She earned her Master´s degree in psychology at the Faculty of Arts, Comenius University in Bratislava (1998). From 1998 to 2003 she worked at the Philip Pinel Psychiatric Hospital in Pezinok.
In 2002, she completed her specialization studies in Clinical Psychology (Faculty of Medicine, Slovak Medical University SZU). Later, she completed the Certified Study Program in Psychotherapy in PCA. In 2009, she gained the qualification for a certified psychotherapist and was registered in the Registry of Psychotherapists of the Slovak Republic. Since 2008 she has been practicing as an independent psychologist.
In 2019 she successfully completed doctoral studies at the Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University under the guidance of Prof. MUDr. D. Ostatníková, PhD., with the topic “Cognitive abilities and deficits in children with autism spectrum disorder”. She is currently a member of the research team at the Academic Research Center for Autism at the Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University. She is specialized in the diagnostic process of individuals with autism. Her activities include publishing and lecturing.
Research areas: measurement of cognitive abilities in ASD, ASD diagnostics, ASD screening