Services and Information

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Adult Psychotherapy

We offer individual psychotherapy to adults. We specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, stress management, and coping with trauma.

The initial interview is a lengthier appointment, and together we determine a treatment plan, including goal-setting and establishing a therapeutic alliance. 

Subsequent sessions are 45-50-minutes.

Patient Comments

"Dr. Caster is one of the best medical providers I have ever seen. She is compassionate and truly cares about her patients. She goes above and beyond the call of service and is extremely flexible when it comes to scheduling appointments. She is dedicated and passionate and will help you through whatever you're going through. I cannot recommend Dr. Caster enough!" - mek7au in Vienna, VA 12/14/16


"I first saw Dr. Caster when I was a complete mess and just really needed help. She changed her schedule to see me, and facilitated every connection I needed to make after my neuropsychological assessment. She is incredibly compassionate, encouraging, and thoughtful... I truly believe that she cares about every patient... not like all providers. I love Dr. Caster." - Warbler in Arlington, VA 1/26/17

NEW! Concussion Management Services

Concussion Management: We are proud to report that Dr. Emily Caster, Pay.D. is a Credentialed ImPACT Consultant (CIC) for athletes ranging in age from 10-59. We are identified by Immediate Post-Concussive Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) as a leader in the field. We are now capable of administering, interpreting and managing baseline, as well as post-injury concussion assessment. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Are you taking new patients?

ANSWER: Yes

What forms of payment do you accept?

ANSWER: Credit Card/Debit Card, Cash, and Check

Neuropsychological Evaluations

Please visit the home page for a description of neuropsychological assessments. Please complete paperwork in advance and bring it to your scheduled appointment. Note that there are a few things you can do to prepare for your assessment session:

1) Get a good night's rest the two evenings before your appointment.

2) Bring your glasses and/or hearing aides with you to the appointment.

3) Bring snacks in case you get hungry.

4) Consult with your referring doctor if you should be taking certain medications on the day of evaluation.