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Personal Details
Date of Birth:    1964.11.15
Profession:    General Psychiatrist, Child-Psychiatrist, anthropologist
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Career History:
•    From November 1997 to date: Lecturer, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Semmelweis University, Budapest. Main duties: work at the psychotherapy clinic, teaching Medical Anthropology, Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics, involvement in ongoing research projects.
•    From September 2008 to date:  PhD Student, Department of Social Anthropology, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh. Research topic: Multilingualism and Mental Health Provisions
•    Intermittently from 2005 to date: Locum Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom
•    From 2000 to 2005 (part time) and 2010: Psychiatrist and Lead Clinician at ‘Kékpont’ Substance Misuse Consultation Centre. Main duties: direct clinical care, leading the clinical team, participating in the community liaison team
•    From 1999 to 2001 (part time): Child Psychiatrist, Health Service of the Municipality of District 19th, Budapest
•    From 1998 to 2004: Contracted Lecturer (part time), Faculty of Cultural Anthropology, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest
•    From 1994 to 1995: Medical Education Co-Coordinator, Médicens du Monde France, Mission Guatemala. Duties: Responsible for training of promoters of health (local health assistants) and consultant allocated to promoter associations.
•    From December 1989 to October 1997: Resident in Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry, National Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, Budapest

Professional Qualifications:
•    1993-1998 Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest,    Cultural Anthropology
•    1993-1997 National Speciality Licence Board, Budapest, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
•    1988-1995 National Speciality Licence Board, Budapest, Psychotherapy
•    1989-1993 National Speciality Licence Board, Budapest, General Psychiatry    
•    1983-1989 Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest, General Medicine

Some Courses and Training:
-    2006 Section 12(2) of Mental Health Act 1983, Newcastle upon Tyne
-    2001 Interpersonal Therapy Course (Edinburgh) by The Cullen Centre, Royal Edinburgh Hospital and The Department of Psychiatry, University of Edinburgh.
-    1997 (Kőszeg) and 1995 (Paris) workshops of European Association for Transcultural Group Analysis.
-    1995 and 1993 Trans-European Management Seminars (Tavistock Method) in Coesfeld, Germany by Bergische Univerisitat, Wuppertal and Lancester University, The Management School.
-    1991-1995 Family Therapy training organized by the Hungarian Family Therapy Association
-    1990-1993 General psychotherapy training at the “Tündérhegy” Pschyoterapy Centre
-    1988-1994 Group-Analysis training by the Hungarian Group-Analysis Training Society.

Languages spoken:
good: Hungarian, English, Spanish, Italian
fair: German, Portuguese, Mauritian Creole
basic: Hindi, Indonesian