Boroka Ganyu

Boroka Ganyu

Boroka Ganyu was a clinical psychologist at the Psychiatric Department and Psychotherapy Center of St. Imre Hospital in Budapest. She studied Tibetan Buddhism and is trained in psychodrama group psychotherapy. Since 2011, when Boroka came to New York, she has been engaged in research at the crossroads of Eastern and Western psychology, and has become a mediator and facilitator. She conducts workshops enhancing self-reflective skills for both mediators and individuals dealing with conflict. She mediates disputes focusing on interpersonal issues and volunteers for Community Mediation Services in Queens.




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Website: www.healthyconflict.net

Articles and Video:

Conflict and the Mediator: Peace Within – Redefining Interpersonal Conflict (05/08/15)
This article introduces a feminine (emotional-relational) approach to interpersonal conflict. I will redefine interpersonal conflict as a mental representation, and as a basis for defining inner peace.