Güler Okman Fişek

Clinical

Professor

Emeritus

+90 212 359 70 53

Education: 
  • PhD, University of Connecticut, 1973
  • MA, University of Connecticut, 1970
  • BA, Connecticut College, 1967
Courses Taught: 
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Family Psychology
  • Selected Topics in Clinical Psychology
  • Readings & Research in Clinical Psychology
  • Selected Topics in Human Development
  • Advanced Clinical Psychology
  • Approaches to Individual Psychotherapy
  • Supervision
Research Interests: 
  • Psychotherapy in a changing culture
  • Migration and social change effects
  • Self-development in the family context
  • Family interaction in health
Recent Publications: 

Fişek, G. O. (2008). The human side of disaster: Reflections on the 1999 Marmora Earthquake. (2008). Edited book with Hayat Kabasakal. İstanbul: Boğaziçi University Press.


 

Fişek, G.O. (2009) Self development, individuation and culture: a psychoanalytic search. In Bekman,S. & Aksu-Koç, A. Perspectives in human development, family and culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


 

Fişek, G.O. (2010) Relationality, intersubjectivity and culture: experiences in a therapeutic discourse of virtual kinship.  Studies in Gender and Sexuality.


 

Boratav, H. B., Fişek, G.O. & Ziya, H.E. (2014): Unpacking masculinities in the context of social change : Internal complexities of the identities of married men in Turkey. Men and Masculinities, 17, 3, 299-324.


 

Halfon, S. Fişek, G.O. & Çavdar, A. (2016) An empirical study of verb use as indicator of emotional accessin therapeutic discourse. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1-16.


 

Çavdar, A., Fişek, G.O. (2017) Here-and-now defensiveness and interactive regulation: A relational perspective on the psychoanalytic process. Psychoanalytic Psychology.


Boratav, H.B. Fişek, G. O. & Ziya, H. E. (2017) Erkekliğin Türkiye Halleri, İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları.


 

Fişek, G.O. (baskıda) İlişki İçinde ‘Ben’: Kültür, Aile, Bireyselleşme ve Psikanalitik Arayışlar. İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları.