Born 1953; Gyula Biró has obtained his diploma and doctorate from the University of Eötvös Lóránd in Budapest. His dissertation had the theme: "The psychotherapeutic influence of behavior and its durability from a clinical point of view". After graduating from university, he worked in the clinical field and in 1983 passed his exam in clinical psychology. From 1978-1981 he worked at the National Institute of Neurology and Psychiatry, from 1981-1985 at the Nyirő Gyula Hospital and from 1985-1992 at the National Institute of Sports Medicine. In addition to the clinical work, he dealt here with the care and performance of top athletes - so he had an important contribution to several successes of Olympic champions and world champions. Since 1992 Gyula Biró has held seminars on these programs not only in Hungary but also in Germany, Austria, Poland and Switzerland. Also since 1992 he is in private practice with several of his colleagues independent psychologist.
Since 1994 he has been teaching courses in effective human communication at four universities in Hungary. Since the end of 1999 he is the director of the Foundation for Ericksonian Communication and Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy. From 1999-2003 Gyula Biró was Communications Advisor to the Board of Trustees of the Hungarian Television. As a communication trainer and consultant, he continues to work in the field of economics (Oracle, Philipps, Hypobank, etc.). He is a founder and board member as well as a teaching therapist of the Hungarian Society for Hypnosis.
He is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, teaching therapist for Hypnosis and NLPt, and has the title of ECP (European Certificate for Psychotherapy) at EAP (European Association for Psychotherapy).