Therapists Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder in Washington DC

Find therapists specializing in autism spectrum disorder in Washington DC below. All therapists have been vetted by the Zencare team for clinically rigorous, quality care. Visit their profiles to watch an introductory video and book a free initial call to find a good fit!


The Woolf Center

The Woolf Center

932 Hungerford Drive, Rockville, MD, 20850

4405 East West Highway, Bethesda, MD, 20814

Online Sessions, DC

Online Sessions, MD

Waitlist available online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $185 per session

The Woolf Center is a private psychotherapy practice in Rockville, MD, specializing in working with clients for relationship issues, anxiety, life transitions, trauma, and anxiety. The practice is open to individual adults across the lifespan, as well as young adults and teens.

The providers at the Woolf Center utilize evidence-based practices for treatment, including modalities like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). They work closely with individuals to ensure they are equipped with the self-awareness and tools for lasting positive change.


Megan  Connell

Megan Connell

Online Sessions, VA

Online Sessions, DC

Accepting new clients online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $220 per session

Offering teletherapy.

Dr. Megan Connell is a board-certified clinical psychologist whose practice encompasses a wide variety of topics and approaches. She works to empower her clients through the use of ACT and Superhero Therapy.

Her innovated work with girls, geeks and games has garnered her national attention, particularly for her work in applied role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons. Dr. Connell has appeared on Geek and Sundry to talk about the interface of gaming and psychology, regularly speaks at major gaming conventions nationally.


Faith  Sproul

Faith Sproul

10 G Street Northeast, Washington, DC, 20002

Online Sessions, DC

Insurances: Blue Cross Blue Shield
Not accepting new clients
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 - $200 per session

Welcome! I offer services related to psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in a warm and supportive therapeutic relationship. Although I take an eclectic approach to therapy, my primary orientation is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with a focus on person-centered care. I also specialize in services related to psychological testing and assessment for children, adolescents and adults.

Change can be challenging. Developing a therapeutic relationship can help you create a space where change can be explored in a safe and supportive environment. Currently I am accepting new clients for therapy and psychological assessments. Please feel free to reach out for a free phone consultation.


Abby  LePage

Abby LePage

Online Sessions, DC

Not accepting new clients
Out-of-pocket-fees: $185 per session

There are so many reasons why you might find yourself here right now. Maybe you have been feeling out of control and unable to manage your emotions. Maybe you have noticed a disconnect in your relationships. Or maybe you find yourself struggling with moving forward in some part of your life. All of this is understandable and a normal part of being human. While it might feel like nothing can change or be different for you, the very fact that you are here speaks to some part of you that believes change is possible.

In therapy I give my patients the space to voice their experiences and concerns. Often, the very act of naming our troubles can bring a sense of relief—we are finally being heard. I also challenge my patients on their firmly held beliefs, as this can often lead to realizations and insights that set the groundwork for change. Therapy can be nerve wracking, even if you’ve sought help in the past. Because of this, I see my role as providing you with the support and encouragement you need. I am there with you, walking the same path and helping you find patterns and connections as they become clear. I value the trust you place in me as your therapist, your willingness to be open in our sessions and discuss emotional and vulnerable topics. My goal is to make sure that you feel supported enough to move forward with this (often difficult) work. 


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