We are an outpatient clinic at both our Capitol Hill and Old Town, Alexandria locations.
What does outpatient mean?
You will go to your psychologist’s office or meet with them in person or via tele-therapy for a specified amount of time each week and then return to your place of residence. This is known as individual or group treatment.
Due to the paucity of Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP; usually 4-8 hours a day, 5 days a week, and you return home at night) and Residential services (24/7 care where you stay overnight) in the Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland area that provide evidence-based treatments for anxiety and depression, we also offer an intensive/accelerated program. This program was developed by our staff to reduce the needs of our patients having to step UP/increase their level of care. We want to be able to meet our patients’ needs in our local area before recommending facilities in other areas of the country (as the DMV has been notorious for lack of stepped-up PHP and Residential care) that meet our standards for good quality, evidence-based care.
The Washington Anxiety Center of Capitol Hill is the oldest psychology outpatient treatment center (est. 2016) on Capitol Hill that utilizes evidence-based treatments of anxiety, depressive, and behavioral disorders in Capitol Hill.
The psychologists at our practice employ cognitive-behavioral treatments to treat these disorders, with a special emphasis on exposure-based therapies.
Our practice serves individuals of all ages:
Old Town, Alexandria Office 220 South Washington Street, Suite 102 Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 202-768-6494