Counseling psychologist, autogenic training therapist, coach
My journey in psychology began in 2011 when I earned my master’s degree from Pázmány Péter Catholic University. In 2020, I obtained a counseling psychologist qualification with a focus on crisis intervention from Eötvös Loránd University. During my university years, I was drawn to the restorative perspective and gained valuable experience working with at-risk youth and conducting group leadership.
My professional path expanded to include experiential learning, wilderness and adventure therapy, and skill development, all of which I continue to incorporate into my programs. Since 2013, I’ve been a freelance professional, collaborating with various organizations to work with diverse groups, from at-risk youth to adults seeking self-improvement. I specialize in stress management, conflict resolution, assertiveness, and enhancing psychological resilience.
I’ve received training in autogenic relaxation and completed method-specific training from the Hungarian Relaxation and Symbolic Therapy Association. Currently, I’m pursuing training as a couple and family therapist with the Hungarian Family Therapy Association. My commitment to continuous self-improvement and expanding my professional knowledge is at the core of my practice.