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My name is Andras Keleti. I am a psychologist and cognitive hypnotherapist practicing in London and in Milton Keynes. I provide individual therapy for people who feel stuck with a personal problem, who feel inhibited by some difficulty, or just feel the need to improve themselves in certain areas of their lives.
My general aim is to help clients reinforce and act on their personal values and life-philosophies, so that their actions and feelings in everyday life will reflect what is important and rewarding for them, not what is restraining them. We can’t avoid bad days and bad feelings, but we can avoid getting stuck in them and letting them blur our focus on living life along our values and priorities. My goal is to assist clients in keeping this focus (that is always highly personal) and explore how we can deal with the things that sometimes make it difficult to pursue these personal priorities.
The most important thing I have learned from my work experience in psychiatric rehabilitation is the astounding capacity of human beings to adapt, to improve themselves, to find meaning and pleasure, notwithstanding illness and serious past adversities. In my work, I aim to build upon this intrinsic capacity and provide clients with psychological tools they can use whenever in life they face challenges and feel the need to access their resources to help themselves.
Bachelor’s degree in psychology with the qualification of: Human Behaviour Analyst
Károli Gáspár University of
the Reformed Church:
Master’s degree in Clinical and Health Psychology with the qualification of: Psychologist with an Ma degree
The UK College of
Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy:
Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy
World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation