|Dr. Bory, Dr. Mountz and the professional
staff of the Fredericksburg Psychological
Services extends a full range of psychological
services to children, adolescents, and adults, as
individuals, couples, families, and groups.
We provide treatment for depression, anxiety,
bereavement, substance abuse, martial conflict,
phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, sexual
abuse, sexual disorders, eating disorders, behavioral
problems, sleep disorders, and pain management.
assessments and evaluations for educational, forensic,
court ordered, child custody and special occupational
Consultation with primary health care professional on
treatment compliance, differential diagnosis and patient
Special programs include stress management,
biofeedback, and hypnosis.
Group therapies for growth and self-actualization and
to provide a supportive environment for individuals to
explore their patterns of interpersonal relationships
and implement behavioral changes.
Evaluations for suitability for
security positions, suitability for specific
security jobs, GOODNESS OF FIT.
Fredericksburg Psychological Services
provides expert professional assessment for SECURITY
positions, senior executive appointments and
goodness of fit to a specific job. We
will assist your selection of the best
ARE NOT ALONE
According to the National Institute of Mental
Health, more than 30 million Americans need help dealing
with their problems.
Problems such as job worries, martial and family
problems, illness or injury, death of a loved one,
anxieties, loneliness, or depression. Millions more
suffer from stress-related illness.
Americans experience emotional problems more than any
other disabling condition.
Most major health problems are caused by stress or
high-risk lifestyle. Up to 80% of complaint to
physicians concerning colds, upset stomachs, back pain,
and fatigue stem from emotional stress and conflict.
As much as half the mortality rate from the leading
causes of death can be traced to behavior and lifestyle.
Stress is a product of our reactions to certain events
and pressures. Although moderate stress may help us
respond to critical situations, continuous stress can be
Headaches and muscle tension, high blood pressure,
insomnia, ulcers, heart disease, and other serious
illnesses also have been linked to stress and