Mária Sági holds a Ph.D. in psychology at the Eötvös Lóránd University of Budapest and is an Associate Member (“Candidate”) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Currently serves as Science Director of the Club of Budapest. She has presented several of Ervin Laszlo’s books in Hungary.
She has developed an Information-Medicine technique pioneered by Viennese Erich Koerbler into an encompassing method for diagnosing and treating human health problems synthesizing the effect of information and the diagnosis according to the meridian system and has an active healing practice. This method is valid both in the immediate presence of the patient and from any finite distance. She is a frequent lecturer in Hungary, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
She is the author and co-author of eleven books and about eighty articles and research papers on social and personality psychology, the psychology of music and art, as well as healing and information medicine, many in English, French, German, Italian and Japanese.