Online psychological consultancy and psychotherapy is a method whose effectiveness is proven and used all over the world for many years whenever face to face sessions are restricted or cannot be performed.

    -All the rules in face to face sessions are valid in online sessions too.

    -The client’s privacy is protected as in the face to face sessions.  In accordance with this policy, it is not allowed to record the sessions in the digital media for the privacy of both parties.  Please check Our Privacy Policy.

    -It is important that, during the online session you must make sure that, the door of the room you are in, is closed and you will not be disturbed by anybody, during the session, whatsoever.

    The fee is the same for the online sessions as the face to face sessions.


    – A therapy session takes 40 or 50 minutes.

    Sessions begin and end on time.

    – It is necessary to notify, at least one day earlier if you are not going to attend to a session.

    – Psychological consultancy/psychotherapy depends on the voluntary participation of the client.  The clients have the right to discontinue the consultancy-psychotherapy sessions.

    – The meetings are confidential.  Please check our privacy policy,

    – In case the client cannot be helped due to professional limitation or inadequacy reasons, the psychologist may refer the client to another professional or establishment.

    – The client may end the psychotherapy sessions whenever she/he wants.


    Individual and couples therapy is offered in English by selected psychologists on our team.

    English psychotherapy session duration is 45-50 minutes.

    English psychotherapy sessions can be parodide both online and face to face.

    Individuals living in Turkey and/or their partners who do not speak Turkish and couples living abroad whose partners do not speak Turkish can benefit from English psychotherapy services.

Clinical Psychologist – ISST Certified Schema Therapist

Yeditepe University– Psychology (BA)
Yeditepe University –
 Guidance and Psychological Counseling (BA)
Marmara University –
 Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)
Area Of Expertise: Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approach: Schema Therapy

Clinical Psychologist 

Sabancı University – Psychology (BA)
Işık University – Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)

Area Of Expertise – Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches:Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Clinical Psychologist 

İstanbul Medeniyet University – Psychology (BA)
Işık University – Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)

Area Of Expertise – Individual (Adult), Couples and Family

Therapy Approaches: Schema TherapyEMDR, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Clinical PsychologistISST Certified Schema Therapist

Koç University – Psychology (BA)
Koç University, Molecular Biology and Genetics (BA)
Université de Lausanne, Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology (MA)

Area Of ExpertiseIndividual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral TherapySchema Therapy

Psychologist/ Couples and Family Therapist

Özyeğin University – Psychology (BA)
Özyeğin University, Psychology (Couples and Family) (MA)

Area Of Expertise: 
Individual (Adolescent and Adult), Couples and Family Therapy

Therapy Approaches: Systemic Family Therapy,  EMDREmotion-Focused Couple Therapy, Experiential  Family Therapy 

Clinical Psychologist 

İzmir Economy University, Psychology (BA)
Marmara University
, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)
Eötvös Loránd University – Clinical Psychology (PH.D. Contin.)

Area Of ExpertiseIndividual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches: Schema Therapy

Clinical Psychologist – ISST Certified Schema Therapist

Bilkent University, Psychology (BA)

Bahçeşehir University, Institute of Educational Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)

Area of Expertise: Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches: Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR

Clinical Psychologist 

Özyeğin University – Psychology (BA)
Marmara University – Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)

Area Of Expertise – Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches: Schema Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Clinical Psychologist Ph.D.

İstanbul Şehir University – Psychology (BA)
İstanbul Şehir University – Clinical Psychology (MA)
University Of Dundee – Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)

Area Of Expertise – Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches:  Schema Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Clinical Psychologist Ph.D. – ISST Certified Advance Level Schema Therapist


Koç University – Psychology (BA)
Koç University – Developmental Psychology (MA)
Hacettepe University – Clinical Psychology (MA)
Hacettepe University – Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)

Area Of Expertise – Individual (Adult)

Therapy Approaches:  Schema Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Clinical Psychologist 

Kadir Has University – Psychology (BA)
Marmara University – 
Graduate School of Social Sciences, Clinical Psychology (MA)

Area Of Expertise: Individual (Adult) & Couples Therapy

 Therapy Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,  Schema Therapy ,  Couples Therapy



    Schema Therapy, developed by Jeffrey Young and his friends, is a holistic therapy which includes mainstream therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy, Gestalt, object relations and psychoanalytic. Schema Therapy focuses on the long lasting chronic problems of individuals.  This method focuses on the core emotional needs of childhood.  Accordingly, every child needs a secure attachment, freedom to express needs and emotions, realistic limits, autonomy, spontaneity and play.

    When things do not go right with the caretakers of the child, and when the basic emotional needs of the child are not met, early in life, early maladaptive schemas begin to develop. This leads to an upset psychological wellness state of mind, during the adult phase of life.  A unique approach of Schema Therapy which separates this method from the others is the limited repeating parenting notion. The therapist meets the client’s early unfulfilled basic emotional needs, within the limits of psychotherapy, and acts as a limited parent to the client once more, so that the client can be a good parent to herself/himself.


    According to Cognitive – Behavioral Therapy, the emotional reactions that a person displays to various situations shape up, due to the interpretation and the meanings derived from these situations.  This view is based on the fact that our thoughts affect our feelings, physical reactions and our behavior, when faced with a situation.

    CBT says that, generally, the events themselves are not the reason for negative feelings which lead to sadness and worries.  Our emotions and reactions are affected by our interpretation of the situations.  For example: when a situation is interpreted as bad and dangerous, we may feel threatened, worried, sad or angry.  We may feel tense and go into defensive.  On the other hand, when we judge a situation as positive or pleasant, we may feel comfortable and happy reflecting on the body as peaceful.  How we perceive and interpret a situation is mostly related to what we have learned in our past lives. However, our thoughts may not always reflect the reality and this may be the basis for the situations that we face difficulty. CBT helps people reevaluate and change theirthoughts and interpretations.

  3. EMDR

    EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) developed in 1987 by Dr. Francine Shapiro is a holistic psychotherapy approach.  When it was accidentally discovered that the eye movements reduced the disturbing affects of strong uncomfortable thoughts; the effects of this method was scientifically studied on people subjected to traumatic experience. EMDR, which aims to desensitize negative emotions, beliefs and body sensations caused by different stressful and difficult life events such as war stress, natural disasters, sexual abuse, phobia, depression, anxiety, performance anxiety, body image disorder, grief, aims to reprocess these experiences in a positive way. Shapiro, F. (2001). 


    We learn most of the attitude and behavior from the family in which we have been brought up or through the family ties that govern this culture.  Being a part of to these systems, we are in touch with the people and we interact with them.  Not only the family and the community, but sub systems like the workplace, education and social groups also affect us.  Systematic therapy, suggests theevaluation of the individuals according to the systems that they are a part of.  Psychotherapy studies the roots of our thoughts and conducts and provides a safe perimeter by reconstructing the non functional ones or rebuilding them. During this period, Systematic Therapy works with the systems that form the parts of the client.  The reasons why the client asks for therapy are examined, aiming at increasing the life quality of the client towards the determined targets.  Every system has a specific order.  For this reason, initially, the roles in which the client is subjected to through rules, limits, the relationships and the format of the members are investigated. The aim at the end of this period is to have the client find out about his/her strong points, functional resources and increase the emotional endurance.  This method could be applied on the individuals, couples, and families.


    In couples therapy, the problems faced in a relationship is discussed and tried to be solved.  One of the basic aims is to make the feelings/thoughts or actions more understandable by their spouses and strengthen the communication between them.  The methods to be used in couple’s therapy aredetermined according to the needs of the individuals; however, in general, the basic steps are similar.  After getting acquainted with the partners, the therapist helps to name and identify the feelings and recognize them.


    Although living in the same family culture, differences, and in relation to this, disagreements may emerge in the family, among the family members.  Family therapy is a phase during which the conflicts and problems are solved, accompanied by a specialist.  It focuses on how the family system works, and the relationships of the family members with each other.  The main objective is to have the family members understand each other better and strengthen their relationships.  During the therapy, the subject to be worked on is determined by the help of the therapist and a treatment plan is formed.  Family therapy helps to reinforce the relationships of the family members and helps to overcome the difficulties and stresses in hard times.  The skills that are achieved during the therapy, help continue healthy and balanced relationships in the family.


    Attachment theory is the basis of Emotion Centered Couple’s Therapy devised by Dr. Susan Johnsonand Dr. Lesley Greenberg in the beginning of the1980s (Johnson & Greenberg, 1985).

    One of the initial aims of the Emotion Focused Couple’s Therapy is to examine the negative patterns and loops in the emotional reactions of the couples, having trouble in their relationships and rearranging them, so that, the couples could change by interacting and reaching to each other in communication.  In addition to this, it aims at rearranging the negative feelings of the partners, creating new interactions so that they can develop a positive and strong self confidence and establish a comfortable and secure communication with each other.


    Gottman’s Couple’s Therapy is a couple’s therapy method, developed and proven by Prof. John Gottman’s scientific research methods.   Gottman’s Couple’s Therapy is a structured therapy and presents an eclectic form in its body consisting of various therapy approaches.


In addition to their degrees or doctorates from the universities, the members of our staff have at least one, long term psychotherapy training/education.  They go along with the continuous education and supervision policy which is needed for their professional development and improvement.

INVENTA PSYCHOLOGY is a psychological counseling center.  Psychotherapy and counseling servicesare rendered through a team of experts who graduated from the Psychology departments of Universities and have got either a masters or a doctorate degree from “Clinical Psychology” or “Couple and Family Therapy” graduate programs. They are well experienced and experts in their fields of study.

The Clinical Psychologists who work in INVENTA PSYCHOLOGY are subjected to the law article number 1219 which defines the “Clinical Psychologist”.  The title, “Clinical Psychologist” is usedaccording to the definition in this law article.

INVENTA PSYCHOLOGY, works along with the principles and values of the Turkish PsychologicalAssociation’s ( TPA ) Psychologists Ethical Regulations.

The clinical psychologists providing services at INVENTA PSYCHOLOGY are subjected to theregulation:  Healthcare Professionals and the job definitions of Other Healthcare workers” governing “The Job and Responsibilities of the Clinical Psychologists job definitions”.

The following face to face or online psychotherapy and counseling services are available at INVENTA PSYCHOLOGY:

Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR Therapy, Systematic Therapy, Couples  Therapy, Family Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, and Gotmann Couples Therapy.  

Inventa Psychology provides psychotherapy services for adults, couples and families, children and adolescents, as well as professional development workshops and clinical supervision studies for psychology professionals and students.


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