Our Services

Health psychology is one of the 10 areas of psychology as specified by the Turkish Psychological Association (TPD). It is about the connections between physical health conditions and the psychology of the person.

Finding a psychologist who understands the unique emotional challenges associated with having a chronic health condition is really important. OZ Psychological Consultancy understands how challenging it can be to maintain healthy behaviours and a healthy mindset when dealing with health problems. Through counselling, practitioners in the OZ Psychological Consultancy can help you to overcome set-backs that are an inevitable part of managing a long-term health condition. Together, you will work to understand how past and present issues are preventing you from achieving your health-related goals, while also managing any psychological problems. Some of the concerns that OZ Psychological Consultancy may help with include:

- Coping with cancer/Psycho-oncology

  • - Insomnia and other sleep issues

- Adjustment issues

- Depression and anxiety

- Grief and loss

- Low self-confidence - Poor self-esteem

- Peri-natal and post-natal depression and anxiety

- Acute and chronic stress

- Past trauma

- Pain management

- Perfectionism

Therapy may be short-term (6 – 10 sessions) or for some problems, may be longer-term.

The first session will involve gathering information about your mood, health, relationships and lifestyle so that health psychologist can understand your needs. Following sessions will be guided by various therapeutic approaches, such as:

- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

- Mindfulness

- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)


The content of this website has been prepared to inform the visitor. The information on the website can never take the place of the therapeutic approach or consultation. Starting from this source, it should be known that we are not responsible for any problems that may arise from this given information, in any way our institution is not advised to initiate any treatment or to change the current treatment approach.