Ph.D. Oksana Dąbrowska – President of the Foundation’s Management Board
Psychologist, graduate of the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski in Warsaw, Ph.D. in the field of medical psychology, coach and psychotherapist with a license from the Polish Association of Process Psychology, runs projects involving the use of art in education and therapy. Since 10 years has been involved in dolphin therapy, works as a dolphin assisted therapist and is a creator of the first Polish dolphin therapy program, conducted for 8 years by the Foundation “Dobra Wioska”. She has trained in Crimea (Yalta, Eupatorium dolphinariums), Lithuania (Klajpeda), Turkey (Kusadasi) and Israel. Since many years has been working with disabled persons and their families. Works also as a consultant for companies and organizations and is the founder of the Interactive Process Theater, within the frameworks of which she is developing the “Process Theater” method, based on psychodrama techniques and process psychology. Her passion is creating and bringing to life new positive qualities. In her free time enjoys singing, composing music, dancing and traveling.
In DAT Oksana focuses on autism and genetic disorders, moreover during sessions conducts art-therapy classes and psychological counseling.
COUNCIL OF THE FOUNDATION
Albina Okraszewska – member of the Foundation’s council
Pediatrician with longstanding experience, currently employed in a hospital in Płońsk, for many years has worked as a doctor in Africa, from the very beginning closely contributing to the dolphin assisted therapy program, medical counselor for the dolphin assisted trips organized by the Foundation in Crimea and Turkey, permanent medical counselor of our Foundation.
Izabela Haraburda – assistant to the President of the Foundation’s Management Board, dolphin assisted therapist
Pedagogue, graduate of Physical Education Academy in Wroclaw and Rehabilitation Psychology Department at Warsaw University, specialist in health education and corrective gymnastics, Halliwick instructor, water lifeguard, skiing instructor, camp counsellor, completed “Animator for children” course.
She has been engaged in the dolphin assisted therapy program from the very beginning when the Foundation introduced DAT on Polish grounds, trained in Turkey (Kusadasi, Alanya) and Crimea (Jalta), specializes in cerebral palsy dysfunctions and autism disorder.
Marcin Węgliński – dolphin assisted therapist, technical support
Maintenance of internet websites and Foundation’s forum, graphic designs and marketing materials, photo reports, trained in Turkey, specializes in adults, overweight persons and small children. Sailor, longstanding skill with a sword, engaged in metal craft on a daily basis – an artist, cold steel manufacturer, historic events organizer, musician, guitarist, engages his musical skills during sessions with kids.
Tomasz Wójcik – dolphin assisted therapist, studied Sociology at University of Wrocław – Social Communication
Passionate about cooking and classical music. Trained in Turkey (Kusadasi), in DAT specializes in autism disorders.