Nerella Nemeth Chauvin

Occupational Therapy - Specialty Mental Health
Psychology - Cognitive Psychology, I am currently researching the effect of foreign language on cognitive perception and how language shapes consciousness.
Biology - Human Biology, Chronobiology

Neurofeedback - Frequency Band, Scp Slow Cortical Potential (Mind Media)
Biofeedback - Emg, Hrv, Pelvic Biofeedback (Mind Media)
Harvard Medical School, Neuroscience (Mcb80.3)
Harvard Medical School, Lifestyle Medicine (ACCME, AMA PRA)
Harvard Medical School, Anxiety Disorders, Psychotherapeutic and Pharmacological Treatments ACCME, AMA PRA 2021
Stanford University Human Biology - Child Nutrition
University Of Pennsylvania Vital Signs - Nursing School
The European Lifestyle Medicine Organization - Lifestyle Medicine - Health and Fitness Lifestyle Advisor

I was born in Budapest in 1975, I grew up abroad, I speak both English and German. I welcome patients from these language areas as well. I am a member of the Hungarian rehabilitation society, since 202. I have been the president of the association of Hungarian occupational therapists, and since July 2022 I have held the position of vice president and practical instructor in the scientific association of the Hungarian biofeedback and neurofeedback academy.

My hobbies are gardening, reading and watercolor painting. Especially the latter because I majored in art history and sociology. I like chocolate and special fruits.

Why did I study as an occupational therapist? Occupational therapy is personal, unique, and interesting. I like to help, I teach well - the majority of classical ergotherapy consists of conversation, explanation, and the appropriate transfer of information necessary for learning the exercises - and I have been interested in neurophysiology and psychology since childhood. I feel this profession and opportunity is the closest. (M.E.: 286498)

My Motto: "Communication is the cornerstone of rehabilitation." - Chauvin N. Nerella

In addition to neurofeedback and biofeedback therapeutic treatments, I have chosen rehabilitation psychology as my specialty, and I also receive patients within the framework of lifestyle medicine within ergotherapy.
As an occupational therapist, I believe in development, I consider research and the transfer of acquired knowledge important. During my work, I strive to motivate patients, since rehabilitation can only begin after the desire to change.


Why is lifestyle medicine important in ergotherapy?

Nerella Nemeth Chauvin, ergotherapist at BioNeuro Clinic - Health Center, Budapest (Hungary)

Ergotherapists work with people of different ages with a wide variety of physical-mental, intellectual, sensory or emotional impairments and are consequently hindered in their ability to perform life's activities. They have difficulties in the field of self-care (stroke, accident), attention deficit, fine motor skills and participation in society (depression, anxiety, sleep disorder) etc.In lifestyle medicine, ergotherapists are interested in how an injury and environmental factors together influence an individual's daily activities, relationships, role in family life, work, study and how they can best help-support the patient in changing their lifestyle on the way to a healthier life.