Vision and Mission
Our department’s mission is to provide higher education that meets international criteria for quality and quantity. We aim to foster counselors who approach research and consultations with modern sensibilities, who seek to advance science on national and international levels, and who will protect the mental health of children and young people.
We aim to educate empathetic counselors who are capable of conducting modern, high quality research in line with ethical values, who are on the forefront of their field. Our department aspires to benefit society through helping these counselors provide exceptional services to the institutions
Integrity, honesty, fairness, tolerance, transparency, leadership, cooperation, responsibility, commitment to ethical values, innovation and creativity.
Psychological Counseling and Guidance is the process of helping individuals understand themselves, to solve their own issues, to make realistic decisions, to develop their capabilities at the highest level, to carry out their relationships with their environment in a healthy and balanced way, and thus to enable individuals to realize themselves.
Graduates of the field can work as guidance counselors/psychological counselors in primary and secondary schools affiliated with the Ministry of National Education, and can work in Guidance Research Centers, kindergartens, special education centers and human resources.
Our department is made up of five professors, two associate professors, one lecturer, one research assistant (PhD), and one research assistant.