What is Psychology?


A branch of science that studies the human mind covers a wide area from behavioural disorders to child development to communication. In the Department of Psychology; psychological support is provided in accordance with the needs in the fields of "Child and Adolescent Psychology" and Adult Psychology


Disorders treated by Psychology Department:




Depression is defined as a person's inability to overcome a persistent low mood, which includes feeling worthless and useless, disrupting sleep and eating problems, withdrawing from social activities, losing hope for the future, and even contemplating suicide.


Anxiety Disorder


Anxiety disorders begin with the stress experienced in childhood and adolescence and progress slowly and without symptoms. In cases of anxiety, it is possible to get treatment with the support of antidepressant drugs along with psychotherapy sessions.


Personality Disorders


Personality is the way people think, behave, relate, perceive the world, and be aware of themselves.Personality disorder, on the other hand, is distinguished by dysfunctional thinking, a lack of flexibility, and an inability to adapt to established relationships and society. Personality disorders can lead to many psychiatric illnesses.


Marriage problems, relationship problems


The solution to the problems that married individuals have had for a long time, either between each other or among them and their children falls within the field of psychiatry and psychology. The main goal of the therapy process is to turn the negative relationship into a positive one.


Stress management


Feeling intense pressure on the person and being tense all the time can cause harm to himself and the people around him.


Chronic fatigue


Chronic fatigue is feeling tired and exhausted even when a person is resting, still always feeling stressed and aggressive, and not enjoying life. There are also some physical symptoms, such as nausea, muscle and joint pain, a sore throat, stomach-ache, and bowel dysfunction.


Obsessions-Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


OCD is an obsession with thoughts, ideas, and impulses. It is a mental illness consisting of repetitive behaviours and mental acts. It is more common in women.


Panic Attack or Panic Disorder


Panic attacks are episodes of distress and fear that occur unexpectedly and for no apparent reason, affecting the person both physically and psychologically.


Social Phobia


The person's constant thinking that he can be judged by others and the anxiety that he will be shamed and disgraced when he participates in social life. that causes the person to be completely isolated from society if left untreated.




Getting on a plane, heights, seeing blood, not being able to stay indoors for a long time... these situations are ordinary for many people, but turn others' lives into a nightmare.


Post-traumatic stress disorder


Negative events such as attacks, harassment, major disasters, and domestic violence experienced by a person leave a long-lasting and deep effect on the person. After this situation, the person may go into depression as well as develop post-traumatic stress disorder. Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder include; the inability to have any expectations about the future, insomnia, irritability, startling at the slightest thing, deep worry about the repetition of the event, having a great reaction to anything that reminds of the event, and having nightmares.


Adjustment Disorders


Adjustment disorder is among the psychiatric disorders. It is usually seen in people who are under intense stress.


Impulse control disorders


Controlling one's inner impulses is one of the signs of good mental health. However, the inability to control malicious impulses towards the person himself, his environment, and others is a condition that needs to be treated psychiatrically.


Nutritional Disorders


Adequate and balanced nutrition is necessary for a person to maintain his vital activities. Inadequate and unbalanced nutrition can be an obstacle to physical as well as psychological development.


Eating Disorders


Eating disorders include overeating (bulimia), not eating at all (anorexia), and binge eating, Behind each of them relies on a psychological reason.


Tests and Therapies Applied for Good Psychology


  • Short-term solution-focused therapy
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder therapy
  • Death and grief therapy
  • Objective child assessment tests
  • Child-cantered play therapy
  • Family-child counselling
  • Frankfurter attention test
  • Rorschach and TAT Test (Adult)

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