The same practical, skills-based approach works with a number of problems children may face, including anxiety, depression, social fears, eating disorders, concerns about sexual and gender identity, OCD, self-harm behaviors and ADHD.

We work with children from age 2 through high-school age in our Bethesda office.  In our DC office we see children age 16 and above.

Child Therapy

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How Psychological Testing and Assessment Can Help Your Child In School

Maria Hays | May 28, 2024

Psychological testing and assessment can play a pivotal role in understanding a child’s cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Testing can explore issues related to intelligence, learning and memory, language usage, academic achievement, problem solving, processing speed, reasoning, attention, mood, and personality.
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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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