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I am Éva Pataki MD, licenced Hungarian Psychiatrist. I am offering you a highly professional, and confidential service that might include counselling and psychotherapy depending on the nature of your problem.

My services are offered both in English and in Hungarian. I enjoy working with adults, and adolescents.

I was trained in medicine at the Budapest Medical University. I received my specialization in psychiatry in 2003,and I completed my training in psychotherapy in 2005.

After the completion of my studies I worked on an acute psychiatric ward for six years (1999-2005), specialized for depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, life crises. Subsequently I worked in Telki Private Hospital from 2008-2013.

I was lucky enough to spend two years in England (2013-15) working for Tees, Esk, Wear and Valleys Foundation Trust, providing psychiatric service in the community.

I mainly practice short dinamic, analytic oriented therapy. I’ve been running my private practice since 2001.

I am looking forward to hearing from you.

To make an appointment please call:
(+36) 70 337 8364

My services

As to which service is best for you depends on the nature of your problem and the type of personality you have.


There are certain situations in life (e.g.family and job related conflicts) when one might feel it is too hard to think clearly or make decisions. Friends cannot always be at help in most efficient way. it might be a good idea to turn to a professional helper.
Counselling consists of 1-5 sessions aiming at getting out of the blockage, to find your own solutions. The goal of counselling is always to improve the quality of your life and to improve your capacity and coping strategies.

About psychotherapy in general

A psychotherapist will support patients to initiate desirable changes in the patient's thoughts, feelings, and behaviour that will serve him/her to improve the quality of life. Psychotherapists provide treatment in individual and group settings. After gathering information and completing a problem assessment, a psychotherapist will define a course of treatment that meets the specific needs of an individual, couple or family. The course of treatment will usually consist of consecutive psychotherapy sessions, working toward a defined goal in mind. In a psychotherapy session, the psychotherapist will encourage verbal dialogue between the client and him/herself. The therapist provides a safe and supportive environment for creative problem solving and self-exploration on a wide range of issues.

Psychotherapy might address
  • Relationship issues, loss, separation, divorce, marital counseling.
  • Women's issues
  • PTSD
  • A broad range of mood disorders, such as depression, bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety disorders, including generalised anxiety and panic disorder