Todd Kulczyk

Todd currently works in private practice as an individual, couples & relationship psychotherapist. He has worked as a professor in the USA and taught a 2-day workshop at the University of Iceland. Todd is licensed in the United States of America, certified in Narrative Therapy, and professionally trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS). Additionally, Todd holds a certification in First Aid Arts level I & II serving survivors of abuse, violence, and disaster using effective arts-based healing resources.
Todd received a master’s degree in Psychology from Antioch University Seattle, USA, and holds membership on several international associations. He served on the steering committee for the 20th Nordic Art Therapies Conference. Todd has worked with a wide variety of populations. In the helping process, Todd utilises techniques from numerous evidence-based and empirically supported theoretical orientations while recognising the need to attend to cultural and other forms of human diversity. He believes in helping clients explore their personal sense of self. This journey is not linear. There is no “one way” to be. Todd is committed to the continued uncovering and discovery of social justice, multicultural education, inclusivity, intersectional awareness, and personal wellness.