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Online Therapies


Panic Disorder; It can be defined as the fear developed for the feelings created by the physical changes in The Person's body, accompanied by panic attacks. In other words, we can say that panic disorder is a kind of bodily symptom phobia. Agoraphobia, on the other hand, is defined as The Person's avoidance of entering certain situations, with the thought that it is difficult to escape or seek help if physical symptoms occur that will put The Person in trouble.


social anxiety disorder an underlying problem with anxiety. Anxiety is a response to stress. It is possible to have physical and mental consequences as well as physical and mental causes. Involuntary, disturbing thoughts that come to the mind of the person are effective in the formation of anxiety.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a reaction that occurs after experiences that hurt the person spiritually and that does not subside in less than a month. Although these reactions occur after experiences that would be considered stressful for almost everyone (such as physical assault, traffic accident, sexual assault, or witnessing such life-threatening situations), the persistence of these symptoms may lead these reactions to a psychiatric disorder requiring treatment. transforms.


Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental illness that occurs as a result of obsessive thoughts affecting daily life and even vital activities. Obsession, which means obsessive thoughts and impulses, and compulsion, which means repetitive mental actions and behaviors, form the disease.


Generalized anxiety disorder is when individuals are constantly worried for no apparent reason, expect bad things to happen, and worry by seeing the worst side of every event.


Major depression is a set of symptoms in which disturbances in emotion, thought, behavior and bodily functions occur as a reflection of the deterioration and irregularities in the functions of the brain.

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