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Naz Sutcuoglu, Intern therapist (Starting in May 2024)


Mind. Body. Spirit.

Naz, a dedicated graduate student pursuing a master's degree in counseling psychology at Yorkville University, embodies strategic thinking, creativity, and empathy in her therapeutic practice. Drawing from her background in psychology, behavioral sciences, and addictions, Naz has cultivated an approach that integrates cognitive-behavioral, existential, and narrative therapy techniques. With a profound belief in the inherent worth of every individual, she is committed to fostering an environment where clients can explore their stories and uncover their strengths to achieve greater happiness and fulfillment.


Finding the good in things

In her therapeutic sessions, Naz navigates with ease through topics of trauma, anxiety, depression, and addictive behaviors, offering a safe and compassionate space for clients to address these challenges. Grounded in the belief that everything holds value and that everything happens for a reason, she guides individuals through a process of self-reflection, empowering them to understand the complexities of their circumstances and take control of their lives. Her approach is not only client-centered but also rooted in the understanding that each person's journey is unique, deserving of careful exploration and validation.


Naz's overarching goal is to facilitate a deeper understanding of the intricate web of experiences that have shaped each individual's life, empowering them to rewrite their narratives and pursue the life they aspire to live. With her genuine warmth and down-to-earth perspective, she encourages self-exploration and personal growth, leaving clients more self-aware and empowered to navigate life's challenges with resilience and confidence.

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