As a psychologist, I am committed to the person-centered values of acceptance, compassion,
and authenticity. My perspective is centered around attachment theory and is defined by a
systemic approach and trauma awareness. I integrate methods of schema therapy, relaxation
and guided imagery, CBT, art therapy, and elements of various body-oriented therapies.
In 2009 I graduated from the University of Pécs as a psychologist and later specialized in family
and couple’s counseling at Eötvös Lorán University in Budapest. I also completed integrative
therapist training with the Integrative Psychotherapy Association and obtained a qualification as
a coaching psychologist. I am a member of the Integrative Psychotherapy Association and the
Hungarian Coaching Psychology Association.
Currently, I am active as a lecturer and as a psychologist at the University of Pécs with adults:
individuals, couples, and groups from various backgrounds. I work both in person and online,
using English, German, Hungarian, and sometimes Dutch as a lingua franca. When I need to
refill my resources, I turn to dancing, hiking, literature, and games, preferably with a dog
Continuous training and supervision are integral parts of my profession. I am grateful to my
colleagues and clients for the work we do together, from which I can proceed on the path of
professional and personal development.