About us

Antalya Soulscience School is a limited company that has been conducting research and development studies on psychotherapy since 12-09-1989. Antalya Soulscience School, which serves clients and students from all over the world from Uzbekistan to North America, from Luxembourg to Iran, from Tajikistan to Germany continues under the leadership of Murat Kemaloglu, MD.

Kemaloglu was born in 1957 in Karşıyaka, İzmir. He finished high school in Michigan, USA. He graduated from Ankara University Faculty of Medicine in 1980. After his military service as a physician, he worked as a research assistant at Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry between 1982-1984.

Between 1984-1989, he studied analytical psychotherapy at the Carl Gustav Jung Institute in Zurich. He is the only Turkish medical doctor trained at Carl Gustav Jung Institute – Zurich. He presented scientific papers in international conferences in Athens, Florence, Rio de Janeiro, Vancouver and various provinces of Turkey.

He gave lectures in Dortmund, Dresden, Luxembourg, Prague, Bratislava, Manheim, Kazan, Ashgabat, Muscat, Sana’a, Bucharest, and Budapest under the title “Development is Inevitable with Dolphin Therapy”. He lectured at Budapest Peto Institute, Brno Masaryk University Special Education Department , Ege and Eskişehir Anadolu, and Mersin University in Turkey. He interviewed in radio and television programs in Turkey, Bucharest, Bratislava, Germany, and Luxembourg. His thesis work on psychosis, was published as a book under the title “Reflections of Psychosis”.  His articles on psychotherapy were published in  culture, art, and literature magazines. His article on the paintings of Devrim Erbil was included in the specially prepared Devrim Erbil book. The book “50 Years in Psychotherapy”, which featured the original views of the Antalya Soulscience School on various subjects, has been published by Zuzu Kitap.

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“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”

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