About Capital Private Psychological Services
Capital Private Psychological Services welcomes all individuals and families to our practice because respect and acceptance for each individual’s attributes and beliefs is a core value for our staff and therapists.
Each therapist brings their own individual personality, professional experiences, and treatment methodologies to their relationships with clients. Our organization works to engage different therapists so our clients can work with the therapist that is the best fit for them. We all need to feel that we have a comfortable and productive relationship with our therapist.
At Capital Private Psychological Services, we want to make a positive impact on the challenges with getting timely access to mental health services, which is why schedule new client appointments within a week. Making the choice to start therapy is an important one, so we know starting that process as soon as you can is equally important.
Furthermore, Capital Private Psychological Services is differentiated from other organizations by our expenditures involving research and the most current treatment approaches and services. Our providers have published research studies in several internationally distributed professional publications. We also ensure our therapists have access to the most current information in their fields and regularly evaluate this information to identify effective concepts to integrate into their ongoing professional development and evolution of skills.
Below is a list of conditions we commonly treat. Due to the number of conditions and concerns we treat at our organization, the list does not encompass all facets of our services. We are always happy to further discuss our providers and organization with current and prospective clients. Please use our contact information located throughout our website to connect with an individual at Capital Private Psychological Services.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Life adjustment issues
And many more…