I completed my studies at the University of Debrecen. After that, I worked at the DEOEC Psychiatric Clinic, then at the Psychotherapy and Rehabilitation Department of the Kenézy Gyula Hospital, and in the meantime I took the clinical psychology specialist exam. It was this time that my interest turned to psychosomatic illnesses and I started working at the National Institute of Oncology, where I was involved in patient care until 2020. During this period, I spent two years in England, where I worked as a volunteer psychologist in hospice care. Through my professional contacts and mentors, my commitment to the psychodynamic view grew strong, so I chose the psychotherapist training of Tündérhegy Rehabilitation Center. In 2016, I joined the psychotherapy team of Panoráma Polyclinic, and I found a professional community where psychosomatic and psychoanalytic attitude are present at the same time. It is of high priority to me to be able to work in a team where – as needed – psychologists and psychiatrists, somatic doctors work together to treat patients.
I work with adults in a psychoanalytically oriented approach. During the therapy, I can help them to understand better the driving force of their behaviour, relationships and symptoms, because getting to know ourselves better can help us make more deliberate decisions, lead a more balanced life and build more harmonious relationships.