We provide professional support in CIS.
examines the effects of thoughts and beliefs on emotions
and behavior. A combination of cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy,
it is one of the psychotherapy approaches that gained momentum since the
mid-1960s. The aim is to help the person find the thoughts that perpetuate
the problem, to gain skills to change these thoughts and to create change in
aims to teach the person skills that can be used lifelong
by focusing on the current problems of the person. The therapeutic
relationship between the therapist and the client is provided by the
cooperation of both parties. It offers effective treatment to individuals
from different age groups in many mental health problems such as depression,
anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress
disorder, schizophrenia, alcohol and substance abuse, and sexual dysfunctions.