Psychotherapy Research

Scientific Programme

Psychotherapy Research

Evidence-based research is the most important scientific way of working. APSS is developing new psychotherapy techniques from religious sources. The scientific investigation of the new approaches is inevitable.

Gratitude is one of the strongest factors for psychological recovery. By means of scientifically evaluated questionnaires as well as the specially developed questionnaire from spritual sources, a comparative analysis should be carried out on a healthy sample of 600 persons.

Start: November 2018

 The goal is data generation, scientific evaluation and publication of the developed methods.


M.Sc. Şükran Doğruyol,
Clinical Psychologist, Den Haag-Netherlands

Dr. med. Ismail Yavaş,
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Dortmund-Germany


M.A. Sc. Kübra Hozan,
Clinical Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland

Melike Göncüoglu,
Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland.

İlkay M. Karabacak
Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland.

M.A. Sc. Fatih Kürkçü,
Clinical Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland.

Sevde Betül Miyanyedi,
Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland.

Dilara Nur Şahin,
Psychology Student, Warsaw-Poland

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