I started my journey as a psychologist. After I finished my studies and training at the University of Szeged I supported visually impaired people in their rehabilitation process in finding solutions to their life management and relational problems. I created and led personality development, communication, and conflict handling training together with them. I have always been keen on developing my own professional skills so I advanced to study and practice integrative hypnotherapy. This has allowed me to deepen my understanding.

In the following years, I came to London to qualify as a dance movement psychotherapist and my journey as a psychologist merged with my journey as a dancer. I worked with adolescents, with people who live with mental health problems, learning disabilities, and challenging behaviors. In 2015 I graduated from the University of Roehampton with a Master in Dance Movement Psychotherapy and I became a registered, private practice licensed dance movement psychotherapist. I can offer individual and group sessions. Since my journey has advanced as I furthered my professional development in becoming a grief recovery specialist helping people what they think is impossible. I trained as a transformational coach at the accredited Animas Centre for Coaching in order to widen my expertise and reach out to more people in need. Currently, I am a part-time Ph.D. student at Roehampton University, Head of People and Culture at Georgian House Hotel, a student counselor at Irie Dance Theatre Company, and developing my own practice and growing my private practice face to face near London Bridge and online.



‘You can not stop the waves but you can learn how to surf.’ (Jon Kabat-Zinn)