Merve Yalçınay Clinical Psychologist
She graduated from Bilgi University in 2012. In a semester of her undergraduate, she was in University of Liverpool within the context of Laureate International Universities. She finished her master’s degree in Clinical Psycology, Bahçeşehir University. She is current a Ph.D student in Clinical Psychology. After participating supervision and seminars in Charite University Hospital in Berlin within her postgraduate, she worked in Surp Pırgiç Armenian Hospital as an intern under supervison for 10 months. In her thesis which is “Perceived Stigmatization, Discrimination and Grief Symptoms in Cancer Patients”, she worked with patients with cancer. She has contributed many papers/articles in national and international journals. She carries out research. Her therapeutic approaches include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), Solution-Focused Brief Threapy, Motivational Interviewing Technique and Art Therapy Technique in Trauma. She is currently working as a clinical psychologist at Koç University Hospital since 2016.