Welcome to the practice of Dr. Jessica Fritzges, a licensed clinical psychologist who offers comprehensive psychological services to individuals and organizations in Middletown, Delaware and surrounding communities.
The Institute provides individual therapy to children, teens and adults, as well as psychological evaluations, in its new location housed in the welcoming, collaborative healthcare environment at Wellbeing on Main. Proud to be part of the thriving community of merchants and providers on Middletown’s historic Main Street, Dr. Fritzges’ psychological practice uses effective interventions grounded in neuroscience to address a variety of mental health needs.
Assessment and treatment of severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) such as schizophrenia, personality disorders, and other chronic conditions
Assessment of trauma and dissociative disorders with accompanying skilled trauma therapy
Treatment of patients who have been in the mental health system for many years or who have experienced treatment failures with other types of care
Delivery of neurologically-based healing methods such as EMDR and attachment repair
Psychological evaluations using advanced psychometric tests, producing comprehensivereports and detailed treatment recommendations
Its name, the Atlantic Recovery Institute, emphasizes recovery as the goal of treatment. Whether recovery means reducing mental health issues by managing symptoms effectively, or eliminating the condition completely, the practice’s goal is to accomplish meaningful change in the lives of its patients.
Meeting your goals for change
Consistent with standards of ethical codes governing the practice of psychology
Acknowledging, embracing and supporting the lens through which you see the world.
Using therapeutic interventions that deliver results and help you feel better.
Using a variety of treatment modalities to provide a customized treatment experience-- never one-size-fits all, but instead, adapted to meet your needs at your pace, using several validated psychotherapeutic techniques together.
Reliant on interventions that are supported by research.
Delivered with an eye toward raising awareness of mental health issues and advocating for change at the individual- and community-level.