In 2015-2016, investigates in the framework of the long-term program Chosen Family—Private Utopias the models and norms of the family, society’s smallest unit. Part of the program was a workshop series titled Psychological Recycling, Or Is There an Adulthood That is Not Mean to Children? with therapist Péter Szil. The topics of the four workshops:
- May 9, 2015: The Original Family: Misfortune or Chance? (read more here).
- November 7, 2015: School-Home-Life: Learning Does Not Equal Teaching (read more here).
- January 30, 2016: Here Inside is the Suffering, Out There The Explanation: Outside Help to Becoming an Adult (read more here).
- April 9, 2016: Family ⇾ Good Family ⇾ Better Family ⇾ Community: The Chosen Family (read more here).

17 June 2014

 – Participation at the stakeholder meeting organized by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) at its premises in Vienna to discuss the topic of the role of men in combatting violence against women. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the results of FRA's VAW survey and to identify promising practices in response to the role of men in fighting violence against women. This meeting brought together approximately 15 experts and practitioners in this field.

The meeting was one of the follow-up activities of the FRA EU-wide survey report on violence against women which was launched in March 2014. The survey was based on face-to-face interviews with 42,000 women, who were asked about their experiences of physical, sexual and psychological violence, including incidents of intimate partner violence ('domestic violence').

Practitioner of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music since 2000, Fellow of the Association of Music and Imagery since 2004.

Founder of the Stop Male Violence Project in Hungary in 2004.