Academic Psychological Counselling

Are you in a difficult situation and would you appreciate professional psychological support?

Motto: I will help you to help yourself.


The Academic Psychological Counselling (APC) is a free service of the Academic Centre. It is addressed to all students, as well as employees at the Prague University of Economics and Business. The regular meetings are in Czech, English and Spanish language. Regular meetings in Ukrainian language are displayed here (also use the link for registration). Should you prefer counselling in Russian language, please let us know via email.

The Academic Psychological Counselling is based on a specific approach of the counsellor – psychologist that helps the client to search for their problems solution. It is a short-term service.

The topics that clients come with are various, e.g.:

  • Study:
    • Learning challenges – concentration, procrastination, motivation, stress etc.
  • Relations
    • Difficulties in relationships within university – other students, teachers and other university employees (topics like communication, cooperation, team work or even bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination, authority etc.)
    • Problems in personal, intimate, family relationships – parting, break up, fights, unfaithfulness, nostalgia etc.
    • Difficulties in work relationships and work life.
  • Culture
    • Culture shock, adaptation process..
  • Development
    • Personal and / or career.
  • Own mental states, moods, reactions difficult to deal with
    • Shocks, depression, anxiety, worries, compulsive thoughts and behaviors etc.


Here you can find actual schedule of the Academic Psychological Counselling Service as well as instructions for in advance registration. You can choose in-person or online session. Please, read the instructions carefully. Meetings in Ukrainian language are always in-person, in the room RB 334, and the registration for the meetings is here.

Code of Ethics

We follow the Code of Ethics of the Czech University Counsellors, which is based on the following principles (shortened):

  • Professional responsibility
  • Respect
  • Discretion
  • Expertise
  • Refusal (counsellors’ disinterest, competency, client’s behavior, e.g. aggression, alcohol, drugs involved)