The medical phychologist who counsels for emotional difficulties such as distress, depression, anxiety, sleep problems, adaptation difficulties, suicidal thoughts and more.



2015 – 2017 – Master of Psychology, specialization – Health Psychology, Vilnius University;

2011 – 2015 – Bachelor of Psychology and qualification of Psychology teacher, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences.



2019 – now –  JSC “Innovita Research”, medical psychologist;

2017 – now – Public Institution “National Cancer Institute“, Medical Psychologist.



  • 28/11/2018 – Courses in Elementary Psychotherapy Skills organized by the Center for Practical Psychology Studies (Gestalt and C.G. Jung Analytical Psychology Areas).


  • Since 2018 – Member of the Psychosocial Oncology Association;
  • 25/02/2016 – 01/01/2017 – Volunteer of Telephone Support at „Youth Line“.


“Together with the patient, we go deep into his or her inner experiences after diagnosis of oncological disease, we are looking for ways to improve well-being without medications. My experience shows that emotional support, sharing of thoughts and feelings, warm contact and patient cooperation with the mental health professional help to adapt to changes brought by illness or complex treatment.”