Therapist / Mental Health Clinic

Donald Delaney Eating Disorders Clinic (Main Hospital)

Donald Delaney Eating Disorders Clinic (Main Hospital)


111 Michigan Avenue, NW Washington, District of Columbia 20010
Children’s National Hospital
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
We recognize the complexity in diagnosing and treating eating disorders. Our team emphasizes a personal approach to care that addresses the unique needs of each patient. The clinic’s highly qualified multidisciplinary team includes experts in psychology, medicine, and nutrition to treat the physical and emotional aspects of the disorder, while also educating and empowering patients to live a healthier lifestyle — nurturing a healthy body and mind. Over the course of a few visits, our specialists complete the initial evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment plan. The evaluation may include diagnostic interviews with the patient and parents, self-report questionnaires, and medical examinations. The frequency of visits is determined by the severity of illness, but most patients begin treatment on a weekly basis and taper that schedule as the condition improves. Patients can also opt into using animal-assisted interventions during evaluations or treatment sessions so patients and families can interact with therapy dogs during visits.
Insurance:
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private Insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Eating Disorders
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia (D.C.)
Donald Delaney Eating Disorders Clinic (Friendship Heights)

Donald Delaney Eating Disorders Clinic (Friendship Heights)


5028 Wisconsin Ave NW Suites 250 & 310 Washington, District of Columbia 20016
Children’s National Hospital
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
We recognize the complexity in diagnosing and treating eating disorders. Our team emphasizes a personal approach to care that addresses the unique needs of each patient. The clinic’s highly qualified multidisciplinary team includes experts in psychology, medicine, and nutrition to treat the physical and emotional aspects of the disorder, while also educating and empowering patients to live a healthier lifestyle — nurturing a healthy body and mind. Over the course of a few visits, our specialists complete the initial evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment plan. The evaluation may include diagnostic interviews with the patient and parents, self-report questionnaires, and medical examinations. The frequency of visits is determined by the severity of illness, but most patients begin treatment on a weekly basis and taper that schedule as the condition improves. Patients can also opt into using animal-assisted interventions during evaluations or treatment sessions so patients and families can interact with therapy dogs during visits.
Insurance:
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private Insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Eating Disorders
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing, Visually Impaired, Physically Disabled
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia (D.C.)
Drug Abuse Institute

Drug Abuse Institute


2041 Georgia Avenue Suite 68-13 NW, Washington, DC
Howard University Hospital
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
Outpatient substance abuse treatment with special programs offered for persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders. The office is accepting patients, but patients need to call for availability and wait time (no walk-ins). Payment assistance is offered via a sliding scale.
Insurance:
No insurance needed, Medicaid / Public Insurance, Medicare, Private Insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Addiction / Substance Misuse, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
District of Columbia (D.C.)
Depression Treatment and Research Clinic at The Ohio State University

Depression Treatment and Research Clinic at The Ohio State University

Currently providing services via telehealth. Physical location: 1835 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210.
Depression Treatment & Research Clinic, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The DTRC specializes in providing individual cognitive behavioral therapy for depression. Services are provided by graduate students in OSU’s clinical psychology doctoral program. Currently, all services are being provided virtually. Services are provided free of charge for adults in Ohio.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
Yes
Service Focus:
Depression
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Eligible States:
Ohio
District Heights Family & Youth Services Bureau Programs

District Heights Family & Youth Services Bureau Programs

City of District Heights, 2000 Marbury Drive, District Heights, MD 20747
District Heights Family & Youth Services Bureau
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The District Heights Family & Youth Services Bureau prides itself in creating programs that are beneficial to all participants. Programs are offered in a nondiscriminatory manner, without regard to race, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. We are constantly looking to create and implement new programs that pro-actively help our community prosper. Some private insurance carriers are accepted, we also accept Maryland Medicaid and use a sliding scale for self-pay.
Insurance:
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Medicare, Private insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale, Fee Waiver
Service Focus:
Addiction / Substance Misuse, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Parenting, Stress, Suicide, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Currently Unknown
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Currently Unknown
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
Currently Unknown
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Maryland
Business Hours:
Monday to Friday, 9am to 8pm, Saturday 9am to 2pm
Date Last Updated:
04/24/21
DePaul Family and Community Services

DePaul Family and Community Services


Byrne Hall, Room 300, 2219 North Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60614
DePaul Family and Community Services
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The DePaul Family and Community Services is a full-service behavioral health clinic located in Lincoln Park on the campus of DePaul University. Since we are connected to a major university, our staff includes an exceptional team of highly-skilled Clinical/Community Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, a Psychiatrist, and graduate students. A definite gem in the city! In addition to our traditional services​ (individual, family, group therapy), we provide specialty services such as Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (designed to strengthen the parent-child bond) and Psychological Testing/Assessment. Our clinic is ideal for children/adolescents and their caregivers.
Insurance:
Medicaid / Public Insurance, Private insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Child Abuse or Neglect, Crisis Support, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Grief / Bereavement, Parenting, Relationship Difficulties, Stress, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Currently Unknown
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
Currently Unknown
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English, Spanish
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Illinois
Business Hours:
Monday to Wednesday from 9am-7pm; Thursday from 9am-6pm; Friday 9am-5pm
Date Last Updated:
10/25/21
Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services

Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services


528 West 121st Street, 6th Floor, 525 West 120th Street, New York, NY 10027
Teachers College, Columbia University
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services (DHCEPS) is a training clinic which provides practical experiences for graduate students at Teachers College, Columbia University. The DHCEPS offers affordable psychological and educational services to individuals, couples, and families residing in the New York City area. The emphasis is on respecting and working with clients from diverse, multicultural contexts regardless of age, racial and ethnic background, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, and religious or cultural affiliations. 
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
New York
Business Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm, Friday, 9am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday, Closed
Date Last Updated:
11/03/21
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services


3401 Eudora St, Denver, CO
Mental Health Center of Denver
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Currently Unknown
Service Description:
We offer services to people of all ages who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing, late-deafened or Deaf Blind. The cultural traditions and beliefs of the Deaf and hard-of-hearing communities are integrated into this program. Our approach acknowledges the importance of and need for direct communication and provides sensitivity to cultural affiliation and to the psychosocial impact of hearing loss. The counseling staff is fully fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and Signed English. We have full-time staff interpretive services to insure comprehensive access to our continuum of care. They offer various services including support groups, crisis support, education and employment support and medication management.
Insurance:
No insurance needed, Medicaid / Public Insurance, Medicare, Private insurance
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
Yes
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Deaf or Hard of hearing
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Colorado
Date Last Updated:
11/10/21
Drexel Psychological Services Center

Drexel Psychological Services Center


Stratton Hall, 2nd Floor, 3201 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Drexel University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Currently Unknown
Service Description:
The Drexel Psychological Services Center (PSC) is dedicated to providing high quality, accessible, and affordable psychological services to Philadelphia and surrounding areas. We provide confidential therapeutic and assessment services to individuals and families of all ages and compositions. Our providers and the services we provide strive to be culturally sensitive and compassionate and reflective of our commitment to high standards of professional ethics and competence. We value the similarities and differences among all the people we serve and strive to increase our awareness of how to best serve all people through our training and practice. The PSC accepts clients of all ages (children through older adults) depending on the fit between the needs of the client and the expertise of our staff at any given time.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Attention Problems, Depression, Disruptive Behavior and/or Conduct Problems, Grief / Bereavement, Managing Medical Conditions (e.g., chronic pain, sleep problems), Parenting, Relationship Difficulties, Stress, Trauma
Research-Supported Treatments:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Mindfulness
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
Women
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Parents
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Pennsylvania
Date Last Updated:
11/11/21
Drexel University Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy Clinic

Drexel University Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy Clinic


1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19102
Drexel University
Can This Service Be Accessed Virtually / Remotely?:
Yes
Service Description:
The Drexel University Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy Clinic offers teletherapy and in-person therapy to residents of Pennsylvania and in-person therapy to residents of Philadelphia and surrounding areas, including students. The fee for service is based on household income using a sliding scale so individuals, couples, and families can access care if they do not have insurance, need a more affordable fee, or prefer not to use their insurance. We provide services to people from childhood through their elder years, using relational and evidence-based approaches. We offer services for people who are seeking support to manage life challenges, find solutions, and develop strength and confidence to achieve your goals. Currently not offering individual therapy services, although this may change in the future.
Insurance:
No insurance needed
Always Free?:
No
Financial Aid:
Sliding Scale, Currently Unknown
Service Focus:
Various Concerns, Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, Stress
Research-Supported Treatments:
Currently Unknown
Medication Management Services?:
No
Age Groups Served:
Adults, Seniors / Older Adults, Young Adults, Adolescents / Teens, Children
Specialized Services for Gender Groups:
No specialized services
Racial / Ethnic Groups Served:
No specialized services
Specialized Services for LGBTQ+:
No specialized services
Special Services For:
Not applicable
Language:
English
Access:
Currently Unknown
Waitlist?:
Yes there is a waitlist
Licensed Providers?:
Yes
Eligible States:
Pennsylvania
Date Last Updated:
11/13/21