Hot Topics: Session 6
Examining the Association between Early Maladaptive Schemas, Compensation, and Avoidance Coping Strategies
by Mert Aytac, Bahar Köse Karaca, Alp Karaosmanoglu
About the Presenters:
Bahar Köse Karaca:
Dr. Bahar Köse Karacais a Turkish certificated schema therapist and now goes on advanced certification training under supervision of Dr. Alp Karaosmanoğlu. Dr. Köse Karaca studied psychology in Middle East Technical University and then completed clinical psychology master and doctorate degrees in the same university in 2014. In her doctorate degree, she deserved to participate a special training to be educated for being a qualified supervisor.She wrote both her thesis and dissertation related to schema theory. Now, she works as the psychotherapist in her private office and as the lecturer in İstanbul Rumeli University, teaching schema therapy and providing supervision in Clinical Psychology Master and Doctorate Programs. For about 10 years, she has worked too many adult shaving chronical problems and personality disorders as the schema therapist. In her academic carrier, she has supervised many thesis and research related to schema therapy. She continues to do research being a part of an ongoing project in company with Dr. Karaosmanoğlu. She has been working as one of the referees of Ayna Clinical Psychology Journal andJournal of Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy and Research. Some of the studies conducted by her were written below:Thesis:Early Maladaptive Schemas and Well-being with the Moderator Effect of Balanced Integration Differentiation modelDissertation:Young Schema Domains, Young Maladaptive Coping Styles, and YoungParenting Styles on Working Alliance among Supervisors, Therapists, and the Clients
Psychiatrist, Founder of PsikoNET Psychiatry and Training Center Advanced Certified Schema Therapist, Supervisor, and Trainer
Hasan Alp Karaosmanoğlu works as a psychiatrist and a psychotherapist in Istanbul. He is the author of the bookOops, Something Bad Will Happen -The Pincer of Worry: Anxiety and Conscience. Alp continues his ISST-approved training and certification programs in Turkey and abroad.
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