Mr Szabolcs Galvolgyi

Mr Szabolcs Galvolgyi


Counselling, Psychotherapy 30049419


  • Fee assured
Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Counselling
  • Psychotherapy


  • Face-to-face consultations
  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

Welcome and thank you for your interest!

My name is Szabolcs - I know, it sounds like a difficult name; don't worry if you don't know how to pronounce it.

I am a fully qualified therapist; a graduate member of the British Psychological Society, and an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology, a Master of Science degree in counselling psychology, and I have been attending further training ever since.

I feel the most confident when working with adults and adolescents (over the age of 12).

Please note, I offer therapy face-to-face, online (usually via Zoom), and over the telephone. For face-to-face sessions, I normally liaise with medical centres about their room availability.


I offer my therapeutic services to women as well as to men, and in addition to working with the below difficulties, I also have significant experience in working with individuals who live away from their home (whether it is in their home country or away from it), and who experience loneliness.

Women often reach out to me who frequently experience anxiety, low mood, and depression. I also work with women who experienced domestic violence from current or previous partners; who recognised narcissistic traits in their current or previous partners, or perhaps in their family members; who find it difficult to process a loss of a relationship/break up; who grieve the loss of a family member, a friend, or perhaps another loss; who feel isolated; who feel lonely; who feel that they are not 'good-enough', and who experience low self-esteem and self-confidence, which may not allow them to do what they would like to do in their life.

Men do experience difficulties in life as well, but culturally they are more likely to be taught to "just get on with it", in my opinion. This approach does not necessarily allow them to be vulnerable, or certainly not in front of others - as a man, I acknowledge how difficult it may be to make the first step to reach out for support. I often work with men who struggle with the recognition, identification and expression of their own emotions, which could have an undesirable impact on their family life, friendships, romantic relationships, and their work-life. I also work with men who may experience anxiety in many different situations (e.g., in social situations or in a romantic context, such as a fear that their partner will leave them), which could lead to low mood, depression, low self-esteem, and low self-confidence as well. Additionally, I work with men who had a difficult upbringing, and/or they have a complicated relationship with their family, or who have a complicated relationship with their romantic partner. I also work with men who experience loneliness, which at times could lead to difficult thoughts, such as ending their own life. Other difficulties I can support you with are impulsivity and anger-management issues.


I work with adolescents who experience anxiety occasionally or very frequently; ranging from anxieties that they can cope with to panic-attacks that they may find very difficult to handle. Their experiences of anxiety may lead to low mood, lack of motivation, and changes in their sleep hygiene and diet. I also frequently work with young people who experience relationship difficulties (whether it is related to their family or social life), and who may isolate themselves from others. I support teenagers with emotional literacy difficulties as well (those who may find it difficult to recognise, identify, and open up about their emotions). I can also support those young people who are considering or are hurting themselves (self-harm), and who may consider ending their own life (also known as suicidal ideation/thoughts).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I will do what I can to answer them for you.

With all the best wishes,


Areas of interest

As mentioned above, I feel the most confident when working with adults and adolescents (over the age of 12).

Presenting conditions I have significant experience working with:

loneliness; anxiety (e.g., in social situations or in a romantic context); low mood; depression (e.g., lack of motivation, sleep impairment, and changes in diet); domestic violence; loss and bereavement; low self-esteem and self-confidence; emotional literacy issues (e.g., difficulty with the recognition, identification, and expression of emotions); difficult childhood experiences; suicidal ideation; self-harming behaviour; impulsivity, and anger-management issues.

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Procedures completed

  • AA808

    Counselling session - (5-50)

  • AA034

    Psychotherapy session - (5-50)

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