Bediha Ipekci, PhD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Dept of Psychiatry




Dr. Ipekci is a post-doctoral fellow at Boston Medical Center and a MILO trainer. She completed her PhD at the University of Massachusetts Boston and her doctoral internship at Boston Medical Center’s Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology. She is an experienced practitioner and teacher of motivational interviewing.

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  1. Turan N, Ipekci B, Cinalioglu EA, Yilmaz MY. Post-migration adaptation and self-determination in Syrian asylum seekers: Teachers’ perspectives. Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research. 2022; 17(1):8-27.
  2. Levitt HM, Collins KM, Morrill Z, Gorman KR, Ipekci B, Grabowski L, Karch J, Kurtz K, Orduña Picón R, Reyes A,Vaswani-Bye A. Learning clinical and cultural empathy: A call for a multidimensional approach to empathy-focused psychotherapy training. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 2022; 1-13.
  3. Levitt MH, Ipekci B, Morrill Z, Rizo JL. Intersubjective recognition as the methodological enactment of epistemic privilege: A critical basis for consensus and intersubjective confirmation procedures. Journal of Qualitative Psychology. 2021; 8(3):407-427.
  4. Ipekci B, Turan N. Dysfunctional relationship beliefs as gendered predictors of alexithymia in Turkish cultural context. British Journal of Counseling Guidance and Counseling. 2020; 1-14.
  5. Turan N, Ipekci B, Yilmaz MY. Self-determination and psychological adaptation in refugees and asylum seekers. New England Journal of Public Policy. 2019; 31(2):1-14.
  6. Ipekci B. Complexity of Resiliency Framework for Refugee Population: A Letter to the Editor Regarding Wright et al. (2016). J Immigr Minor Health. 2018 10; 20(5):1041. PMID: 29350319; DOI: 10.1007/s10903-018-0698-5;
     

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2021 University of Massachusetts Boston: Exemplary Commitment to Social Justice Award
2019 Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis: Scholarship Award
2019 APA Division 39: Multicultural Concerns Committee Scholar Award
2018 Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute: Scholarship Award
2018 American Psychological Association: Advanced Training Institute Award: Research Methods with Diverse & Ethnic Groups, MSU
2010 Turkish Ministry of National Education: Scholarship Award
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