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Psychology

Psychology
 
Counseling services are provided to adolescents, adults, couples and families in the psychological support unit of our hospital. COUPLE AND FAMILY INTERVIEWS Family Therapy: Family therapy is a therapy method in which the family is evaluated as a whole, a system. Family therapy does not focus on individual problems. It focuses more on the relationship and the problems arising from the relationship. Family therapy can be carried out as marital therapy in which only the husband and wife participate, or it can be carried out with the participation of children. Main areas of family and marriage therapy where help can be obtained: Communication problems within the family Divorce process Preparation for marriage Problems experienced with second marriages Studies on developing and improving the relationship Cheating Problems with children Severe discord Root family problems Sexual problems Sexual Therapy: Sexual therapy is applied in the treatment of various sexual dysfunctions. It is a therapy technique. With sexual therapy, problems such as vaginismus, uncontrolled ejaculation (premature ejaculation), erectile dysfunction (erectile dysfunction), dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse in women), sexual desire disorder in women and men, arousal disorder in women, orgasmic disorder in women and men are studied. In therapy, sexual anatomy and physiology, the sexual response cycle, misconceptions or myths about sexuality, and the concept of sexuality are explained to couples. Then, various homework assignments are given. Sexual therapy is carried out by psychiatrists and psychologists trained in this field. Contrary to popular belief, physical examination is not performed during treatment; The emotions, thoughts and behaviors of couples are studied. Referrals are made to urologists and gynecologists to investigate whether there is a physical problem. The treatment principles of sexual therapy are clear and should be performed by experts within ethical limits. Since problems related to sexuality are seen and addressed as a relationship problem, it is important for the success of the treatment for the couple to accompany the therapy. INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEWS Depression: Depression is one of the important psychological disorders that affects a person's feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Every person may feel sad, unhappy or reluctant from time to time. However, in depression, the situation is long-lasting and negatively affects the person's daily functionality. If left untreated, it negatively affects a person's life. The symptoms of depression are listed below. If you have more than one of these symptoms at the same time, you may be depressed. – Feeling sad and unhappy – Desire to get away from others – Lack of pleasure or reluctance in things previously enjoyed – Sleep problems (difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, desire to sleep too much) – Eating disorders (decrease or increase in appetite) – Worthlessness, helplessness, hopelessness Experiencing emotions - Experiencing problems in interpersonal relationships - Weakness in attention, deterioration in memory - Fatigue, feeling of weakness, irritability - Beginning of unreasonable physical complaints (head, neck, stomach, etc.) - Self-harm, making suicide plans, attempting suicide. Anxiety Disorders: Every person feels anxious and stressed from time to time. Anxiety enables a person to adapt to the outside world and protect himself against dangers. Therefore, a certain level of anxiety is actually necessary for us to survive. However, if this anxiety begins to be experienced very intensely and constantly, if it gets out of control and begins to disrupt the person's daily functionality, it is considered a problem. There are anxiety disorders with different characteristics. These are: Phobias: It is a disabling, fear-mediated avoidance that is not proportionate to the danger of an object or situation and is defined as meaningless by the person experiencing it. Social phobias and specific phobias are examples of these. Panic Disorder: It is a disorder that begins suddenly and often recurs, leaving the person in bouts of intense distress or fear. People often experience the distress of future panic attacks. Accordingly, they disrupt their daily activities. In Generalized Anxiety Disorder, the person is constantly worried. Chronic and uncontrollable anxiety about everything is the main feature of this disorder. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: It is an anxiety disorder that causes a lot of distress to the person, disrupts daily functionality, the mind is filled with persistent and uncontrollable thoughts, or the person feels compelled to repeat certain behaviors over and over again. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: It reflects extreme reactions such as increased anxiety, avoidance of trauma-related stimuli, and decreased emotional responses in the face of great stress. Developing Stress Coping Skills: Stress is all the reactions given to various events. Stress can be internal or external. Stress is not always negative. Stress enables the organism to take action. However, experiencing stress for a long time and intensely can negatively affect the person both psychologically and physiologically.