Arman Begoyan is a psychologist, psychotherapist, mental health supervisor and mental health trainer from Armenia. He is currently doing his PhD at Armenian State Pedagogical University (ASPU). In 2013, he earned his Diploma in ‘The Linguistic Foundations of Psychotherapy’ from Adam Mickiewicz University and Poznian University of Medical Sciences. In 2008, he finished his psychology degree from ASPU.
He is currently the Chief Specialist at Hilfmann Psychological Services and the Head of Clinical Psychology and Psychology Department of Harmand Hilfmann School of Professional Psychology.
Begoyan offers office-based and online (via Skype) individual, child, group, couples and family counselling and psychotherapy. All appointments are strictly confidential. His office is located in the centre of Yerevan. He offers help for: depression and mood disorders, anxiety and panic disorders, addictions and substance-related disorders, dissociative disorders, trauma and PTSD, eating disorders and body-image issues, communication concerns and sexual relationships concerns.
He also offers clinical supervision for mental health professionals (psychologists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and other professionals). His range of forensic psychological include psychological assessment, parenting capacity assessment, therapeutic mediation, psychological violence evaluation and expert testimony.
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His publications include:
- Begoyan, A.N. An Anatomy of Psycho-trauma: Pain, Illness and Recovery. International Journal of Psychotherapy: 2014, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 41-51.
Credits: Arman Begoyan
Published: 06 February 2015
Last updated: 18 November 2016
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