Ass.-Prof. Dr. Erzsébet Fanni Tóth, MA

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Erzsébet Fanni Tóth, MA

Faculty Psychotherapy Science
Location Vienna

Field of work

Vice Dean International Affairs, Faculty of Psychotherapy Science


Ass.-Prof. Dr. Erzsébet Fanni Tóth, MA is Vice Dean International Affairs, Director of the Institute for Transgenerational Trauma Transfer Research, and Lecturer in research methods and university didactics in the International Programme at Sigmund Freud University Vienna. Tóth studied psychology and cultural anthropology at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, sociology and socio-cultural anthropology at the Central European University and holds a PhD in psychotherapy science from SFU. She is an expert in the interdisciplinary application of qualitative research methods with a focus on migration, trauma, identity and gender. Within the framework of international research projects, she is active in the field of cultural and minority research: She researches the memory of the Jewish and Hungarian minorities in Central Europe, the identity changes of Japanese lifestyle migrants.

Focus of teaching: Qualitative research methods, university didactics, scientific research projects, culture and psychotherapy

Ongoing projects
Arriving in the City
Learning for Peace