- Title: Clinical Psychologist (MSc)
- Education: Boğaziçi University (BA), Bilgi University (MSc)
- Profession: Individual therapy
- Therapy Approach: Psychodynamic therapy, psychoanalytic therapy
- Working days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
- Office: Nişantaşı (European Side)
- Works with: Interpersonal relationship problems, depression, anxiety, adaptation problems, existential concerns, aggression, loss, self-confidence problems, migration and belonging
Clinical psychologist Yasemin Tabbihka completed her bachelor’s degree in Boğaziçi University in 2006. She received her master’s degree on Clinical Psychology from Bilgi University. Tabbhika’s master’s thesis was on the assessment of “shame” in psychoanalytic approach.
During her masters, she worked as a school psychologist in a private school and in the mean time she completed her vocational education and internships in Bilgi University Psychological Counseling Center and a private counseling center. After receiving her masters, she started practicing individual psychotherapy to adults in a private counseling center.
Alongside of her work mentioned above, she worked as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist in a nursery school by Turkish Social Service and Children Protection Agency in a mental health protection project. Within the project she worked with children in neglect, abuse, loss, trauma and various sorts of adaptation problems and provided psychological counseling to parents and staff working with children. She worked as a professional in nongovernmental organizations and conducted social research and contributed to publishing reports regarding the education policy. She still continues her work both professionally and voluntarily in children rights, prevention of violence to children and parental education.
Clinical Psychologist Yasemin Tabbhika works with adults in individual therapy in Nişantaşı office. Her focused areas of psychotherapy are; interpersonal relationship problems, depression, anxiety, adaptation problems, existential concerns, aggression, loss, self-confidence problems, migration and belongingness. She prefers psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approach and she continues to take psychoanalytic approached individual supervision.
- Individual Counseling
- Nişantaşı Office – European Side