Sometimes we can feel stuck. Whatever the reason is, usually there is a dramatic change in our world, and the sense of certainity, security can be easily lost or shaken.
We can also feel that without any reason something isn't right in our lives. Something is missing. We would like to find meaning, purpose, or simply we feel that everything is running around us and we don't even know where we are. We would like to stop or slow down but we don't know how we could do that.
We all can reach a point in our lives when we would like to change ourselves or the situation, when we would like to become someone else, to develop, explore, really live, not just survive every day.
Sometimes we need a person who will listen to us, who understands us, who accepts us, who asks us about some really important questions.
I graduated as a psychologist with specialization in clinical and health psychology (MA). I will be shortly finishing my PhD studies. My research interest includes emotion regulation, psychological flexibility, experiential avoidance.
I find it very important to pay attention to my personal and professional development, in order to be there with my whole being to support others. I believe in the complex connection of mind, body and soul. For me, emotions are like compasses in our lives. By exploring and accepting their messages we can get along and find a better way. I am here to listen to you, to explore your opportunities towards a better future, a new way to go. I truly believe everyone is capable of changing his/her life for the better. Everyone deserves a place where she/he can grow personally and contribute to the world, but we also have to take steps and make decisions to arrive to that special place.
Szemenyei Eszter, psychologist (MA)
Mobile: +36 70 379 5023
During the psychological consultation I work with mentally and physically healthy individuals in order to help them to solve their current issues in their everyday life. I am not trained to give psychotherapy, or work with physically or mentally ill individuals. In case your problem is not at the level of my competency I will refer you to a professional (a psychiatrist or a clinical psychologist) who is allowed to work with you based on the Hungarian law 1997. year CLIV (health care law).
Dentale, F., Vecchione, M., Ghezzi, V. , Spagnolo, G.; Szemenyei, E.; Barbaranelli, C. Beyond an Associative Conception of Automatic Self-Evaluations: Applying the Relational Responding Task to Measure Self-Esteem. Psychol Rec (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40732-020-00392-4
Kocsel, N., Köteles, F., Szemenyei, E., Szabó, E., Galambos, A., Kökönyei, Gy. (2019). The association between perseverative cognition and resting heart rate variability: A focus on state ruminative thoughts. Biological Psychology, 145, 124-133. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2019.04.004
Szemenyei, E., Reinhardt, M., Szabó, E., Szabó, K.-G., Urbán, R., Harvey, S. T., Morgan, A., Demetrovics, Zs., Kökönyei, G. (2018). Measuring Psychological Inflexibility in Children and Adolescents: Evaluating the Avoidance and Fusion Questionnaire for Youth. Assessment, 1073191118796558. https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191118796558
Szemenyei, E., Kocsel, N., Örkényi, Á., & Kökönyei, G. (2018). Érzelemszabályozás és szívritmus-variabilitás. Neuropsychopharmacologia Hungarica, 20(2.), 46-58. http://epa.oszk.hu/02400/02454/00070/pdf/EPA02454_neuropsychopharmacologia_hungarica_2018_2_046-058.pdf
Kökönyei, Gy., Józan, A., Morgan, A., Szemenyei, E., Urbán, R., Reinhardt, M., Demetrovics, Zs. (2015): Perseverative thoughts and subjective health complaints in adolescence: Mediating effects of perceived stress and negative affects. Psychology and Health, 9; 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2015.1007982
Szemenyei, E., Reinhardt M., Szabó K-G. Kökönyei, Gy. (2016). Assessment of Psychological Inflexibility: Testing the Measurement Model Across Age Groups. CERE Conference, 6-7 July 2016., Leiden, Netherlands.
Szemenyei, E., Reinhardt, M., Kökönyei, Gy. (2016). Measuring Psychological Inflexibility in Children and Adolescents: The Psychometric Evaluation of the Avoidance and Fusion Questionnaire for Youth. XXV. National Scientific Congress of the Hungarian Psychological Association, Budapest, Hungary.
Szemenyei, E., Reinhardt, M., Kökönyei, Gy. (2015). Experiential avoidance beyond externalizing and internalizing symptoms.1st International Congress of Clinical and Health Psychology with Children and Adolescents, Madrid, Spain.
Szemenyei, E., Józan, A., Szabó, E., Galambos, A., Kocsel, N., Eisinger, A., Magi, A., Kökönyei, Gy. (2015). How implicit anxiety contributes to experiential avoidance and emotion regulation difficulties. Emotion 2015: 6th International Conference on Emotions, Well-being and Health, Tilburg, Netherlands.
Szemenyei, E., Józan, A., Szabó, E., Galambos, A., Kocsel, N., Eisinger, A., Magi, A., Kökönyei, Gy. (2015). Experiential avoidance and its connection to implicit and explicit anxiety. XXIV. National Scientific Congress of the Hungarian Psychological Association, Eger, Hungary.
Szemenyei, E., Reinhardt, M, Kökönyei, Gy. (2014). Experiential avoidance in the background of externalizing and internalizing problems in adolescents. XIII. National Scientific Congress of the Hungarian Psychological Association, Targu Mures, Romania.
Szemenyei, E., Kökönyei, Gy. (2013). Experiential avoidance and well-being among school-aged children. XII. National Scientific Congress of the Hungarian Psychological Association, Budapest, Hungary.