Welcome to my website. Here I intend to present the different themes which have been keeping me busy for the last circa 40 years*. The site is made up of virtually four homepages. These do not contain the same material in four different languages, but primarily reflect my activities and the dominant themes in them in the respective countries. Although some issues are more interrelated than others, all are intertwined in my personal and professional experience, so, faced with the difficulty of grouping them, I did opt for naming them in alphabetical order.
I was born in Hungary in 1951, where I studied to become a historian. After an adventurous escape from Hungary in 1974 I was received as a political refugee in Sweden, which became the birthcountry of my adult self. It was there and in the US that I trained first in different forms of natural medicine, and later as a psychotherapist. During the late 1970s I was one of the initiators of the profeminist men’s groups in Sweden aimed at the self-critical deconstruction of the male role.
In the beginning of the 1990s I moved to Spain because of health and family reasons. Besides my clinical work as a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer of professionals I’m active in theoretical and practical endeavors on the societal level aimed at the implementation of equality between women and men, and the eradication of all kinds of violence against women and children.
The youngest of my three already grown up children, who was born in Sweden and spent her childhood in Spain, decided to move to Budapest in 2000, when she was 14 years old, in order to pursue her musical studies there. The joyful obligation of taking care of her made Hungary the main site of my life again. Ever since then I have lived as a kind of commuter between countries, combining an intensive professional activity in Spain with regular stays of both private and professional character in Hungary, and shorter cultural sojourns in Sweden.