In the psychological support unit of our hospital, counseling services are provided to adolescents, adults, couples and families.

Family Therapy: Family therapy is a therapy method in which the family is evaluated as a whole, as a system. Family therapy does not focus on individual problems. The focus is on the relationship and the problems arising from the relationship.  Family therapy can be carried out not only in the form of marriage therapy with the participation of husband and wife, but also in a way that children can accompany.
Main areas of family and marriage therapy:
Communication problems in the family
Divorce process
Preparation for marriage
Problems with second marriages
Relationship development and improvement studies
Problems with children
Severe conflict
Root family problems
Sexual problems
Depression: Depression is one of the most important psychological disorders that affect a person's emotions, thoughts and behaviors. Every person can feel sad, unhappy and unwilling from time to time. However, in depression, the situation is long lasting and negatively affects the daily functionality of the person. If left untreated, it affects the person's life negatively.

Anxiety Disorders: Every person feels anxious and stressed from time to time. Normally anxiety enables the person to adapt to the outside world and protect himself against dangers. For this reason, a certain level of anxiety is actually necessary for us to survive. However, if this anxiety started to be experienced very intense and continuously, if it went out of control and started to disrupt the daily functionality of the person, it is considered as a problem. There are anxiety disorders with different characteristics. These are: Phobias, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Other areas our Psychology Department provides counseling:
Improving Stress Coping Skills
Anger Management
The Grief Process
Eating Disorders
Exam Anxiety
Adolescence Problems

Psychological Support in Cancer: Many cancer patients and their relatives are struggling with various psychological problems. Therefore, the need for psychological and social support of both patients and their relatives is increasing. Starting from finding out about the diagnosis, getting psychological support throughout the treatment increases the coping skills of the patient, provides expression of emotions, facilitates coping with anxiety and depression, and increases the psychological well-being and quality of life of the person.