Dr Justyna Żulewska-Wrzosek

clinical speech therapist
Zamienie Branch
Dr Justyna Żulewska-Wrzosek
  • Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education in Warsaw; Department of Logopaedics and Educational Linguistics – assistant professor
  • Tadeusz Masztak Grochowski Hospital in Warsaw; Department of Neurological Therapy and Rehabilitation – senior assistant speech therapist
  • Department of Otolaryngology, Medical University of Warsaw – assistant
  • Doctoral studies – University of Warsaw, Institute of Applied Polish Studies, Department of Logopaedics and Voice Emission
  • Speech Therapy – postgraduate studies; Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Speech Therapy – specialisation in the field of speech therapy; Chair and Clinic of Phoniatrics and Audiology of the H. Święcicki Clinical Hospital of the K. Marcinkowski Medical University in Poznań
  • Polish philology – Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (MA studies
  • Logopaedics – Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education in Warsaw (Master’s studies)

Patients with speech disorders resulting from acquired damage to the nervous system or diseases of the nervous system. Therapy of aphasia, dysarthria and dysphagia.


Polish, English

Courses and trainings
  • Diagnosis and therapy of dysphagia
  • Speech disorders in the course of disintegrative and neurodegenerative disorders
  • Stimulation of left-hemisphere mechanisms
  • Practical course on alternative and assistive communication methods
  • Sensomotor therapy and regulation of orofacial muscular tension
  • AAC – assistive and alternative communication methods for people with severe communication disorders
  • Żulewska, J. (2012). The right hemisphere of the brain and language – a review of research. Language Handbook, 10, 77-92.
  • Żulewska, J. (2012). Undertaking logopaedic therapy by adults after CNS damage. In J.Porayski-Pomsta, M.Przybysz-Piwko (eds.), Logopaedic intervention. Zagadnienia ogólne i praktyka (pp. 293-302). Warsaw: Elipsa.
  • Żulewska, J. (2012). Speech disorders in children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Pragmalinguistic Studies, 4, 139-151.
  • Żulewska, J. (2014). Self-assessment of swallowing disorders in patients with dysphagia. In J. Zawadka (ed.), Awareness of selected logopaedic problems in diagnosis and therapeutic proceedings. Warsaw: University of Warsaw Publishing House.
  • Żulewska, J. (2015). Disorders of emotional prosody in patients with damage to the right hemisphere of the brain and possibilities of therapy. In D. Baczała, J.J. Błeszyński (eds.), Logopaedic therapy (pp. 257-268). Toruń: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika.
  • Żulewska, J. (2015). Evaluation of the usefulness of the test for assessing verbal fluency in the diagnosis of language function disorders in patients with right hemisphere brain damage. In M. Kurowska, E. Wolańska (eds.), Methods and diagnostic tools in logopaedics (pp. 109-124) Warsaw: Elipsa.
  • Żulewska, J., Nowis-Zalewska, M. (2015). Exercises for people with aphasia. Grammatical forms, Warsaw: Harmonia Publishing House.
  • Żulewska, J., Nowis-Zalewska, M. (2016). Omissions as a symptom of naming disorders in people with aphasia. Pragmalinguistic Studies, 8, 207-217.
  • Żulewska, J., Nowis-Zalewska, M. (2018). Naming versus the ability to use names in the communication of patients with motor aphasia. In S. Śniatkowski, D.Emiluta-Rozya, K.I. Bieńkowska (eds.), Norma and disorders of language communication in an educational context (pp.138-150). Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Maria Grzegorzewska.
  • Żulewska, J., Pożoga, K. (2018). Therapy methods in global aphasia. In A. Domagała, U. Mirecka, J. Stasiak (ed.), Methods of logopaedics (pp. 339-371), Lublin: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej.
  • Żulewska, J. (2018). Logopaedic therapy for global aphasia. An interdisciplinary model of work in a health care facility. In: A. Domagała, U. Mirecka, J. Stasiak (ed.), Methods of logopaedic therapy (pp.1063-1080), Lublin: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej.
  • Żulewska, J., Pożoga, K. (2018). Logopaedic management of global aphasia. Pragmalinguistic Studies, 10, 149-160.
  • Żulewska-Wrzosek, J., Pożoga, K. (2020). Professional burnout as a threat in the work of a logopaedist’s in neurology and neurological rehabilitation departments. In: E. Zając, M. Szurek (eds.), Interdyscyplinarne aspekty diagnozy i terapii logopedycznej (73-88). Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego.
  • Żulewska-Wrzosek, J., Mężyk, A. (2020). Assessment of the quality of communication by people with Broca’s aphasia. Pedagogical Contexts, 1(14), 181-197.
  • Żulewska-Wrzosek, J., Mężyk, A. (2020). Awareness of older people about stroke. In E. Zając, M. Szurak (eds.), Interdisciplinarity in logopaedic therapy – necessity or excess? (251-263). Warsaw: Maria Grzegorzewska APS Publishing House.
  • Więcek-Poborczyk, I., Żulewska-Wrzosek, J. (ed.). (2020). Interdisciplinarity in logopaedics – necessity or excess? Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej.
  • Żulewska-Wrzosek, J. (2021). Problems of patients with aphasia in psychosocial context. Social Work, 36(1), 121-137.
  • Żulewska-Wrzosek, J. (2021). Conversation without understanding. On pragmatic deficits in dysfunctions of the right hemisphere of the brain. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Akademii Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Maria Grzegorzewska.
  • Pożoga, K., Żulewska-Wrzosek, J. (2021). Symptoms of post-stroke dysarthria in the patient’s and logopaedist’s self-assessment. In: K. Bigos (ed.), Speech Therapy – theory – practice. Speech therapy in theory and practice. Siedlce.
Expert activity
  • Since 2016 national consultant in speech therapy to the Ministry of Health
  • Member of the Expert Team for the development and update of the specialisation programme in speech therapy at the Medical Centre for Postgraduate Education
  • Member of the Team of Experts reviewing the applications of institutions applying for accreditation to conduct specialisation training in speech therapy