Intensive Outpatient Treatment in McLean, VA

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McLean, VA

Anxiety Institute in McLean, VA, knows the challenges of anxiety. We provide support through intensive outpatient treatment services, helping you effectively manage and cope. Contact us now.

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(703) 997-3400

Anxiety Institute

6862 Elm Street, Suite 620
McLean, VA 22101

Approximately 5-10 minutes to your local provider at 6862 Elm St., McLean, VA

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About Anxiety Institute

Conveniently located minutes from Tysons Corner with easy access to Chain Bridge Road, Dolley Madison Boulevard, and Route 495, our office at 6862 Elm St. hosts convenient parking and proximity to local amenities and retail locations.

Our Programs

Intensive Day Program
Designed for adolescents and young adults between the ages of 12 and 25 struggling with moderate to severe anxiety or OCD, this outpatient program provides comprehensive, continuous care for expedited and enduring recovery.

Clients in our Intensive Day Program typically have not progressed with weekly therapy on its own. Withdrawal from family, friends, school and favorite activities are common, as well as excessive technology use (social media, gaming) as an unhealthy coping strategy. Our concentrated intensive outpatient program occurs Monday through Friday, over a 6-12 week time frame, depending on severity of symptoms. Each day consists of four hours of targeted individual and group work.

Individual Therapy
Compassionate and focused individual therapy sessions with a personally assigned anxiety specialist.

Our clinicians use proven cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and other approaches to treat anxiety and OCD, which can be complex and affected by other co-occurring symptoms. Depending on individual needs, treatment is supported by advanced technologies such as bio-feedback, virtual reality, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, which is particularly effective for trauma recovery.

Parent Coaching Services
Empowering parents to help their anxious child develop resilience, independence, and competence. Solution-based Coaching Services for parents of children with anxiety.

Parents and caregivers will learn to shift their approach from accommodating their child’s anxiety to parenting using constructive strategies and effective support techniques. Parents master skills to break the cycle of accommodation and avoidance, improve family dynamics, and foster a more independent, resilient child. Informed by evidence-based practices of the SPACE* treatment model from The Yale Child Study Center, the program is customized for your family’s specific needs.

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Staff Highlight

Rebecca Berman, MSS, MLSP, LCSW
Clinical Director

McLean, VA

Over the last eighteen years, Rebecca Berman has treated adolescents and adults with anxiety-related issues and eating disorders in outpatient, intensive outpatient, day treatment, residential, and inpatient settings.

Rebecca earned a dual Master’s Degree in Social Service / Law and Social Policy from Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. Rebecca joins Anxiety Institute after fourteen years with the prestigious Renfrew Center where she served most recently as a Clinical Training Specialist. In that role, Rebecca was responsible for supervision, training, treatment, program development, and led Renfrew’s Trauma Informed Care initiative. Rebecca co-authored the groundbreaking treatment manual The Renfrew Unified Treatment for Eating Disorders and Comorbidity – An Adaptation of the Unified Protocol, published by Oxford University Press in 2021.

Rebecca specializes in anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, and neurodiversity and has a special interest in working with the transgender population. Rebecca is a nationally recognized speaker in Trauma, Eating Disorders, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), Self-Injury, Neurodivergence, and Transdiagnostic Treatments.

From the Team in McLean, VA...

Is my child’s anxiety "normal"?

By Dan Villiers, PhD
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Today’s teenagers face a staggering array of challenges: navigating complex social dynamics, coping with changes to their bodies, competing for college admissions, dealing with parental expectations, and more – all…

“My personal knowledge and experience of anxiety and fear, as a victim and as a conqueror, has gifted me the valuable asset of emotional intelligence. Knowledge and experience that will give me the empathy to connect with others and the grit to overcome adversity.”

Daniel Villiers, PhD

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About McLean, VA

McLean, Virginia

McLean, VA is an affluent suburb nestled in Fairfax County, just 10 miles west of Washington, D.C. Known for its luxurious estates, high-end shopping centers like Tysons Corner, and a multitude of green spaces, McLean offers a blend of urban and suburban living. It hosts headquarters for numerous corporations and is a stone’s throw from the Central Intelligence Agency and other significant governmental agencies.

The area is a hub for highly-rated public schools, such as Langley and McLean High Schools, and is in close range to prestigious universities like Georgetown and George Washington University. McLean’s demographic is composed of a mix of government officials, diplomats, business executives, and professionals, many of whom enjoy the community’s quiet streets and private ambiance.

McLean fosters a sense of community through its support for local businesses, community events, and public forums on critical issues such as environmental conservation. The town is committed to the well-being of its inhabitants, providing a safe, inclusive atmosphere and access to community services that cater to the needs of families and individuals alike. McLean stands out as a place that values education, security, and the richness of community life, making it a desired location for those seeking a high standard of living near the nation’s capital.