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Your Well-being Is Our Priority

At the Advanced Psychology Institute, we are dedicated to enhancing the well-being of individuals through unique perspectives and innovative methods.

Our mission is to offer advanced mental health care by integrating cutting-edge strategies with evidence-based practical applications.

What We Treat

Our clients seek help for a diverse range of issues. These can include, but are not limited to, challenges in interpersonal communication, marriage and family issues, stress, unhappiness, depression, panic attacks, phobias, mood swings, addictions, and other conditions that significantly impact their daily lives.

Each treatment is unique and based on the individual’s needs, goals, and comprehensive assessment. 

Relationship Issues

Many of our patients seek to build meaningful relationships, yet they often face obstacles such as anger, guilt, resentment, distrust, and emotional turbulence. These challenging emotions are commonly linked to a critical issue: the struggle with effective communication. Our approach addresses these barriers to foster healthier, more fulfilling interpersonal connections.

Stress

Common wisdom attributes the stress prevalent in our lives to the complexities of the modern world. The general advice often revolves around minimizing stress by simplifying our lifestyles and developing coping mechanisms and resilience strategies. However, at the Advanced Psychology Institute, we believe in a more nuanced understanding. 

Anxiety

Some people are naturally more predisposed to anxiety than others, depending on their life experiences and personality traits.  Message-Centered Psychology (MCP) views anxiety as both an emotion – specifically, the fear of being unprepared for potential future events – and a behavior that communicates this fear to others. Our treatment addresses both aspects.

Relationship Issues

Many of our patients seek to build meaningful relationships, yet they often face obstacles such as anger, guilt, resentment, distrust, and emotional turbulence. These challenging emotions are commonly linked to a critical issue: the struggle with effective communication. Our approach addresses these barriers to foster healthier, more fulfilling interpersonal connections.

Stress

Common wisdom attributes the stress prevalent in our lives to the complexities of the modern world. The general advice often revolves around minimizing stress by simplifying our lifestyles and developing coping mechanisms and resilience strategies. However, at the Fradkov Institute of the Mind, we believe in a more nuanced understanding. 

Anxiety

Some people are naturally more predisposed to anxiety than others, depending on their life experiences and personality traits.  Message-Based Psychology (MBP) views anxiety as both an emotion – specifically, the fear of being unprepared for potential future events – and a behavior that communicates this fear to others. Our treatment addresses both aspects.

Depression

When the world’s colors fade to shades of grey, and even the smallest efforts feel impossible, hopelessness may seem to prevail. However, you can recover and get your life back with our therapy and support.  

Depression

When the world’s colors fade to shades of grey, and even the smallest efforts feel impossible, hopelessness may seem to prevail. However, you can recover and get your life back with our therapy and support.  

Anger

Contrary to a common belief that views anger as purely destructive, we at the Advanced Psychology Institute understand it as a complex emotion that can be both healthy and necessary. Our approach to anger management is different from others.

Addiction

Addictive behavior has emerged as a significant societal threat comparable to terrorism and climate change. Current addiction treatments often fall short, with high relapse rates indicating that many individuals revert to addictive behaviors after treatment.

Anger

Contrary to a common belief that views anger as purely destructive, we at the Fradkov Institute of the Mind understand it as a complex emotion that can be both healthy and necessary. Our approach to anger management is different from others.

Addiction

Addictive behavior has emerged as a significant societal threat comparable to terrorism and climate change. Current addiction treatments often fall short, with high relapse rates indicating that many individuals revert to addictive behaviors after treatment.

Overwhelming Guilt

Overwhelming guilt is more common than often perceived, frequently stemming from experiences of abuse or manipulation. This condition extends beyond personal discomfort; it actively hinders individuals from taking positive steps to alter their situations.

Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

Clinically, dyslexia is recognized as a learning disability affecting reading abilities. People within the dyslexic range may not always exhibit typical dyslexic symptoms (like reading and writing challenges) but might face difficulties in understanding mathematical concepts, a condition known as dyscalculia. 

Personality Disorders

These are challenging to address due to their deep-seated nature in an individual’s personality. Message-Centered Psychology (MCP) offers innovative approaches, particularly for Cluster “B” disorders, which encompass Borderline, Narcissistic, Histrionic, and Antisocial Personality Disorders. 

Overwhelming Guilt

Overwhelming guilt is more common than often perceived, frequently stemming from experiences of abuse or manipulation. This condition extends beyond personal discomfort; it actively hinders individuals from taking positive steps to alter their situations.

Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

Clinically, dyslexia is recognized as a learning disability affecting reading abilities. People within the dyslexic range may not always exhibit typical dyslexic symptoms (like reading and writing challenges) but might face difficulties in understanding mathematical concepts, a condition known as dyscalculia. 

Personality Disorders

These are challenging to address due to their deep-seated nature in an individual’s personality. Message-Based Psychology (MBP) offers innovative approaches, particularly for Cluster “B” disorders, which encompass Borderline, Narcissistic, Histrionic, and Antisocial Personality Disorders. 

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