Anxiety & Mental Health - Northern VA Office

Exceptional mental health care in Northern Virginia

Northern VA Office Details


1595 Spring Hill Road, Suite 520
Vienna, VA 22182

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Phone: 703-687-6610
Fax: 571-282-3799


Mon – Thurs: 9am – 8pm

Friday: 10am – 7pm


Weekends: Closed


To schedule a mental health appointment with one of the therapists or psychiatrists in our Northern Virginia office, please call 703-687-6610 to speak to one of our patient care coordinators, who can help determine which clinician might be a good match for you. You can also send an inquiry via the CONTACT US page.

Patient Portal

Upon scheduling your first appointment, you will be sent an invitation to access the Patient Portal. All patient forms can be found in the portal.


Centrally located near Tyson’s Corner in Vienna, this office serves the areas around northern Virginia including Fairfax, Arlington, and Loudoun counties. Take the elevator to the 5th floor – Suite 520. Ample parking is available at the office complex.

For metro service, take the Silver Line toward Wiehle Reston East. Exit at Spring Hill Metro Station. Use the West entrance station exit and walk approximately 3 minutes to the office.

Prescription Refills

Prescription refills can be requested using the form below. Please be advised that the turnaround time for prescription refill requests is no more than 48 business hours.  This means anything received on Friday will be completed no later than the same time the following Tuesday (assuming that Monday is not a holiday).  If you need a refill more quickly, please call the office as soon as possible and do not use this form.

Rx Refill Request Form

At the Ross Center in Northern Virginia, our highly qualified and compassionate clinicians are here to help you live your best life possible. Conveniently located in Vienna, VA, near Tyson’s Corner in McLean, we offer mental health services including individual therapy, family therapy, and medication management. With psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists all under one roof, we provide a wide array of treatments that have been scientifically proven to provide lasting results in the shortest possible amount of time.

We take a collaborative approach to care, working individually or with the entire family in developing the optimal treatment plan. With a variety of clinician specialists, we are able to provide a combination of approaches that can include individual or family therapy and psychiatric medication to provide the best possible outcome.

We also provide comprehensive assessment services, including neuropsychological assessment and psychiatric evaluations. You’ll appreciate our dedicated patient support staff who create a welcoming environment from your very first call. Our goal is to ensure that you or your child achieve meaningful progress and optimism for long term mental health.

What We Treat

At the Ross Center in Northern Virginia, we are committed to helping patients of all ages struggling with anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), mood disorders, behavioral disorders, and a wide range of personal struggles. Our specialists have expertise in treating patients with mental health challenges such as:


The mental health services we offer include:

Methods of Treatment

Drawing on research in the field and evidence-based techniques, our Virginia therapists and psychiatrists provide treatment using psychotherapy, medication prescription management or a combination of both. Psychotherapy may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERP), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), in addition to mindfulness. Our psychiatrists conduct comprehensive diagnostic assessments, and work closely with patients to explain medication options and select medications that are the safest and most effective for your condition.

Everyone experiences mental illness differently, and the treatment recommended for one patient may not be best for another. With a staff that includes psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists, we serve patients through a multi-disciplinary therapeutic approach. Our clinicians collaborate to ensure each patient has the proper diagnosis and assessment so that you are prescribed the treatment best suited for you.

Children’s Mental Health

In our Northern VA office, our team includes child psychiatrists and child therapists who specialize in working with children and adolescents. Early intervention can help set the stage for long-term mental health improvements.

Our youngest patients are taught positive behaviors and coping skills, while clinicians offer suggestions for helpful parenting techniques to help deal with behavioral problems, anxiety and more. Additionally, our Virginia child therapists work effectively with local schools to ensure a seamless approach to your child’s treatment. Learn more about how we work with children and teens here.

Young adults and teens also have their own set of stressors that can impact mental health. School pressure, social anxiety, depression, conflict in the family, anger management, self-esteem issues and peer difficulties can make this transitional time of life very challenging. Our caring clinicians work with young adults to help them acquire skills in communication, conflict resolution and problem-solving so that they can experience less anxiety and a higher quality of life.

We also offer a structured  Dialectical Behavior Therapy program for adolescents and teens that involves parents and is geared to individuals with serious mental health conditions. 


Although most of our clinicians do not participate in any insurance plans, we will provide you with the necessary receipts to submit to your insurance provider to assist in reimbursement of out-of-network benefits. Learn more on our FAQ page.


Learn more about careers in our Washington DC and Virginia offices here.

Northern VA Clinicians

Practice Administration

Northern VA Patient Care Team

Northern Virginia Events and Groups

Supporting the Mental Health of LGBTQIA+ Service Members, Veterans and Family: 1.5 CEs. 6/16. 10:30 - Noon.
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