Psychological Support for Women with Menoxenia and Premenstrual Syndrome
in 2-6 weeks
Behavior Modification Program
based on 7Spsy Technology
We will help you develop proper mindset for effective treatment and get back to full life
Women’s health problems and complex psychological well-being reduces the quality of life and prevents you from enjoying the simple pleasures of life.
Changes in your endocrine profile causes you to have frequent mood swings including anger attacks, temper tantrums, and fits of weakness.
Women's health affects their self-esteem and sense of ‘self’. You find it difficult to explain your feelings to your partner and often intimate touch or sex is uncomfortable.
Physical manifestations of the disease become harder to bear You suffer from nagging pain, heaviness in the chest, aches in joints and headaches. Nothing helps, and you must endure these discomforts alone.
You are always hungry and you slip up and binge on unhealthy food, which makes you suffer from guilt and anger later. You cannot maintain an ideal weight and you also suffer from swelling.
Do you want to feel calm and balanced again?
Our remote behavior modification program based on 7Spsy technology is an opportunity to receive professional psychological support, develop positive attitudes, alter the behavior pattern of an unwell person, and realize the power of thought and how it influences your health.
You will feel a sense of peace and relief. There will be no anxiety or tearfulness.
You will become aware of the difference between the emotional and the physical state and develop new behavior to cope with the problem in an appropriate manner.
You will follow the path of to new lifestyle and feel the effects of definitive treatment.
7Spsy technology is an updated type of coercion-free classical conditioning developed by Ivan Pavlov, Nobel Laureate.
This model is focused upon clients’ and psychologists’ convenience. The use of innovation ensures the model is best adapted to online psychology.
7Spsy technology deals with behavior
New conditioned stimuli are established during trainings based on the technology. Through the use of the technology you will learn new behavior automatically and seamlessly in as little as 2-6 weeks*
*The duration of the program depends on the problem the client has presented with, their psychological maker and current condition
Behavior modification package contains:
Individual Training Programme
Details of your Personal Psychologist
There are 7 easy steps to solve your problem:
Sign an Agreement
Sign an agreement and pay for the 7Spsy behavior modification package.
Take a Test
Take a diagnostic test using your personal account and receive contact details of a psychologist you'll be working with.
Get an Item Kit
Pick up a parcel at your post office with an item kit to perform a full-sensory behavior correction.
Have the Items Ready to be Used for Training
Take stock of the items and read the detailed instructions.
Contact Your Psychologist
Tell your personal psychologist that you are ready to start training and take an online consultation.
Perform tasks 2 times a day for 20 minutes, observing all the instructions.
Capture Your Results
Recognize the changes,
get used to a new pattern of behavior
and enjoy living a full life
Benefits of using
7Spsy Behavior Modification Package
We do not disclose or share customer information with third parties
User-Friendly Online Environment
You're practicing a remote training program at home whenever you want
You're supported by a psychologist throughout your behavior modification program
Program duration ranges between 10 — 42 days depending on the condition
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