Dr Marta Sosnowska is a skilled and experienced clinical psychologist. Having obtained a degree in Psychology (MSc) at the University of Warsaw in Poland, she completed her doctoral training at the University of Essex. Dr Sosnowska has held a variety of clinical and managerial positions including an interim lead for training and placement, and working on a pilot of Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy in Complex Care (DIT-CC) in an NHS Trust in London. Currently she is involved in a project of developing supervision capacity for DIT-CC at the Anna Freud Centre.
She is trained in specialist therapeutic approaches such as Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, Mentalisation-Based Therapy (for Borderline Personality Disorder, Complex Depression and work with adolescents) and Narrative Exposure Approach. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy for trauma.
Dr Sosnowska is experienced in the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety, bereavement, neurodiversity, parenthood struggles, perinatal and postnatal difficulties, personality disorder, adjustment disorder and relationship difficulties. Dr Sosnowska’s specialist interests include identity and interpersonal relationships, generationally-transmitted, collective and individual trauma, feminism, intersectionality and critical psychology, culture and group processes, and neurodiversity.
She can offer assessment and therapy in English and Polish.