience on this subject. Anyone can be a perfectionist – an elderly person, a young adult, and even a […]

Something about self-reflection: time for introspection

In the process of introspection, we look at our own feelings, fears and desires. We observe our behavior, analyze experiences, try to find answers to the questions “why” and “for what purpose”. Thanks to this reflective practice, we are able to reach the underlying cause, which is often behind our motivations, and the existence of […]

Something about the shadow

On a sunny day, everyone sees their shadow, there is nothing to be afraid of, it is just an obvious part of our reality. But when it’s almost dark and we only have a little light, the shadows can really look scary, then they have the power to trigger different emotions, reactions and behaviors within […]

The process of change

“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” (Anonymous) Many of you know what I do: I am a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. My work is extremely interesting, it requires improving myself not only on a professional but also on a personal level. It is based on building […]

Take your thoughts to court

Today I decided that I would like to share something practical with you – namely, an exercise to which I encourage many of my clients to do when we work together. Each of us sometimes experiences disturbing thoughts. Each of us sometimes experiences terrible, obtrusive, sad, overwhelming thoughts. But not every one of us does […]

Old friend… anxiety

It took me a few weeks to make a decision about a theme that I wanted to share with you in this post. My emotions (especially one), which I haven’t experienced for many years, helped me make the decision, namely – anxiety appeared in me. In the past, this feeling was well known to me, […]