Psychologist (DC, VA)
I originally came to the Washington DC area in 1997 to complete my doctoral level training at the VA Medical Center in Washington DC, and then at John Hopkins Hospital for my post-doctoral work. Since then, I have continued work in private practice in both Virginia and Washington DC. I also teach at both Georgetown Hospital and the George Washington University, as well as participate locally on the OCD Mid-Atlantic Advisory Board. I have personally found the DC area to be an excellent fit for Cogntive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is practical, symptom targeted, and directed. No two treatment approaches are the same, as some people mistakenly believe with CBT. The challenge of my role is to dynamically tailor the approach to the underlying patterns that drive each person's symptoms, the individual's learning style, and psychoeducational needs. I find it to be an honor when people select me as their healthcare provider. You can find more information on my practice at www.drcarrieholl.com.
More information on my background and clinical experiences can be found at my website at www.drcarrieholl.com. In addition to my background in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I have also been trained in Marriage and Family therapy, neuropsychological and psychological assessments, working with issues of pervasive developmental disorders, and working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Bachelor of Arts, UC Santa Barbara 1991 Psychology and Sociology Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, Pepperdine University 1994 Doctor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology Pepperdine University 1998 Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Clinical John Hopkins University 1999
Session Type / Duration
- 90791 (intake)-offered in office for later consideration of telehealth / 60 Minutes
- 90834 (45 minute session) patient and/or family / 45 Minutes