Krisztina Csapo

Online mental health counsellor specialized in grief, self-coach, Grief Educator
Degree in Online mental health counseling (Karoli Gaspar University), Grief Educator certified by David Kessler, Self-Coach (IACM-CSC)





Types of Methods

• Psychology - Psychotherapy - Counseling
• Coaching - Transformation - Philosophy

Working with

• Self-Guided
• One to one, personal
• Groups, teams and organisations

Solymár, Hungary

I am a “grief walker” and Grief Educator (certified by David Kessler). As the admin of the Deep Adaptation Hungary Facebook group (with 15,000+ members), I have been supporting people struggling with climate grief and climate anxiety in the spirit of Deep Adaptation. I am convinced that the world as we know it is going to change significantly in a very short time, and not in the direction we dream of. I believe that the destruction of nature and the lost vision of the future are real losses, and the grief felt over them is real, legitimate, and can be dealt with. Those who go through this process not only become more resilient, but can also support those around them in the future when the changes can no longer be denied. With all due respect to those who have the courage to face this.

Climate grief (or ecological grief) is a relatively new area of grief, a term that has only been around for a few years, and can be considered disenfranchised grief, meaning that those who struggle with it receive very little support from the environment, even though many are experiencing real loss as a result of the news of dying ecosystems and species extinction. Others are distressed by the loss of a vision of the future, and also find it difficult to share their concerns with others, since much of society is still in denial. I strongly believe in the power of support groups, but I am also there if someone needs individual support. I offer a special 10-session program to walk through the grief process with a small group (4-8 group members) – beyond grief work, it also includes tips on how to use Deep Adaptation as a coping strategy in everyday life to reduce anxiety. I am happy to share my experiences with professionals and have a workshop designed especially for them on how to help.

My approach is holistic, inspired by Rudolf Steiner and Carl Rogers, and in terms of grief, by David Kessler. Climate grief can be traumatic and transformative – I understand this well. I do not see myself as a healer or helper – walking and sitting with grievers is a service and a privilege.


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Grief Work

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