Dr Adrienn Balázs

Dr Adrienn Balázs

psychiatrist, psychotherapist candidate

Dr Adrienn Balázs provides help in cases of mood and anxiety disorders (e.g. depression), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), personality disorders, psychotic condition and illnesses belonging to schizophrenia spectrum.

She graduated from the Szent-Györgyi Albert University of Medicine in Szeged in 2004 and has been working as a doctor for twenty years. She has worked in the leading psychiatric inpatient departments of Budapest – National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, Psychiatry Department of Semmelweis University’s Kútvölgyi Clinical Block, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Clinic of Semmelweis University – and passed her specialist psychiatric certification exam also in Budapest. As a doctor in a private psychiatric hospital she spent four years in the United Kingdom, where she gained significant professional experience in a system different from the Hungarian standard. Between 2012 and 2017 she completed the basic psychotherapist training at the Tündérhegy European Psychotherapy Training Institute, as well as the Jungian analytic, method-specific psychotherapist training of the Hungarian C. G. Jung Analytical Psychology Association – in addition to her medical profession, she is a psychotherapist candidate.

Her main areas of expertise

  • mood and anxiety disorders (depression, bipolar affective disorder, somatisation, somatoform disorders, psychosomatic symptoms, generalised anxiety, social phobia, etc.)
  • OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder)
  • personality disorders
  • psychotic conditions, illnesses belonging to the schizophrenia spectrum
  • etc.

‘I deal with a wide spectrum of mental illnesses. Primarily, I can help you plan therapy, medication treatment and then follow up after a thorough diagnosis. In addition, I always consider the possibility of psychotherapeutic work as well.

Along with the treatment, I consider it my priority to educate society about mental illnesses, to provide information that is understandable and professionally authentic for everyone, and to reduce the social distance between people related to mental illnesses. My basic principle is to use evidence-based therapies based on the latest professional protocols and to always be able to ‘stand with both feet on the ground’ in psychiatric care.’