“Create a space to delve into your inner thoughts and beliefs, tracing their evolution over your lifetime. Through this exploration, you’ll experience a sense of renewal and enhanced contentment, fostering self-compassion as you connect with your innermost self.”
Nurdan is a CDA licensed professional psychologist with a background in clinical psychology and extensive experience spanning over 8 years. She has worked in diverse mental health settings, including hospitals, private clinics, and educational institutions in Turkey. Specializing in psychotherapy for teenagers and adults, Nurdan delivers psychotherapy in both English and Turkish.
After completing her bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Koc University in Turkey, she pursued her master’s in Clinical Psychology at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Currently, Nurdan is dedicated to her PhD in Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex, UK. She remains committed to continuous professional development, staying updated on the latest advancements in clinical psychology.
Nurdan has cultivated a strong theoretical foundation in various research-based psychotherapeutic approaches, assessment techniques, and research methodologies. Her expertise encompasses cognitive-behavioral therapy, schema therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and psychoanalytic theory. While she has a particular interest in approaching patients with a psychodynamic theory foundation, she firmly believes in tailoring her therapeutic approach to meet the unique needs of each patient.
Having worked with diverse populations, Nurdan addresses a wide range of mental health concerns, including family difficulties, major life changes, and work-related challenges. She is skilled in helping individuals cope with distress and enhancing overall mental well-being. Nurdan’s approach extends beyond individual therapy, as she also provides counseling for parenting challenges and conducts seminars and workshops on topics such as mental health enhancement, emotional difficulties, anxiety management, and coping with familial, work, or educational challenges.