Who we serve

The Center Clinic is best suited for individuals who may benefit from the services provided in an outpatient setting. Individuals are welcome regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age or sexual orientation.

We are not best suited to serve: those in need of continued inpatient care; those involved in legal issues; those in need of consultation for educational planning (e.g. learning disability accommodations); or those whose primary struggles are with substance misuse, abuse, or dependency.

Clinicians and patients work collaboratively in psychotherapy and  explore core issues. This process has been shown to promote positive changes that can last after the treatment ends. These factors include: the expression of emotion, the exploration of interpersonal relations, an emphasis on the therapy relationship, the exploration of attempts to avoid distressing thoughts and feelings, the relevance of past experiences, and the identification of recurring themes and patterns (Shedler, 2010).

Exceptions for psychological evaluations

We are not able to conduct testing for the purposes of accommodations or special education privileges in schools, or any legal situations, under any circumstance. If learning problems are not central to the evaluation, but might be included in the picture, we may provide information about the strengths and weaknesses of the individual’s abilities, rule out any other factors, and suggest learning strategies.

Bilingual Services

When a bilingual clinician is available, we can often provide psychological services in other languages than English. Please share with your intake interviewer your language needs and we will work to accommodate you, or connect you to other agencies best suited to your needs.

PsyD Clinic

Clinic Hours & Location

The Center Clinic
1922 F St. NW 
Suite #103 (Ground level)

Washington, DC 20052


Monday-Thursday: 8:00 am-8:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 am-4:00 PM