Dr Péter Oczella

Dr Péter Oczella



  • Experience in up-to-date, acute and chronic psychiatric care and treatment covering the full range of psychiatric patient care

I completed my studies at the Faculty of General Medicine of the University of Szeged where my research work concentrated on the field of cognitive dysfunctions in bipolar affective disorders, major depression and schizophrenia.

After graduating, I started my residency in 2013 at the Psychiatric and Psychotherapic Clinic of Semmelweis University, and I spent it at the departments of Clinical and Research Mental Hygiene of the Kútvölgyi Clinical Block and at the central Balassa Street department as well as at the Department of Psychiatry of the Ferenc Toldy Hospital in Cegléd as part of an external practice. In addition, I worked at the Psychiatric Department of the St. George’s Hospital in Székesfehérvár as a doctor on duty. During this period, in addition to the acquisition of addictology therapies and youth and gerontopsychiatry, I performed modern acute and chronic psychiatric care, patient care, covering the full spectrum of adult psychiatric care, and I also participated in basic and method-specific psychotherapy work in individual and group therapy (schematic focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy).

Since July 2019, I have been working as a clinical specialist at the Acute and Rehabilitation Department of the Rókus Hospital (one of the Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Clinics of Semmelweis University).

Examination, treatment and care of adult psychiatric disorders in the following areas:

  • schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders
  • bipolar affective disorder
  • major depression
  • anxiety disorders
  • alcohol and drug related disorders
  • neurocognitive disorders (dementias)
  • personality disorders

Qualifications / studies:

2006 – 2013  University of Szeged, Faculty of General Medicine

2013 – 2018 Resident training, Semmelweis University Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Clinic Balassa Street and Kútvölgyi Clinical Block and Rókus Hospital sites

Paramedic diploma and practice

Language skills

English – state accredited language examination, advanced