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2022 – 2025.

BEÁTA DÁVID

Sociologist; Professor;
Director of the Insitute of Mental Health, Semmelweis University (Hungary) 

 

 

 

Professional Career

Beáta Dávid is a professor and director of the Institute of Mental Health since 2013. Coordinator of the sociological doctorate program of Mental Health Sciences and vice-dean of Scientific and Educational Affairs at the Faculty of Health and Public Services of Semmelweis University. She is also a lecturer at the Faculty of Education and Psychology, Eötvös Loránd University. She is the research chair at the Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence. Since 2011 she is the president of HUNNET, Hungarian Network for Social Network Analysis, and the board chair of Home Start Hungary since 2016.

She holds an MA Degree in Sociology and in English Language and Literature, and graduated at Eötvös Loránd University in 1992. Her research interests include social network analysis, social capital, sociology of health, family, and ethnicity; wrote several books and papers, so far three published in Social Networks, one of the most prestigious journals in social network analysis.

She was in the Editorial Board of EJMH since her directorship at the Institute. She is determined that EJMH will be scored higher and reach an IF in a few years. To reach this goal she applies for all kinds of support, in 2022 for the first time she succeeded to get a significant subsidy from Semmelweis University to renew the journal. She believes in teamwork and she tries to encourage it through her editorial decisions to promote the development of the journal.

Her main research interests:
• social network analysis
• sociology of family
• interpersonal relationships

 

2015 – 2023.

JOZEF CORVELEYN
Clinical psychologist; Professor Emeritus;
KU Leuven, University of Leuven (Belgium)  

 

 

 

Areas of Research

  • psychoanalysis
  • psychology of religion
  • psychological factors in situations of extreme vulnerability (poverty, family violence, structural violence)

Professional Career

  • PhD in psychology (KU Leuven, 1983)
  • Emeritus professor of clinical psychology (psychoanalysis) and psychology of religion at the KU Leuven (Belgium) and retired professor of psychology of religion at the Free University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • Dr. hon. c. at Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary) and honorary professor at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (Lima, Peru) and Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (Lima, Peru)

2006 – 2014.

NORBERT METTE 
Professor of Religious Pedagogy and Practical Theology
Dortmund University, Institute of Catholic Theology (Germany)
Honorary Doctor of Fribourg University (Switzerland)

 

 

 

Areas of Research

  • methodology of practical theology
  • pastoral theology
  • religious pedagogy
  • social pastoral studies

Professional Public Activity

  • fellow of the European Society for Catholic Theology
  • member of the Workshop for Religious Pedagogy and Catechesis
  • member of the Conference of German-Speaking Pastoral Theologians
  • fellow of the International Academy of Practical Theology
  • since 2002, cooperation with the Semmelweis University Institute of Mental Health, Budapest

 

Honorary Editors-in-chief

JOZEF CORVELEYN
Clinical psychologist; Professor Emeritus;
KU Leuven, University of Leuven (Belgium)  

 

 

 

Areas of Research

  • psychoanalysis
  • psychology of religion
  • psychological factors in situations of extreme vulnerability (poverty, family violence, structural violence)

Professional Career

  • PhD in psychology (KU Leuven, 1983)
  • Emeritus professor of clinical psychology (psychoanalysis) and psychology of religion at the KU Leuven (Belgium) and retired professor of psychology of religion at the Free University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • Dr. hon. c. at Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary) and honorary professor at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (Lima, Peru) and Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (Lima, Peru)

 

TEODÓRA TOMCSÁNYI 
Clinical psychologist, psychotherapist; Professor Emerita

Semmelweis University, Institute of Mental Health, Budapest (Hungary)

 

 

 

 

Areas of Research

  • mental health and historical past (dictatorship)
  • intercultural shame and guilt research
  • efficiency of adult education
  • authority research
  • spirituality and society

Professional Public Activity

  • organiser of the first official ‘western’ psychotherapy training (psychodrama training) before the political changes (1981)
  • developer and initiator (1987) of interdisciplinary postgraduate mental health education
  • initiator and developer of the concept of a specialised qualifying program in ecumenical spiritual counselling integrated into a university curriculum (from 1998)
  • founding member and first president, and currently member, of the Hungarian Psychodrama Association
  • formerly deputy secretary, and currently member, of the Hungarian Psychiatric Association
  • former president of the Education Committee of the National Chamber of Hungarian Family Assistants
  • founding member and president of the Hungarian Society for Pastoral Psychology
  • member, trainer and supervisor of international and Hungarian psychotherapy associations (group analysis, psychodrama, psychoanalysis, family therapy)
  • editor of six book series