Under the supervision of Prof. Robert D. Hinshelwood, Jack Cieplinski completed 4-year doctoral research programme at the University of Essex (UK). His research was focused on a person’s subjective perception of responsibility in the clinical setting: its developmental origins, various aspects of it, and its intra- and interpersonal implications.
Dr Jack Cieplinski has completed five-year Master’s degree in psychology at the University of Warsaw, with specialisation in Supporting Personal Development.
During his studies, he completed clinical internship in the Laboratory of Psychoeducation psychotherapy centre.
At Anglia Ruskin University (UK), Jack has completed one-year postgraduate course in cognitive-behavioural therapies within British mental healthcare setting.
At RINO Amsterdam, Jack has also completed postgraduate courses in psychological diagnosis of personality and neurological disorders.
In 2016 and 2018 he completed an accredited EMDR training (level 1 and 2) for trauma-related psychological disorders.
In 2019 he completed an accredited schema therapy training for personality disorders.
In the Netherlands, qualified psychologists who completed at least two-years postgraduate education in one of the government-approved specialisms (healthcare psychology, psychotherapy, clinical psychology, neuropsychology), are registered in the so-called BIG-register.
Since 2016, dr Jack Cieplinski is included in the BIG-register as Healthcare Psychologist (GZ-Psycholoog) under the number 49917992725. Click here to see the entry in the register.
Jack Cieplinski also is a member of the Dutch Association of Freelance Psychologists and Psychotherapists (Landelijke Vereniging van Vrijgevestigde Psychologen en Psychotherapeuten, LVVP), an umbrella organisation for BIG-registered independent (i.e. running their own practices) psychologists.
Members of LVVP adhere to strict professional conduct requirements and – if such need arises – are subject to disagreement and complaints resolution policies.