Author of the book The Ecopsychological Paradigm (2019), developer of Participative Walks, founder and leader of the Hungarian Ecopsychology Institute, IES representative for Hungary.
She has degrees in biology, ecology and psychology.
She is running Nature Facilitator trainings, working as a counselling psychologist, and teaches ecopsychology at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.
She is working in the field of ecopsychology since 2013. After an 8-year work in this area she also completed the Certificate in Ecopsychology online programme at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is also a licensed ecotherapist and a Work That Reconnects Facilitator.
International Ecopsychology Society - IES is a non-profit association that brings together professionals from different fields, committed to personal, relational and environmental awareness. The association aims to support, disseminate and promote Ecopsychology, its applications and the professional figure of the Ecotuner.