My background is in psychology, but I worked in marketing until 2017, when I had my child. My daughter was born at 28 weeks. The tireless care, full of worry and hope, the two months in the NICU and meeting Orsi Tóth had a huge impact on me. It was then that I realised that this was my path. I became very sensitive to premature babies, to their problems and those of their parents, and I have experienced and seen for myself how much they need help, information and support.
That's why I passed the International Board of Lactation Counsaltant (IBCLC) exam in 2020. At the same time, I also completed the Lactation Counsellor training at Semmelweis University. Currently I work in the neonatal and premature intensive care unit of the Péterfy Sándor Street Hospital. From my previous work experience I can use my systemic thinking, process thinking and problem solving skills, while my psychological knowledge helps me in counselling and problem solving. In addition, my personal and professional work with Orsi has taught me that this stage of life requires a particularly sensitive human presence and attunement to mother and baby. I strive to be present with families in this way.