Güler Ann lived in the U.S. for 25 years where she received degrees in Psychology and Sociology. She then studied Clinical Psychology and Behavior Modification. She is bilingual in English/Turkish with 25+ years' experience in therapy, education and behavior management. She has worked at Sabanci University as the Languages School psychologist for the past seven years and has been the British Embassy School, Ankara School Counsellor for eight years. She has a private practice in Ankara.
Dr. Mutluhan Izmir, author of ' The Antidepressant Trap' and ' lt The Mind's Dialectic', is a specialist in Psychiatry from Ankara University and served as a visiting physician at Crownsville Psychiatric Hospital Centre in the U.S. He advocates using required medications at the lowest dosages possible for a minimum amount of time and enabling people to realize misconceptions regarding themselves and situations they find themselves in through the use of existential psychotherapy.
Melda F. Şenyurt graduated from Hacettepe University's Psychology department in 1981. She worked at various governmental agencies as an administrator and child/adolescent psychologist. Since 2002, she has worked at a psychiatric clinic with children and teenagers, at retirement homes with the elderly, and with disabled children and their families at a Special Education facility. She is certified in administering psychological tests such as the WISC-R, WAIS, MMPI, and assessments for children.
Berkay Arslan graduated from Ankara University’s Linquistics Department. In 2007, he began working with Dr. Müzeyyen Çiyiltepe on speech and sound disorders. They have authored articles for national and internationally referenced journals and conferences. His areas of concentration are articulation disorders and stuttering. He is currently attending the Turgut Özal University’s Audiology and Speech Disorders Masters Program. Berkay Arslan also works as a diction and voice trainer at an art institution.