Best Cognitive Behavioral Therapies In Washington Near Me

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1. Capital Institute for Cognitive Therapy

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1 reviews
Capital Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Attention
5
Hygiene
5
Cleaning
5

Address: 1729 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 234-0903

Guy: Psychologist


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Han Chen: I only saw Dr John Dennis at CICT. So this review is for him only. I want to try my best to give my honest and objective opinion. I saw him a couple years for OCD. Dr Dennis is very good at treating OCD. He is very helpful in that area. However, my dad got sick and after a year and half of suffering, he passed away. Dr Dennis is NOT a grief therapist, so he should not pretend to be one. Ethically he should have referred me out to a qualified grief therapist. It’s 4 years later, I am still hurt by things he said, such as I “must have felt relieved “that my dad finally died. He was even asking me if my dad abused me, which was so inappropriate. In one therapy (this is when my dad just passed away), I was crying the entire session, he was frustrated and said the session “is not productive”. Grief is fundamentally different from having OCD. One is an expert in one area does not mean he is expert in all areas. In summary, I highly recommend Dr Dennis if you are looking for OCD treatment. At the same time, I wish Dr Dennis and all therapists to be humble, know their limits and have patients’ best interest at heart. p.s the most useful resource for grief would be David Kessler’s books and time.

2. Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington

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5 reviews
Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Attention
5
Hygiene
5
Cleaning
5

Address: 11227 Lockwood Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20901

Telephone: (301) 593-4040

Guy: Mental health service


Review: Their website mentions cognitive behavioral treatment

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Virginia Runko: As a psychologist, I always refer to BTC for anyone suffering from OCD (although I'm sure they're skilled in treating other disorders). They are highly specialized and trained in OCD. I even took a multi-week OCD training here with their clinicians which made me appreciate their expertise all the more. The BTC clinicians I had met, including Dr. Mansueto and Dr. Weintraub, were all wonderful in terms of interpersonal skills - warm, good listeners, etc. I believe they have ongoing group meetings to consult with each other on various cases which I think is great for patient care. I often rave about them to my clients and figured it was high time I rave about them publicly to anyone who might find this helpful!
Response: Thanks for your kind feedback, Dr. Runko. It was our pleasure meeting you and having you join our meetings.

Malik Saab: I don't know a better place for treating OCD patients in the DC Metropolitan area and I have done research on this! They use ERP very effectively, which is the only proven therapy method that works for OCD I believe.

James Long: I really appreciate BTC. They are very thorough and care about the people they work with. Very high regards.
Response: Thanks for your feedback. We place a strong emphasis on providing a quality experience and that our clients feel valued and cared for.

Andrew Stobie: This is a great therapy place but the office itself is not great.Update: I felt I should update this. The physical offices did improve over the time that I was visiting there!
Response: Thank you for this valuable feedback. While we are continuing to conduct therapy services through telehealth during the pandemic, we are working on continuing to improve the aesthetics of our physical space for when we return to the office.

3. The Ross Center

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16 reviews
The Ross Center
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Attention
5
Hygiene
5
Cleaning
5

Address: 5225 Wisconsin Ave NW #400, Washington, DC 20015

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 363-1010

Guy: Mental health clinic


Review: "... on staff worked with us to figure out the best treatment options."

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lorie d: The Ross Center's Medical Director, Dr. Beth Salcedo is amazing! She is kind, compassionate, and takes time to understand the needs of her patients. She takes a holistic approach to treating anxiety which I have really appreciated. I highly recommend her!
Response: Thank you for your kind words!

Robert Scott: How can you get good adolescent care virtually when everyone can go to the movies, hair salons and all the other activities, but a simple in- person program or seeing a psychologist is off limits because of the excuse of a pandemic. Is the psychologist and therapist too good to not meet in-person when all of us are working back at work? We all need to be loud and tell our mental health professionals that we are not going to take virtual as an option anymore. This company just cares for the ole mighty dollar and they think that they can give adolescent mental health effectively virtually as our children keep falling apart. This is ridiculous and unprofessional.
Response: We are working on our reopening plan, being mindful of the various health needs and concerns of our staff while also following the guidance of our regulatory organizations such as APA. We hope to be able to offer in person treatment very soon.

Brianna Scott: Yikes! Leaving my review with the same thing I said in my e-mail: "Good afternoon, I just called the Ross Center and not sure who I spoke to but...it's clear that you all as a company do not want to help people. I called simply stating that I received a voicemail over the weekend, I was inquiring about being a new patient for medication management, and was just met with..."okay." I tried to give the person the benefit of the doubt but they clearly had an attitude. This is my first impression of this company so...despite the fact that maybe the doctors who work here might be good...I don't really want to deal with receptionists who are annoyed at the fact that their literal job is to get new patients signed up. It's already super hard to get mental health help, and it's also a lot to build up the courage to ask in the first place. Does this matter to any of you all? No. But, you all should be wise to train folks answering the phones to just treat people with respect. If the person was confused by what I was asking, they could have simply just said, "Yeah, we can help with that. Who exactly left you a voicemail over the weekend?" It's really that simple. Thank you and have a great rest of your week." It's probably going to be quite rough finding anyone in the city to help with medication management. But I'd kind of rather go without medication at all than being treated shittily by literally anyone in the healthcare system.
Response: This is certainly not the experience we want you to have, and not what we expect of our administrative staff. We apologize that you were treated this way. We will investigate this and deal with it immediately. If you have not yet been able to get an appointment with a different psychiatrist, feel free to leave a message for our medical director at 202-363-1010 x 114 and she will make sure your inquiry gets handled immediately and comfortably for you.

Rachel Wise: When my teenage daughter was experiencing some anxiety, I called the Ross Center and she was scheduled the next day for an evaluation. The entire process was smooth and efficient. The professionals on staff worked with us to figure out the best treatment options. My daughter had an extremely positive experience at The Ross Center. I highly recommend the Ross Center.

N A: I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Melissa Monson. She is extremely reliable and is the only psychiatrist I have ever felt like I got very comprehensive care from consistently. Ross Center is very expensive. I have been a patient off and on for many years, but I have never felt like I didn't get what I paid for here.

Sheryl Aaron: I've had the pleasure of collaborating with a number of therapists and psychiatrists at The Ross Center, and I have the utmost respect for their team. When referring clients to this practice, I know they'll get some of the most consistently skilled and compassionate treatment available in the D.C. area.

Jill Jacobs: Unprofessional, discriminatory, argumentative, and poorly informed. I tried to make an appointment here, and made it very clear that I am willing to pay cash -not use insurance at all - but was told that because my insurance is Tricare, they will not see me. Repeatedly I explained that I have no intention of using insurance nor filing with insurance after the fact, I simply want to get therapy and pay for it myself. In fact, I explained I would be willing to sign a document to that effect or write a letter and have it notarized declaring this. Regardless, I was told that they will NOT see any person who has Tricare, Medicaid, or Medicare, period... This place does not file or accept any kind of insurance at all; they only accept out of pocket payments. Yet they will not take my money, will not even tell me their fees because... Why...? I happen to have a past association association with the military...? This is not only discriminatory, but bad business practice, in general. I would give zero stars if I could.

Kiki Boots: Honestly feels like a scam. Our family has dealt with many, many clinicians over the years and this is the first time that, on intake, they told us there wouldn't be a good fit and to go elsewhere. And this is for pretty run-of-the-mill needs. I would avoid, unless you want to be charged hundreds of dollars for nothing.
Response: Hi there- We would be happy to discuss this with you and see if we can work something out. That does not sound right, and is not typically how we operate. Please give our medical director, Dr. Salcedo, a call at 202-363-1010 x 114 so you can set up a time to talk about this and we can make this right. Thank you.

Brad Brenner, Ph.D.: I've known Dr. Beth Salcedo for years and she's a warm, thoughtful expert. She and her colleauges at the Ross Center are some of best in the Washington DC.

Laura Webb: The Ross Center has been an extraordinary resource for me. Because of them, I’ve found exactly the right treatment to manage my anxiety, and I’m so grateful.

4. Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institute

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5 reviews
Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institute
Facilities
4.8
Prices
4.8
Attention
4.9
Hygiene
4.8
Cleaning
4.8

Address: 2200 Wilson Blvd Suite 210, Arlington, VA 22201

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 539-5006

Guy: Psychologist


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Leah Walker: Dr. K and her team at Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institute are excellent clinicians. I would highly recommend this group to anyone seeking the latest and most effective evidence-based treatments. I have collaborated with this group numerous times and have seen amazing results.

Ifeanyi M. Olele: As a psychiatrist, I feel comfortable referring my patients to Dr. Kecmanovic and the Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institute Team. They offer a safe space for their clients to feel comfortable sharing their issues. Their team will help you look for solutions to your problems through their different service offerings and treatment techniques.

Carol Miller: I am a psychologist who has collaborated with Dr. K on a number of cases, and she is a warm, wise, compassionate, well-trained and astute clinician. I am happy to refer to her and always welcome the opportunity to work with her.

Adele D'Ari: I am a colleague of Dr K's and refer to her regularly. We have worked together and she is responsive to working as a team and that has contributed to outstanding care. I am always careful who I refer to so am thrilled she is near by.

ab t: Zero for patient care.

5. Cognitive Therapy Center

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2 reviews
Cognitive Therapy Center
Facilities
5
Prices
5
Attention
5
Hygiene
5
Cleaning
5

Address: 5530 Wisconsin Ave NW, Chevy Chase, MD 20815

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (301) 951-3668

Guy: Psychologist


Review: "... more familiar with matters relating to professionals in the DC area."

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James Lambert: I have nothing but positive things to say about my over four year relationship with Dr. Dalton. Bright, engaging, versatile, and never seeks a "one size fits all" approach to an issue. I have seen the results of our work together in my life and do not hesitate to recommend him.

Michael Widener (Gmail Address): I have known Dr. Dalton since 2005. I recommend his services because I have had the chance to compare his to other providers and have returned because he is more familiar with matters relating to professionals in the D.C. area.