Clinical Psychologist, Couple Therapist
Good relationships are the key to a fulfilling life.
"The Grant Study", conducted by Harvard University since 1935 with approximately 15,000 participants, states that "having good relationships is essential for being happy and healthy".
The most important relationship is the one that individuals have with themselves. The strongest assurance of this relationship is the one we have with our life partner. Insecure and unhappy relationships can endanger an individual's physical and mental health. On the other hand, secure, fair, and sensitive relationships positively affect an individual's satisfaction, health, and effectiveness in life.
I aim to shed light on the unseen aspects of the problems that arise between couples and to improve their relational repertoire and skills.
Through a healing collaboration between the couple and the therapist, we work together to make the relationship more secure and enjoyable.
In the EU this rate varies from 20-49%. In Turkey the divorce rate is approximately 20% (DIE).
In classical cinema,tragedies end in death and comedies end with marriage. Whereas in real life many marriages tend to lose humor as well as romance and end up more like tragic comedies.
Who comes to Therapy?
Couples that are stuck in their relationships.
Couples that are questioning their relationship.
Couples going through particularly challenging situation (particularly when the challenge is over.
Phone: 0 212 277 5503
Metehan sok. No: 4, D: 2 34340,
Weekdays: 09:00 – 17:00