My name is Anikó Horváth, I am a crisis counseling psychologist. I obtained my diploma at Károli Gáspár Reformed University, and I completed my vocational training at ELTE PPK; both times I wrote my thesis on the subject of the 2010 red mud disaster. My interest in disaster psychology led to trauma-focused work. In the beginning, I worked with children, then I got a job at a non-governmental organization, supporting people who have become victims of crimes (most often women who have experienced domestic violence). I am currently working with refugee families from Ukraine in a project implemented in cooperation with the Trauma Center and Terre des Hommes, which is a new challenge and opportunity for me, for which I am very grateful. In addition, I am a high school psychologists and I teach psychology in an international baccalaureate program.