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Clinical Psychologist
Aylin Armağan

Aylin Armağan is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in working with adolescents, adults, and couples. She graduated from Istanbul University Psychology Department in 2006. She completed her master's degree in Health-Focused Clinical Psychology at Okan University in 2013 and later completed the Clinical Psychology program at Okan University.


After completing her internship at Bakırköy Psychiatric Hospital, she worked with girls aged 11-18 who had experienced sexual abuse and their families within the framework of the Provincial Directorate of Social Services and Child Protection Agency between 2006 and 2013. She then provided counseling services and conducted seminars for air traffic controllers working in the tower at Atatürk Airport Air Traffic Management Unit. During her master's studies, she completed an internship at the Balance Medical Center Obesity Treatment Center. After her master's education, she worked with clients seeking assistance with weight-related issues at Dr. Gürkan Kubilay Healthy Eating Department.


She also worked at a center that functioned as a non-governmental organization aiming to provide free support to children and families in educational and social areas. In this center, she provided individual counseling, guidance services, and preventive educational programs for children and families benefiting from the center's services. She followed her clients at Arkedia Education and Consulting Center and Nutrist Nutrition, Diet, and Psychological Counseling Center. Within the center where she worked, she provided Corporate Psychological Counseling support to different institutions.


In her clinical practice, she uses eclectic approaches tailored to the needs of the client. She incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Short-Term Dynamic Approach, EMDR, and the methods and approaches of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, which she received training and supervision from the Linehan Institute. Her areas of expertise include eating disorders, obesity, anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, grief and loss, psychosomatic disorders, relationship problems, communication conflicts, and aviation psychology.

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