English speaking couples therapist in Budapest?

Hello, would anyone be able to recommend an English-speaking couples/marriage therapist in the Budapest area?  thank you!

Good evening, I consider myself one.
Just a quick question: whose idea was it: hers or his?
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Thank you for the response

What I find interesting, is the US Embassy in Austria lists quite a few English speaking family and couple therapists at their US Citizen services medical page (but of course, being on-line anyone can reference this list and use it):

https://at.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-se … ssistance/ (expand the "English Speaking Doctors" list at the bottom)

But nothing regarding family or couple counseling at the US Embassy for Hungary.

Makes me wonder if there are any worth recommending in Hungary.....

If the marriage is worth saving, maybe a short intercity train trip is worth it.

I agree, how about a good bottle of bubbly and a long stay at a spa? Sounds good to me.
I would never allow some stranger to get into our heads just because they got a degree from where ever.
I would first have to grill them about their relationships and how it worked out for them before giving money to someone who's motives may not be coming from love but from greed.
When I was 12 years old and a rebel from
hades with my parents, my step-dads' insurance paid for me to see a mental health specialist.
My parents thought way back then in the 1960's that they were being "modern" and looking out for my best interests.
Dang, I sat down with a pedo( in my mind) some middle aged man who's very first words out of his sick pervo mouth were, " So, How's your sex life?" Great, just great what a thing to say to a innocent pure little girl of age 12 from a man to a little child? Sicko...
Of course I clammed up and didn't trust him for a second. Was so embarrassed I couldn't even tell my parents what he said, wish I had the nerve because I know my step- dad would of broken into his office and clocked him.
No, way do I trust a head shrinker ... If you don't feel it then leave the relationship but first take a vacation in a peaceful place without anyone bothering you and talk. Good luck. Advice from someone who has been married 40 years and in the relationship for 43 long years.No degree but life experience.
PS, the doc said I was the normal one in the family!! ha, ha,not so sure he knew his stuff after all...
One thing for sure, don't listen to friends or family, the two of you know what is really going on, who's in "power" and who is the follower.
In our many years together believe me, it has not always been easy but if people are seriously committed to a relationship then they will find a way if it is meant to be.
Outsiders often tend to feed one person's ego and make it seem the other person is wrong for them, listen to your heart and remember why you wanted that person in your life in the first place.
We try to be one with our partner but no one can honestly be 100% part of another person, we have to give and take and know when not to break another person's soul or spirit because once you do that you lose all trust.
Dang maybe I should open up my own practice... No,these pro's just want to extend the misery and make money. You made a commitment and try your hardest to see it to the end.
Like the old saying goes, if you can't play the piano, don't go buy another one, learn on the one you have, or some such saying... Try to remember what it was the other person had that made you want to live and be with them. No one is perfect, every relationship has it's personal issues.

klsallee :

What I find interesting, is the US Embassy in Austria lists quite a few English speaking family and couple therapists at their US Citizen services medical page (but of course, being on-line anyone can reference this list and use it):

https://at.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-se … ssistance/ (expand the "English Speaking Doctors" list at the bottom)

But nothing regarding family or couple counseling at the US Embassy for Hungary.

Makes me wonder if there are any worth recommending in Hungary.....

If the marriage is worth saving, maybe a short intercity train trip is worth it.

There is a new bus service between Bucharest and Vienna  €9 https://www.regiojet.com/en/

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