The Polish Society for the Integration of  Psychotherapy was established in 2008 on the initiative of practicing psychotherapists, academic lecturers and psychology students in order to promote the idea of integration in psychotherapy among Polish therapists and scientists.

Our goal is to enable psychotherapy practitioners to broaden their skills and knowledge. Behind us is a series of successful seminars – meetings with representatives of the world of science and psychotherapy. They shared their knowledge and experience with us: prof. Bogdan de Barbaro, prof. Nancy McWilliams, prof. Piotr Oleś, prof. Ferruccio Osimo.

The international conferences organized by PSIP in 2010 and 2014 were also very popular. Among the members of the Association there are promoters of various psychotherapeutic trends, as well as various approaches to integration in psychotherapy.

People interested in integration in psychotherapy are invited to cooperate.


Various models of psychotherapy have empirical and scientific foundations. Still, questions arise, both among practitioners and people seeking help, about the effectiveness of psychotherapy.
At the conference, we want to talk about the latest trends based on scientific research and reports from clinicians, and consider the key factors affecting the quality of treatment.
We want to think about the role of psychotherapy integration and its impact on increasing the effectiveness of our work.