After graduating from university, I started working as a child psychologist at the child psychotherapy clinic in Faludi Street, which determined my approach to psychotherapy. I was trained in dynamic approach psychotherapy and then in adult psychoanalysis, and I also received a lot of therapeutic inspiration from the group and the psychodrama method. During the ten years I spent at the Ego Clinic, I have had the opportunity to work with colleagues who have been my masters, colleagues and teaching partners at the same time. After that I continued to work within the framework of private care, providing individual and group psychotherapy for children and adults, as well as supervisory support and training analysis for colleagues, training in child psychotherapy and teaching at university level. I completed my child analytical studies and my training as a supervisor in a training institute abroad. Since 2018, I have been living in Norway, where I work in a state psychiatric clinic, and in addition, I work as a psychotherapist, supervisor and psychoanalytic trainer in my own practice. I am also involved as an instructor in international child analyst training.
Since 2016, I have been accompanying the work of Panoráma Polyclinic, where I provide the psychotherapy supervision of the psychotherapy team in close collaboration with the professional managers.
I work together with the Panoráma team in a relationship-focused psychodynamic psychotherapy approach, incorporating knowledge of child and developmental psychology, with the aim that professionals trained in child and adult psychotherapy (doctors and psychologists with different specialties) learn from each other, get to know each other’s competencies and respect, cooperate in a multidisciplinary team, in order to provide high quality psychotherapeutic care to patients.