Our Mission Statement
  • We serve with branded working concept in the field of mental health for a healthy society since 1997. “Primum Non Nocere” is our primary principle. Neuropsychiatric test applications and brain imaging techniques are performed after psychiatric consultations for diagnosis. Besides psychiatric counseling, psychotherapies, pharmacological treatments and computer assisted cognitive therapies are performed in our clinic.

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  • Course of Tourette Syndrome and Comorbidities in a Large Prospective Clinical Study
               Tourette Syndrome could be defined as a childhood-onset neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by tics (vocal, motor) which indicates a progress for more than 1 year. Recently, the prevalence of  Tourette Syndrome has been estimated as approximately 0.8% among children and adolescents. Boys (ratio 3-4:1) are mainly influenced by Tourette Syndrome. The symptoms of Tourette Syndrome reveal itself usually at age 4 to 6 years as mild motor tics, followed by more complex motor and vocal tics and ...
  • Psychotic Symptoms in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
                        Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common disorder which inclines to continue into adolescence and adulthood. When examining psychotic disorders, It is communicable that the incidence of psychotic disorders is rare before puberty, then, it indicates an increase in adolescence and peaks in early adult life. Specifically, schizophrenia ,which includes 0.7 morbidity risk, has onset in the second or third decade of life. Early-onset schizophrenia ( o...
  • Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder in Children
          Attention deficit and hyperactivity impairment are common in children after birth, especially after 3 to 4 years of age, it is a psychiatric disorder characteAttention deficit and hyperactivity impairment are common in children after birth, especially after 3 to 4 years of age, it is a psychiatric disorder characterized by excessive mobility, inability to rest and being distracted as compared to their peers, a sudden disruption of attention, and a lack of attention for a long time. Attention deficit and hyperactivity dis...
  • Schizophrenia And The Family
            The presence of an individual who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia in the family brings together a number of problems for family members. However, the impact of the disease on the caregiver family is often overlooked by the public.   Schizophrenia affects people who are close to the patient as well as affecting the individual who is sick. The violent deterioration in thoughts, feelings and behaviors is felt by all members of the family.  The effect of the disease on family members is closely re...
  • Seasonal Depressions
                There are many influences not only on nature but also on humans. Seasonal transitions cause many physiological and psychological changes that can affect human nature in a negative way. In order not to be affected by the negativities of the seasonal changes on the individuals, it is first necessary to determine the changes in the human body. At the beginning of these changes, depression periods in autumn and winter season, ın the spring and summer seasons, there is a seasonal emotional disturbanc...
  • ANXİETY TREATMENT
          Anxiety disorders are a common mental health problem in the community. It has been proved by many studies that the anxiety is related to the damage in the brain. Anxiety disorders are associated with the development of depression, with individuals causing significant impairments in their daily functioning. Although the general characteristics of anxiety disorders are similar, they are separated from each other according to the severity, continuity and behavioral characteristics of the symptoms. Anxiety disorders; General...
  • Relationship Between Mother and Child: 'Attachment'
        Parents play a key role in the emotional development of infants. Attachment concept in infancy consists of many affectional and behavioral patterns of positive reactions to parents or primary caregivers, to spend a large part of the time with that person, to search for that person immediately in the face of any fearful situation or object, sense of pleasure in the presence of primary caregivers. Attachment is the strong emotional bond that develops between infant and caregiver, providing the infant with emotional security. The p...
  • Importance of Parent’s Education in Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Process.
        If parents have child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD),  behavior of the parent is considered part of the treatment process. One of the most important thing is the diognosed should be accepted  by parents. After parents acceptance, the diognose should explain to other relatives, teachers and neighbours. These people should change their approach to the children. Then children should be explained about his diognose. Another point that should be considered, parents should not blame themselves about A...
  • Young Kids and Back-to-School Anxiety: How to Shrink it Down to Size
        For younger children starting school—whether it’s pre-school, kindergarten, or a transition into the first or second grade—having a grown-up lean down and say, “How exciting, you’re starting school soon,” can be similar to telling an adult they’re going to be scaling Mt. Everest next week!  And the fears children have about school can be very real: they may be apprehensive about separating from their parents, riding the school bus, or meeting a new teacher.    The emot...
  • Environmental Determinants of Aggression in Adolescents: Role of Urban Neighborhood Greenspace
          According to the World Health Organization, violence is one of the leading causes of death among 15- to 44-year-olds and is a major global public issue worldwide. High rates of crime and violence prevail in urban areas, and urban residence is a well-documented risk factor for various mental illnesses.   Aggression during childhood is a strong indicator of developmental processes gone awry and manifests into more serious adverse behaviors such as violence and crime. Aggressive behavior is also a key precursor to ...
  • The Effect of Exercise on Depressive Symptoms in Adolescents: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
        The lifetime prevalence of depression in adolescents has doubled between the mid-1980s and 2000s. To this extent, the prevalence ıf major depressive disorder is now ranging from 4% to 8%, and as many as 12% of children and adolescents may have subthreshold symptoms of depression. Alarmingly, 20% of young people experience at least 1 episode of major depression before they reach 18 years of age   In recent years, there has been increased, yet limited, number of studies investigating the effect of physical exercise or phy...
  • Child Neglect and Maltreatment and Childhood-to-Adulthood Cognition and Mental Health in a Prospective Birth Cohort
    Childhood maltreatment (abuse and neglect) has been associated with health consequences, often lasting into adulthood. For mental health, the association with maltreatment is well established and seen for several disorders across the life-course, including childhood behavioral disorders, adult mood/anxiety disorders, and suicidality. The influence of maltreatment on mental health has been observed for all types of abuse and neglect and is not confined to particular disorders.  In parallel with mental health, there are reports of maltreat...
  • Childhood Cancers
    Cancer is a disease that cells grow out of control and crowd out normal cells. As a result of diffusing of abnormal cells, tumors may occur. The cause of cancer is not certainly known yet. However, it is known that for children younger than 5 years, prenatal factors play an important role whereas for children older than 5 years old, environment plays a key role.   Childhood cancer is more rare than adulthood cancers. Also, some types of cancer can only be seen on children instead of adults or reverse. The recovery rate of childhood cance...
  • MOXO TEST IS PERFORMED IN OUR CLINIC FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AEGEAN REGION!
    What is Moxo Test?   Moxo Test is an assessment tool that helps for diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Anxiety Disorders for individuals between 6 to 60 ages. It is applied in computer by visual and auditory distractors. Moxo provides the assessment and evaluation of 4 symptoms of ADHD; attention, timing, impulsivity and hyperactivity. Also, it is used for treatment follow-up for ADHD and Anxiety Disorders. Since it is a computerized test, the evaluation becomes more objective with concrete data.   ...
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