At the beginning of my career, I worked as a coordinator and researcher at the National Institute for Drug Prevention, and later at the National Institute of Addictology, and then I dealt with adults struggling with addiction and psychiatric problems at the Psychiatric and Rehabilitation department of János Hospital. Subsequently, as a psychologist at the Education Counselling Service, I also got an insight into psychological work with children.
Since 2016, I have been working with the team of specialists of Panoráma Polyclinic, where I do individual and group psychotherapy work. In my work, I put emphasis on revealing the interaction of physical and mental processes, so I am very pleased to be able to do that with a multidisciplinary teamwork in the background, within a safe framework. My method-specific qualifications include psychodrama – I have been leading adult and adolescent psychodrama groups on a regular basis since 2010 and I also teach group and individual autogenic trainings. I am currently participating in the training of the Hungarian Psychoanalytic Association, and I follow the psychoanalytically oriented approach in my individual and group therapies too.