About Zsolt

Hi there and thank you for visiting.
Almost everyone goes through difficult phrase/s at least once in life time when it becomes too hard to cope alone. As a bilingual Integrative counsellor and psychotherapist, I have worked with people who suffered from anxiety, depression, eating disorder, abuse, trauma, bereavement, low self-esteem, anger just to name a few. Prior to my studies I have worked in the field of mental health for about 5 years that allowed me to see many struggles and narratives, sometimes to the extremes (such as forensic). I offer counselling either in English or Hungarian (or indeed in a mixed of the two) in a culture-sensitive way. 
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Zsolt's Rates

In Person

£45.00 (Individual)
£120.00 (Couples)


£45.00 (Individual)
£120.00 (Couples)


£45.00 (Individual)
£120.00 (Couples)

Get to Know Zsolt

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I was 17 when accidently found a psychology book and since, my appetite just kept growing for more knowledge even after finishing my second degree in it. This psycho-drive never stopped and being able to help people who struggle is indeed rewarding.

Why do you think integrative therapy is the most effective form of therapy?

In Integrative approach I work with a combination of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Person-Centred Approach and Attachment theory. I believe these theoretical backgrounds are the most important elements for understanding human behaviour and to make sense of ourselves.

How would you describe your therapy session & approach?

As an integrative therapist, we start to work at the symptomatic level identifying triggers and difficulties that seem to be hard to handle, and later as we progress we will be able to work at deeper levels whereby we start to make sense of relationships, identity and early experience.

What are your Top 3 professional achievements so far?

-BSc in Psychology -MSc in Integrative counselling and psychotherapy -Being able to offer therapy in two languages: English and Hungarian in respect of culture-sensitivity