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    Introduction

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    If you are confused, embarrassed and angry at the same time... If you wonder what's wrong with you? Your loved one keeps thinking you have to be fixed: you're too sensitive, you'r too ignorant, you're too anything, but not "The Royal Highness"...

    Have you ever thought about that it's maybe not you?

    Have you ever thought about that your loved one makes you feel like it?

    It is possible.

    I see wonderful people who come to me first with doubts and embarrassment that they are faulty. They think they are not good enough this or that way - rather more ways.

    They are frustrated because the more they invest into their relationship, the least appreciation they get.

    When we dig deeper into their personality, we see high level of kindness, generosity, putting other's needs before their own, and the like. Slowly, very slowly the picture of Emotional Manipulation emerges.

    Emotional Manipulation is a slow and steady double base communication process in which one partner controls the other one's behavior by inducing guilt, shame or anxiety. In order to avoid those pressing feelings, the latter partner does whatever the first partner wants.

    For the reason of maintaining the control, s/he evokes the negative feelings regularly.

    Guilt, shame, anxiety; these feelings have tremendous toll in anyone's emotional life, but first and foremost their Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence.

    Because of the control of the other, they feel helpless, and hopeless.

    But there is help!

    There is hope!

    Learn about what you can do against it!

    Emotional Manipulation

    What style of Psychotherapy do you practice?

    I follow the path of Jungian Analytic Psychology. I like to see behind the surface and find the root causes of the problem, and enjoy discovering the unconscious tendencies. I love dream-work.

     It is important to acknowledge both the creative and the destructive side, but that doesn’t mean let ourselves be dominated by the negatives. Our conscious attitude towards it determines how it relates to us. If we are hostile, rejective, judgmental, it would show its negative side in form of illnesses, symptoms, or other type of destruction. If we handle our unconscious friendly, with acceptance and understanding, it will show itself as creative energy in the form of different arts, creative solutions or helping dreams.

    I also find very useful to differentiate and bring awareness to the emotional - rational side of certain events that often contradicts each other. Integrating these sides brings clarity and calm to the psyche and grounds well considered decisions.

    Whenever it is necessary I work with other modalities as well.

    Emotional Manipulation Issues are calling for Cognitive Behavioral approach with Psychological Education - Training elements. If I need I use Psychodramatic - rehearsal as well.

    I often use Relaxation and Guided Imagery technique mostly in case of anxiety or other type of tension, and as a preparation for desired change.

    In cases when childhood trauma or neglect has an obvious effect on the person, I used many times Inner Child Exercises with success.

    I love Flexibility in my work. I think psychotherapy is most effective if it is actively accomodates the very different history - values - personality - needs and issues of people, the different cultural backgrounds and the ever changing human circumstances.

    I am quite flexible with my schedule as well.

    How long is a typical Psychotherapy session?

    50-60 minutes

    Describe a typical Psychotherapy session:

    Jung stated a complex (contradictory feelings-thoughts-evaluations) attention drawing power is so strong, that even if you give a person a Russian Menu Card and ask him to associate on it freely, within 10 steps he would end up at his complex.

    Therefore I let the person I am talking to lead the conversation until the point when I begin to feel the overall picture, and then begin to interact with questions, clarifications, sharing my feelings, hunches, opinion, suggesting interpretation maybe new behaviors.

    We work together on what would be best solution for the given problem; we work together the goals and the technique we use to reach that goal.

    Therapy is an emotionally, rationally very active fluid and flexible collaboration about reaching the goal that the person in therapy set up for him/herself, sometime with the encouragement and support from the therapist.

    How often do clients come for a Psychotherapy session?

    It depends on the person, the problem, the stage of the problem, the circumstances and the finances.

    In an active working period weekly sessions can be effective enough working on the issue.

    In stress I am happy to offer more frequent appointments.

    Some people find it enough to come every 2 or 3 weeks.

    There some people who just jump by every couple of months.

    Is Psychotherapy covered by any insurance or extended medical coverage in your area? If so, which?

    I have contract with:

    First Choice

    United Health

    Aetna

    Group Health

    Regence

    Other insurance comanies usually cover part of the fee as "Out Of Network Provider".

    Professional Training

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    MY CREDENTIALS

    Licenced Mental Health Counselor WA
    Private Practice (LH 60159659)

    Ph.D ABD in Ethology
    University of Eötvös Lóránt, Budapest
    Communication between Blinds and thier guide Dog

    MA in Psychology
    University of Eötvös Lóránt, Budapest

    Supervisor for Social Workers
    Family Centrum IX District Budapest

    C.G.Jung Theoretical Seminar
    Hungarian Complex Psychotherapy Association

    Volunteer Field Study Kenya
    Daily Activity Pattern of Waterbuck

    Psychotherapist
    St Rókus Hospital Budapest

    "Drog Stop"
    Telephone Counselor

    Educator, Foster Home
    Budapest, Hungary

    BA Music Teacher
    Pécs, Hungary

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    Phone: 1(425) 280 2643

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    Mukilteo, Washington, United States

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