I am a Psychologist and FDAP - TMS - Bioresonance practitioner working in Private Practice. My academic and professional qualification include both undergraduate and postgraduate in psychology. (Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) King's College London.) I also undertake medico-legal work as an independent expert. I am the member of British Psychological Society (BPS) also FDAP practitioner Member of The Federation of Drug & Alcohol Professions (FDAP) As a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) practitioner I have completed TMS Clinical Certification in Maastricht University, Netherlands. This Clinical Certification Programme is officially recognised by the European Union of Medical Specialist (UEMS) and accredited by the European Accreditation Council for CME (EACCME). Since August 2019 I have been offering TMS treatment at my private Clinic. I am also Mora Bioresonance Therapy Practitioner. Bioresonance is based on the idea that unhealthy cells or organs emit altered quantum frequencies due to DNA damage. Since the 1970s, MORA bioresonance therapy has globally been applied in the context of complementary medicine for various indications such as successful application in smoking cessation as well as substance misuse like weed or cocaine addiction treatment and Alcohol addiction treatment. My clinical work is diverse and covers assessment and therapy for children, adults and minority ethnic groups for a wide range of conditions. I have expertise in administering and interpreting a wide range of tests, including but not limited to IQ, Memory Personality, Suggestibility, Alcohol and Substance Addiction, Post-traumatic stress, Depression, Emotional Functioning, Risk and Psycho-pathology.
Experience History - ADHD - ASD & Learning Difficulties
In Turkey / Istanbul as a Clinical Psychology Assistant Practitioner (This title is valid only in Turkey) I worked 3 years on the project to diagnose Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD and Learning Disorders. Since all these three disorder have many similiarties, it is not easy to diagnose and treat children.
Over 50% of all children with ADHD also have a learning disorder. ADHD affects the ability to learn, In contrast, learning disorders are often quite specific such as reading, writing, or math. So, treating the symptoms of ADHD will not itself correct learning disorders. However, treating ADHD makes it possible to correct the learning disorder. Similarities between ASD and ADHD can lead to dual diagnoses in early childhood.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a disorder of childhood. It is characterized by deficits in social skills (social interactions and social communication) and repetitive behaviors, activities, or interests. Combined, these two problems can severely limit ordinary activities and interests. Intelligence is often impaired, and the ability to learn and utilize new information is markedly restricted. Behavioral symptoms may include hyperactivity, aggressiveness, impulsivity, a short attention span, and temper tantrums. With the multimodal treatment approach using both medication and behavior therapy to treat Children with ADHD, ASD and learning difficulties would be the best approach. Currently I have been offering TMS thetrapy for
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Learning Difficulties and ADHD and getting very successful and positive outcomes.
Ground-Breaking Treatment! Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Over the past 3 years, I worked over 400 cannabis misuse cases alone and helped many of the clients during their treatment. There are many misconceptions about weed/cannabis use. They all believed what they have been using just a natural plant with even less harm than a cigarette. As a matter of fact they try to purchase higher THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) values and paying more to thinking that they are getting the best one. Well in a way that is true they are getting the most harmful one by choosing the higher THC levels.
Once you started to explain what THC does to their brain and their behaviour they started to see the picture. I always tell the side effects or the problems before they started to share with me. This way they started to realise quicker how common this syndromes were and how much they effected.
In most cases they don't know why their motivation has gone and why they do not want to do anything this could be waking up and going to school or even going out from their room. Secondly they never realise why they stop having dreams. Since THC effecting their brain in a way that they skip the ram sleep and go directly deep sleep. when you explain how important having dreams even the dreams they do not remember and what does ram sleep to their memory and their lives, they surprised. Currently offering combination therapy to stop substance misuse and getting over %97 postive results. I have been combining the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Mora Bioresonance Therapy with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) within 2 weeks and I am achieving wonderful results.
panic attacks, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, alcohol,
cocaine, cannabis, problematic gambling
Over the last few years I worked with variety of clients who suffers from panic attacks, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, alcohol, cannabis, cocaine and problematic gambling addiction. I also helped many teenagers who has low Self-Esteem, Social Anxiety and cultural issues in their education I believe being able to share understandable and simple Psychopharmacological information, explaining all pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic made a huge difference on their perspective. Something that they could not find easily over the internet was actually fascinating them and improve the trust for their practitioner.
Sharing deeper information, scientific facts and most importantly list of issues they have been facing during their usage explaining how we can change this together not only boost their self confidence, as their addiction practitioner they believe there is someone out there to help them and they are not alone.
Research Software Engineer & CBT Therapist london
Aside from my academic experience I am a research software engineer. Putting these two sides of my professional background together I developed a mobile based iPhone application called The Alcohol Intoxication Monitor (AIM) for my Msc thesis. The AIM App uses smartphone technology with an integrated application for ecological momentary assessment (EMA) in a natural environment. The app is designed to incorporate the recording of alcohol consumption, BAC Level (blood alcohol concentration), coordinated Geographic Information System (GIS) to place drinking in location, time and recurrence and includes measures of subjective intoxication and mood state with a short version Profile of Mood States (POMS). The app generated interest when I gave a presentation at the Emerging Methods in Addiction Research Conference in June 2015.
I want to continue using my professional and academic interests to further explore brief interventions and harm-reduction and therapeutic treatment for drug and alcohol misusers through mobile apps or e-health programmes and further promote the use of mobile phone apps in addictions and health research. The present opportunity to be involved in the development of e-health programmes relevant to the Patient and Carer Participation theme, within the Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health (BRC-MH) will help meet these aims.
As a Psychologist I specialise in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is the treatment of choice for anxiety, depression, sex therapy, work related stress, sleeping problems, couples therapy as well as a wide range of issues. CBT is an evidence-based therapy, this means that our therapists are delivering effective treatments that are proven to work quickly and in the long term.