The quality of your relationships can be improved.

If you find yourself facing challenges in your relationships or seeking to enhance their quality, the Capital Institute is here to provide support.

Our interventions are tailored to help couples and families strengthen their relationships by replacing negative conflict patterns with positive interactions and addressing past grievances. We also employ interventions aimed at fostering closeness and intimacy, deepening emotional connections, and facilitating changes that contribute to shared objectives. Let us assist you in making your relationships more fulfilling and gratifying.

It’s important to note that the Capital Institute’s relationship therapy, like all our services, is LGBTQIA+ affirming.

  • Improve relationships
  • Deepen connections

Areas We Can Help

At the Capital Institute, we help couples or families who are struggling with a variety of areas.

  • Frequent conflict and arguments
  • Poor communication
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Infidelity
  • Emotional distance
  • Money
  • Parenting

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Personalized Couples Therapy

Individual therapy affords you the opportunity to build a strong connection with a therapist who invests the time to understand your unique background, strengths, challenges, values, and objectives. Your treatment plan is meticulously customized to meet your specific needs. Whether you prefer Teletherapy or in-person consultations at our offices in Washington, DC, or Bethesda, our Psychologists are dedicated to delivering outstanding care.

  • Weekly and/or multiple times a week sessions
  • In-person & teletherapy services available
  • Range of fees to fit your budget

Related Disorders


A mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.

Obsessive Compulsive

Most people with OCD suffer from both obsessions and compulsions.


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a common reaction to very stressful or traumatic events.