Mehmet Z. Sungur

 


Mehmet Z. Sungur is a professor of psychiatry at the Medical School of Marmara University in Istanbul, Turkey. His clinical practice covers a wide range of clinical syndromes with a special emphasis on cognitive behavioural treatment of anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, posttraumatic stress disorder and sexual and marital problems. He published numerous articles in national and international scientific journals and presented extensively in national and international seminars, workshops and congresses on the clinical applications of CBT. He played a leading role in the dissemination of the practice of CBT in Turkey. He established the Turkish Association of Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (TACBT) in 1995 and is still the president of the association.

He was the president of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy (EABCT). He is also one of the founders of Sexual Education, Treatment and Research Association (CETAD) and organised numerous national and international meetings on the assessment and treatment of sexual problems. He has received some national and international awards, the recent one being the Lilly Schizophrenia Reintegration Award. He has currently committed himself to the training of mental health professionals in clinical applications of CBT both in Turkey and abroad. He is running training courses for a large number of  mental health professionals and certified training programmes for the TACBT.  He has run many workshops in UK, Denmark, USA, Serbia, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Ireland, Japan, Germany, Honkong, France, Italy and Canada related to CBT and especially sexual and marital problems.
Mehmet Z. Sungur
Mehmet Z. Sungur

 

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Management of Sexual Disorders - Does being Muslim make any difference?Sydney 2007

 

 

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