We are so constituted that we can gain intense pleasure only from the contrast, and only very little from the condition itself.
I am Márk Bérdi, PhD and Clinical Psychologist.
I recieved my psychology MA diploma in 2006 at Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, majoring in personality and cognitive psychology. Following this, in 2012 I defended my doctoral thesis.
Between 2010 and 2017 I worked at the Psychiatry and Crisis Intervention Unit of Péterfy Sándor Street Hospital-Clinic, where my job included the individual psychotherapy of both in- and out-patients suffering from anxiety, mood, and personality disorders. Since our Unit was specialized in crisis intervention, I treated people in suicidal crisis, following a suicide attempt.
From 2017, in private practice I do psychoanalitically oriented psychotherapy.