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Judit Vegh

Intercultural Psychology Expert
Founder of ReFocus

As a Founder of ReFocus, please let me share my story with you before introducing myself professionally. 

I grew up in a very monocultural family with very strong family roots. In my first 15 years of life I did not even know what being abroad meant. I only started to discover the foreign lands after the age of 18 and I have never stopped exploring since then. Moving away from Hungary, I worked and lived in Portugal, Netherlands, Italy, Malaysia, Hong Kong and right now in the UK.

I live in a multicultural family with my Italian husband and our trilingual son. Managing a dual career path and continuously adapting to every new situation as a family is not always easy, but I can tell you,  there is always a way and the sooner you find it the better it is.

I am very grateful for having a global family, it is a significant part of my identity. Choosing a career path in alignment with my personal identity helps me even more to inspire and support others to live their best global family life. 

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Professional Background

Intercultural Psychology Expert

Founder of ReFocus

Several years of experience in working with global families

Co-Founder of SIETAR Southeast Asia (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research) 

PEaCH Ambassador Hong Kong (Preserving and promoting Europe’s cultural and linguistic heritage through empowerment of bilingual children and families) 

Visiting Lecturer ELTE, Hungary

PhD Candidate Psychology, ELTE, Hungary

The International Profiler - Accredited Facilitator and Trainer

Prepare/Enrich - Accredited Facilitator

More than 10 years of experience in HR working with multinational companies

Professional Affiliations

COST Transnational Family Dynamics in Europe (TraFaDy)

SIETAR Southeast Asia 

PEaCH Ambassador

Mobile Professionals and Families

Families in Global Transition

Hungarian Psychological Association

Asian Association of Social Psychology

International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology

World Council on Intercultural and Global Competence

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