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22 May 2022 17:45


Gülseren Budaıyıcıoğlu, who spoke with high-rated TV series such as Masumlar Apartmanı, Camdaki Kız, responded to the bad criticism.

Criticism continues on the TV series Doğduğun Ev Kaderindir and Kırmızı Oda on TV8, Masumlar Apartmanı on TRT 1, and now Camdaki Kız on Kanal D, adapted from the books of psychiatrist Gülseren Budaıyıcıoğlu, which includes the stories of her clients.

Sabah newspaper television critic Yüksel Aytuğ talked about Gülseren Budaıyıcıoğlu in her column and said, “Don’t watch those TV series!” “There is a danger that these serials may trigger past traumatic experiences,” she said in her article titled.

In the same article, Specialist Clinical Psychologist Gökçen Şenyuva said, “With the psychology-themed TV series, the therapy room can be removed from being a place of privacy and reliability. In this case, it can prevent people from going to psychotherapy. Or it can trigger the past traumatic experiences of the people watching. Considering all these, we recommend that people under the age of 18 not watch psychological-themed TV series as their development continues.”

Although these TV series were criticized, they showed a lot of interest in these productions, which stand out with the different stories of our drama-loving people, and raised them to the level of the most watched TV series for weeks. Almost every production broke rating records on the day it was released. Camdaki Kız was awarded the “Best Series Award” at the Golden Butterfly.

Psychiatrist, writer Gülseren Budaıyıcıoğlu responded to the criticisms that came to her in the program called 40, which was broadcast on BluTV and presented by Cansu Canan Özgen.

Expressing her sadness for receiving such heavy criticism, especially from her colleagues, the famous psychologist said that she expected support in such matters and made the following statement; “Our people have been fond of venting anger by criticizing in recent years. I cannot believe or understand that someone from our community is criticizing someone who knows these things. I just think of it as pure envy and I don’t like it to my colleagues.”

From the audience and readers, “Hodja, look, I watched this story, so look what my life has been saved from. Or, I read this book and see how my life turned out to be positive.” Gülseren Budaıyıcıoğlu also said that she received supportive messages such as “We, as scientists, should be open to everything” especially for her colleagues.

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