Psychiatry Treatment Modalities - School Maturity Studies

To find answers to the questions "Will my child succeed in school?" "Why he/she fails in the classes", "Why he/she can’t succeed even if he/she studies?", "Why he/she commit himself/herself to his/her classes?", to direct the student’s studying process and solving the complications and increase the motivation and rate of success...

Computer-Assisted Neuropsychological Assessment Tests:

  • COGNITRONE (Attention and Concentration Scale),
  • SPM Standart Progressive Matrices (Reasonable Thinking Scale),
  • DAUF Continuous Attention Test
  • NVLT- Nonverbal Learning Test
  • Beier Sentence Completion Test
  • Beck Depression Scale
  • Beck Anxiety Scale
  • SCL-90 Symptom Assessment Scale

After these tests, it is determined whether there is a need for therapeutic or psychiatric processes. When deemed necessary, detailed examinations can be requested.

In order to contribute to our children’s preschool development:

  • Agte (Development Inventory)/
  • Denver (Development test)
  • Frostig (Visual Perception Test) - 4-
  • year old and above
  • Porteus (Mental Development Test)
  • L. DUSS (Psychoanalytic Stories
  • Test-Personality Assessment)/
  • McHO- WER personality test
  • Peabody/Receptive Language Test
  • OKHT (School Preparation Test)
  • Compatible with infant school

After these tests, it is determined whether there is a need for therapeutic or psychiatric processes. When deemed necessary, detailed examinations can be requested.

The Importance Of Psychotherapy in Children and Adolescents


In overcoming psychiatric and psychological problems in childhood and adolescent periods, and with the help of child-adolescent psychiatrist in required aituations; psychotherapy plays a crucial role. Psychotherapy includes a program planned according to the child’s or adolescent’s needs. For example, for a child suffering from “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” experts perform activities such as special education, attention training, learning techniques, behaviour studies, urge control activities, stress management (Neurobipfeedback activities), personality development, social skills training (communication, empathy, problem solving) etc.

For obsessive compulsive disorder, experts use cognitive behavioral techniques in addition to personality development and social skills training. A level of awareness is provided towards the individual’s obsessions and he/she is given several assignments. As different from adult psychotherapy, counselling of the family and school becomes more important and supportive. In cases where this cooperation cannot be provided, the level of imporvement will be limited.

The purpose of psychotherapy is avoiding recurrences of problems by eliminating situations which cause the problem as well as treating the psychiatric illness.