Marlena Stradomska is a specialized licensed psychologist, trainer and academic lecturer from Poland. For years, she has been cooperating with foundations, associations, educational and voluntary institutions in which she conducts workshops and offers lectures and specialized trainings. She is a PhD student at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in the field of Science of Cognition and Social Communication, working on the ethical aspects of communication. From 2017, she is the head of the sociotherapeutic facility – Nowa Kuźnia Society in Lublin of the Tatary district.
She works as a specialist in promotional activities at Maria Skłodowska-Curie University in Poland. She has collaborated with the organization “UMCS Open Doors” along with journalists of Wirtualna Polska, Onet and other platforms promoting issues related to 21st century communication challenges. Since 2016, she is the Vice President of the Polish Suicidological Society, at the Lublin Branch, where, in addition to working with the patient, she conducted a number of activities promoting PTS. Marlena is the author of over 60 articles and chapters in monographs and popular science works on media and her works, among other fields, is related to cyberspace and implementation of preventive and research projects.