Malwina Andruczyk (they/onu) is a licensed clinical social worker whose practice focuses on trauma, gender, sexuality and specializes in working with LGBTQ+, TGNCNB, and queer communities and their families. They currently run a private practice called Iskra Psychotherapy and are a clinical supervisor at Ackerman Institute’s Gender and Family Project. They also have past experience working at Safe Horizon Counseling Center, using evidence-based therapy to address the impact of trauma in children and adults, and The Anti-Violence Project, where they focused on working with LGBTQ+ survivors of intimate partner violence, hate violence, and sexual violence. They utilize anti-oppressive frameworks in both clinical and academic work and believe that deeply rooted within each of us are the tools and knowledge for growth and healing.
Malwina identifies as a white, queer, non-binary, 1.5 generation immigrant originally from Poland who moved to New York City in 1993. They graduated from Columbia School of Social Work with an MSW in 2015.