Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric problems are made in the light of current, scientific and medical developments.
Mental health is related to the balance and continuity of the emotions felt in relation to the social relationships and harmony in working life. The satisfaction of each individual from their relationships
and the activities in their work life may be interrupted from time to time. When this interruption is severe or prolonged, it becomes difficult for the person to cope with their distress without professional
help. Mental disorders mostly underlie unhappiness in relationships, decrease in life energy, and interruption of productivity and creative activities.
Psychiatry is a branch of medicine that aims to identify physical, social and psychological problems that cause mental disorders and treat them in the light of current scientific data and within the framework of
a good patient-physician relationship. Since psychiatric disorders, many of which can be easily treated with psychotherapy and / or medication, are increasing gradually in our society and all over the world for various reasons, it is of vital importance to detect and treat them.
Panic Disorder (panic attack disease),
Common Anxiety Disorder,
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (obsessive disease),
Manic Depressive Disorder (Bipolar Disorder),
Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders,
Dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias),
Alcohol – Substance Addiction,
Geriatric (psychiatric diseases of old age),
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder,