Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute (FSRI)
FSRI is a non-profit health clinic designed to provide the highest quality care at affordable fees. Counseling at FSRI is very discreet and highly confidential. As some of the few licensed psychologists in Kuwait, all of our work strictly adheres to the ethics codes of the APA, NASW, and BPS.
- t: 2572-0338
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- Addictions or Substance Abuse
- Anger Management
- Anxiety or Fears
- Child or Adolescent Issues
- Chronic Pain or Illness
- Eating Disorders
- Gay Lesbian Issues
- Age Specialty: Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elders
- Session Format: Individual, Group, Couple, Family
- Treatment Approach: Integrative
- Company Name: Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute (FSRI)
- Therapist Type: Therapist
- Fees: We base fees on what people can afford to pay.
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
- Years in Practice: 13
FSRI is a nonprofit org. and has an expert staff of licensed clinicians including specialists in psych assessments, neuropsych. and therapy, We are able to treat most mental health concerns and all of our services are available in English and Arabic.
- Baghdad Street Block 9, Building 7 Salmiya
- Amaia Residences, 2nd Floor
- Kuwait City, Kuwait 22034
Hours of work
Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Mon 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tue 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wed 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thur 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
We are located in Salmiya across the street from Salmiya Pharmacy, Pilates and More, and La Baguette. Click here for a map: http://fsrikuwait.org/contact.html
About Dr. Nicholas Scull, FSRI Clinical Director:
I am a licensed psychologist in Rhode Island and a licensed clinical social worker in Pennsylvania. I earned my doctorate in counseling psychology with a minor in educational psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a masters degree in clinical social work from Bryn Mawr College. I currently work as the Clinical Director of the Psychological Services Department at Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute and I am an Adjunct Professor at American University of Kuwait (AUK).
I completed an APA-accredited doctoral internship and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). There, I received specialized training in psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and psychoeducational assessment for ADHD and learning differences. I have also received specialized postgraduate training in couples/marital counseling from the renowned Gottman Relationship Institute, the foremost leaders in couples research and therapy. I have more than 13 years of clinical experience working in range of settings including UCLA, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Swarthmore College, and public elementary, middle, high and charter schools, and community mental health centers.
I have numerous awards, publications, and professional presentations to my credit. I am an editorial reviewer for the International Journal of Peace and Development Studies (IJPDS) and International Perspectives in Psychology: Theory, Research, and Consultation, a scholarly journal published by the American Psychological Association (APA).
I am an active member in several professional organizations. I am the current President of the Middle East Psychological Association (MEPA) and a member of the American Psychological Association (APA). I am also a member of the APA's Division 17 (Counseling Psychology), Division 52 (International Psychology), and I am the APA Division 52 International Liaison to Kuwait.
About FSRI Psychological Services Department:
I am the Clinical Director of the Psychological Services Department at Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute. Our clinic has an extremely professional and expert staff of clinicians and we are therefore able to treat a broad range of concerns. All clinical services are offered in Arabic and English.
Our clinic specializes in individual therapy for children, adolescents and adults to address a range of concerns including behavioral problems, academic problems, problems with low mood, anxiety/worry, family problems, and eating concerns. We are also well-qualified for marriage/couples counseling and family counseling.
We also have a unique program in collaboration with Yale University whereby we are able to offer telehealth medication consultations with doctors at Yale University.
Our clinic also specializes in educational psychology and psychological assessments for children, adolescents, and adults. Using the latest testing instruments, we do not just identify areas of weakness but are instead focused on individuals' strengths. All assessments are also focused on interventions and determining concrete recommendations to improve the problem.
We test for the following concerns:
-Intelligence and cognitive assessments (WISC-IV)
-Academic ability (WIAT-III)
-Attention and concentration problems (ADHD)
-Learning disabilities including reading, writing, and math disabilities
-Developmental disabilities including Autism and Asperger's
-Dementia and geriatric concerns
-Specific diagnostic concerns including depression, anxiety, social anxiety, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, addictions, OCD, schizophrenia, childhood anxiety/depression, personality disorders, forgiveness, anger, and marital satisfaction and many others.
Assessments will be tailored to the specific concerns of the client and will result in a very detailed report. The report will specifically address the reason for the referral and will provide detailed recommendations. Follow-up services are also available to help implement the treatment recommendations.
The first step is to call me (2572-0338) or email me and we can arrange an in-person consultation to assess the problem, provide preliminary recommendations, and answer any questions. All of our services, starting with the first email or phone call, are confidential and private.