Our specialist clinical psychologist serves adolescent and adult individuals in FSM Medical Center, Çekmeköy and Madenler branches. Our physician practices psychotherapy in areas such as depression, anxiety disorders, panic attacks, exam stress, phobias, obsessions, eating disorders, psychosomatic symptoms, OCD, generalized anxiety disorders, panic disorders, mood disorders, impulse control disorders, social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, nicotine addiction, and personality disorders.
Psychotherapy studies the mental health of the individual. Psychotherapy includes methods and techniques that bring analysis to keep the individual’s emotions and behaviors at a stable level and to keep their emotions and behaviors connected and understood. From time to time, it is to build a bridge between the real world and the inner world of the individual. It is not only aimed at people diagnosed with mental illness. Psychotherapy allows a person to gain awareness of himself/herself and his/her environment; to explore his/her own self in the triangle of emotions, thoughts and behavior.
Life is always a triggering phenomenon. Dealing with the challenges encountered, overcoming adversity may not always be easy. Every person is exposed to stress in their daily life and can become clogged at the point of coping with this stress. Especially among today’s living conditions, we try to be involved in life at a more intense and active pace. In this intensity, we realize that sometimes we can’t listen to ourselves and experience inner breaks. In therapy, the main points of these breaks can be determined, and it is found what system of thought these pains basically serve.
In daily life, a person may have difficulty coping with stress at work or may have problems at the point of taking responsibility, or may need support in communicating with colleagues and superiors. Or a marriage, which the patient thought had turned into an unhealthy type of relationship, could have developed a commitment. He/she may have reached the stage of divorce, at this stage he/she may be having problems reflecting his feelings, exhibiting self-blaming behavior. He/she can lay the groundwork for outbursts of anger by having difficulty converting his/her feelings into healthy communication. Many situations like this are factors that affect us and our environment, making us feel helpless.
In psychotherapy, it is important to establish a good therapeutic relationship with the therapist and work together. The individual should feel confident in the face of his therapist, be able to express themselves freely in such a way that they will receive high-level benefits. Therapy is a process that involves intense emotional conversations from time to time, away from judgment and delusion, which can cause you to get angry or cry from time to time. In the process, a person will discover a number of feelings that they have hidden, stolen even from themselves. These discoveries will allow themselves to accept their personality, and if they have had a childhood that has not been approved, or their needs not addressed, doctors will guide them and their therapist at the point of processing and analyzing this life. During this process, the patient is expected to be open and honest and to report his or her concerns.
There are many therapy method. If there is a diagnosis made to you, our psychologist will examine it and evaluate the personal information it receives from you and use the appropriate therapy method. Some of these methods include the following: cognitive behavioral therapy, schema therapy, individual therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, psychoeducation, psychodynamic therapy, family therapy, relationship therapy, in some cases a combination of these methods can be used.
As there are problems that can be solved in a few weeks, there may also be serious problems that require treatments that are expected to last for years. The process is related to how open and ready the patient is; It varies according to the mental illness, symptoms, the length of these symptoms, the amount of stress, the stress level they have experienced, how much it affects their daily life and functionality, and the support they receive from their family and environment. It will not always be right to expect instant results from a therapy session where you process your emotions and put your past life, behavior patterns on the table. Because therapy is a process. It is important that you do not give up thinking that you have not achieved the results you want in the first session. Sharing such thoughts with your therapist can positively affect your process.



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