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I spent my childhood years in Hungary, and moved to the United States at the age of 16. I received my M.A. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary, a graduate division of Ashland University, Ohio. I am a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the Hungarian Society for Sexology, and the Hungarian Association of Coaching Professionals. I have provided mentoring and support for senior executives, as well as individual and relationship counseling for over 15 years.     

I love the human soul, but not so I can pry into it. My goal is to uplift, strengthen and encourage the soul, while we also reason, discover and create something new together. I believe there is a solution both to my own life and the problems that are brought to me. I also believe that personal development and blossoming is indeed possible, albeit sometimes only through struggle. One of my role models is Paul Brand, a world-renowned hand surgeon who discovered that leprosy is not skin tissue damage, but the loss of pain sensation. It was his achievements that have inspired me in my quest for understanding people, searching for solutions and finding life.

My coaching motto for senior executives

...for the person is the key to leadership

„People are not problems to be solved. They are mysteries to be explored.” (Eugene H. Peterson)

We cannot pour wine from an empty barrel. Though we may install a brand new tap or pound on it endlessly, no wine will come from it. However, if we fill it to the brim it can once again serve its intended purpose: giving wine to the thirsty. And therein lies my own mission: to help people replenish their reserves.

Problem solving constitutes the largest part of our professional lives, and requires a healthy psyche. I am convinced that only well-balanced leaders can properly fulfill their purpose of creating with fresh vision and novel ideas, and acting with renewed strength.

Insight is a key skill for senior executives, which helps them recognize the motivations and interests, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of others, and the potential for success or failure. However, no one is able to identify these in others until they have faced it in themselves. Self-knowledge, self-development and good interpersonal skills are required for leaders to be able to create and steer successfully.

It is my professional belief that only people with a firm personal identity and personal credibility can remain successful in the long run, for “no one is obliged to become a great person, it is in itself a worthy achievement to act as human beings at all”.

(Camus)