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Nothing like opening and expanding a business shortly before a global pandemic, a universal mental health crisis (Summer of 2020 was the highest level of clinical depression ever recorded in the United States since they kept records), and the loneliness of limited travel and social life for the sake of work safety…

In the past three years, Embolden Psychology has provided low fee services to the hospitality industry, pro bono services to frontline healthcare providers, and accessible mental health services for all, from neuropsychology and psychotherapy to consulting and community mental health. We kept open our offices in Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland. We have maintained our community mental health clinic for over 18 consecutive years with the exception of having to close for three months during the worst of the pandemic. We continue to offer comprehensive support services to our mental health partners in education, advocacy, DEI, family and parent support, and of course, our clients and patients.

From teaching mindfulness meditation to bartenders, restaurant owners/managers and middle schoolers; podcasts, writing, and mental health seminars; to putting together a team of volunteers to provide support for less advantaged families for school virtual learning and community outreach/depression screening, we have been blessed with incredible experiences.

I cannot tell you how many people I have had the opportunity to speak with, learn from, and listen to over the past three years.

Thank you to my team/army.
Mental Health Is For All.

Embolden Psychology

Embolden offers the ADOS-2, the gold standard assessment for kids on the spectrum.

Combined with psychoeducational testing, it helps provide comprehensive information and recommendations to help children and teens six and up.

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