Explaining CBT to Children

Maria Hays | May 28, 2024

Getting children to agree to therapy can be challenging. They may not see the benefits, feel it won’t work, be embarrassed, have had a bad experience before, think they don’t need help, or feel forced. To help, try to explain CBT in a relatable way.
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Psychological Testing and Assessment: A Quick Guide

Maria Hays | May 8, 2024

Capital Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy offers comprehensive testing and assessment services for children, adolescents, and adults in our Bethesda, MD office.  
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Understanding OCD: How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Make a Difference

Maria Hays | May 3, 2024

In this blog post, we'll delve into the intricacies of OCD and describe how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be a beacon of hope for those seeking to break free from the chains of obsessive thoughts and compulsive rituals. 
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Depression in Teens: How Parents Can Help

Maria Hays | April 5, 2024

Teenagers often experience moments of sadness or moodiness. However, persistent sadness or a significant change in behavior over an extended period may indicate depression.
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You're Never Too Old To Begin

Maria Hays | January 25, 2024

One of the biggest mistakes people can make is quitting too early.
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In February We'll Start Regulating our Emotions!

Maria Hays | January 23, 2024

Capital Institute's Regulating Emotions, Distress and Interpersonal Relationship (REDI) Group is currently forming!
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A-CBT Releases New CE Course on the Fundamentals of CBT

Maria Hays | November 27, 2023

Capital Institute's Director Stephen Holland on the Therapy Relationship
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School Admission Testing Season Is Here!

Maria Hays | November 3, 2023

We have immediate openings!
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