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Mine is a developmental and clinical psychologist from Ankara, Turkey. She received her M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology from Middle East Technical University and completed her PhD study in Developmental Psychology at Ege University. In the years 2005-2020, she worked as a full-time faculty member at Atılım University Department of Psychology, where she acted as the Vice Chair and Chair for several years. Since July 2020, she is an independent researcher and trainer. Her research interests include suggestibility of children’s memories, children’s rights, child abuse and neglect, developmental psychopathology, children and trauma, and refugee children. She has been working in Child and Adolescent Unit of Turkish Psychological Association (TPA) and served as an Executive Board member (2018-2020). On behalf of TPA, she was one of the founding members of the Partnership Network for Preventing Violence against the Child in Turkey and for different periods since 2012, she served as the TPA representative at the Executive Committee of the Partnership Network. She is also a member of Turkish Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (TSPCAN). She is in the development team of “In My Shoes (IMS)” Turkish training programme and is one of the two leading trainers of IMS in Turkey. Her training as an Agency-Based Trainer of Safeguarding Children Assessment and Analysis Framework (SAAF) and Hope for Children and Families (HfCF) programmes are in progress.