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Family Cohesion as a Mechanism Perpetuates Schemas and Affects the Perception of Social Support in the Relationship Between Parental Conflict and Depression Level
by Gizem Kavalci
About the Presenters:
I am Gizem KAVALCI. I graduated from department of psychology in Çankaya University at 2016. I also graduated from department of management in Çankaya University at 2016 as a double major programme. I graduated my master program in Clinical Psychology in Başkent University at 2019, in Ankara, Turkey. I finished my departments successfully. I graduated as high honour student degree from my university. I began my career in 2016 as a psychologist in a special education and rehabilitation center for disabled children. I worked with children and their parents for 2.5years, performing basic psycho-social support, individual and family consultations. During this so precisely 2.5years I have had the experience of working with sensitive groups. In my clinical practice, I educated mainly incognitive behavioral therapy .I worked with supervisorsa bout individual psychotherapies.I have studied especially with family environment, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder ,addiction and related disorders,depression and mood and anxiety disorders . I completed Schema Therapy training given by Schema Therapy Institute in Ankara, Turkey to support my professional development starting with cognitive behavioral therapies. I want to continue my career to reach more professional and more adequate manner for people as a clinical psychologist.
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