Counseling and Psychological Services, CAPS

PUMS offers counseling and psychological services to students in the English language programs. The mission of CAPS is to support students and their performance during their studies by providing psychological counseling services.

The counselors and psychologists may be contacted by any student seeking help with such issues as cultural adaptation and learning problems, adaptation to life in a foreign country, personal crises, coping with stress, dormitory issues, social problems, interpersonal problems, or personal relationship issues.


Psychological counseling support for the English Programs’ students

Please note that the information the psychologist receives from you during counseling sessions is kept strictly confidential and is not disclosed to University staff.

If you need help in the following areas:

  • problems with cultural adaptation and learning issues
  • adaptation to life in a foreign country
  • personal life crises
  • coping with stress
  • interpersonal problems at school
  • relationship issues
  • coping with pregnancy loss, loss of a baby or a person close to you
  • psychosomatic disorders
  • sexual problems and dysfunctions
  • dependency and codependency
  • eating disorders
  • drugs or other substance addictions

Please call for appointment:

Hanna Bogacka, Ph.D.
Mobile (+48) 695 595 063
please call for appointment

Adam Bekier, M.A.
Mobile (+48) 604 600 621
please call for appointment

Nadia Bryl, Ph.D. (PUMS Department of Family Medicine, Clinical Psychology Unit)
Mobile (+48) 501 215 139
Effective September 2018 Dr . Bryl will be available for consultations from spring 2019

The counseling staff at PUMS

Marcin Kucharski, M.D., email:

He works as a mediator between the Associate Deans and the students, and is the first point of contact regarding students’ concerns. He graduated from the Advanced M.D. English language program and has taught in English at PUMS. Dr. Kucharski may be contacted about such issues as dormitory problems, social matters, and problem-solving. Dr Kucharski is also AdvMD Elective & 6MD Practical Training Supervisor.

Starting from January 14, 2014 Dr Kucharski’s office hours at the Dean’s Office at 41 Jackowskiego Str. are as follows:
Open: 2:00-4:00 PM, Tuesdays (except holidays)
Location: first floor, room no. 8 at the Dean’s office at Jackowskiego
For: dormitory problems, social matters, and problem-solving , as well as AdvMD elective and 6MD practical training enquiries.