Éva Hadházi, PhD

Dr. Hadházi is a psychologist, a family and couple therapist, mother-fetus bonding analyst and university associate professor at the Institute of Psychology in the Department of Developmental Psychology at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary. The characteristics of the relationships of parents expecting their baby are in the focus of her research activity. Her scientific publications have been released mainly in this field, including topics such as prenatal bonding, intimacy in a partnership, adult attachment, relationship satisfaction, social support etc.(https://btk.kre.hu/index.php/hadhazi-eva). As a practitioner, she works with couples and families during the pre- and perinatal period using relaxation, mother-fetus bonding analysis and cooperative consulting. She helps her clients to be able to overcome their blockings to build a harmonic relationship both with their unborn child and with the extended family. Being a mother of 3 children, she is committed to helping couples and families in a pre- and perinatal period. She is a board member of the Hungarian Society of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine (HSPPPM board) and is one of the leaders of the accredited two-year prenatal bonding analyst postgraduate course. She leads the HSPPPM’s working group of Mother-Fetus Bonding Analysis.

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