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obsession disorder


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that causes recurring and disturbing thoughts or desires (obsessions). These obsessions cause the person to perform repetitive behaviors or mental acts (compulsions). These compulsive behaviors try to reduce the anxiety caused by the obsessions, but provide only temporary relief and take up a significant part of daily life. OCD treatment is usually done with behavioral therapy and/or medications.



Depression is a mental health problem with symptoms such as long-term unhappiness, loss of motivation, difficulty in getting interest and pleasure, sleep disorders, fatigue, changes in appetite and weight. Clinical psychologists can treat depression using individual therapy methods. The goal of treatment is to reduce symptoms and help the person regain their regular life.



Parenting difficulties refer to the difficulties or conflicts that parents face while raising their children. These difficulties may be related to the development of children, the relationship between parents, family issues and so on. Clinical psychologists practice therapy to support parents and find solutions.



Anxiety is a condition in which emotions such as worry, anxiety and fear are felt distinctly and continuously. Anxiety disorder can interfere with normal activities of life or have negative effects. There are several different methods of treatment for anxiety disorder, such as pharmacological or behavioral therapy.

exposed to psychological violence by friends


Psychological Violence is behavior aimed at inflicting emotional harm on another person. These behaviors may include controlling, threatening, demeaning, belittling, discrimination, or constant criticism. Psychological violence, like other forms of violence, can cause serious psychological and physical harm, and its effects can be long-lasting. Serious and long-term therapy is necessary to end psychological violence.

an angry individual


Anger Control Disorder is a condition that results from a person's inability to properly manage their anger. This can be talked about when the person is often very angry or abnormally angry and this anger has negative effects on himself or his environment. Counseling can help the person discover ways to manage their anger and help them achieve a better emotional balance.



Addiction is the state of being excessively dependent on a certain substance, behavior, or activity. Addiction can negatively affect a person's life and health and can become a problem that needs to be resolved. Addiction can be dealt with using therapy or treatment methods.



Stress and trauma are physical, emotional and mental reactions to negative experiences in people's lives. Stress and trauma treatment helps people improve their ability to manage and heal these effects. Therapies include therapeutic talk, bodily therapy, and psycho-symerapic approaches.

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