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MindVita: Mind-Life

Vital is derived from the latin word "vita" which means "life".

Here at MindVita, we believe to have life means to have options.

We are not your basic psychiatry providers - our team is committed to providing you all of the tools you need for balanced mental health.

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Psychotherapy, or “talk therapy” is the preferred treatment method for many mental health conditions. In fact, it is considered the primary treatment method for many conditions, and can be paired with medication management for optimal outcomes.

Medication Management

Our advanced practice providers are board certified to diagnose and treat a variety of adult and pediatric mental health conditions. Therapeutic techniques are integrated into each appointment to achieve total mental wellness.

Wellness Services

We offer a variety of mental health wellness therapies, such as vitamin injections, ketamine infusions, and peptide therapy. Many therapies can be added-on to existing appointments or delivered directly in your home by a licensed provider.

Our treatment philosophy

All patient visits begin with establishment of a therapeutic alliance, or partnership, between you and your provider.

Once the therapeutic alliance is established, we work with you to identify your goals and tailor treatment to fit your needs.

We will begin treatment by utilizing evidence-based practice, and adjust as needed.

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Coming to the office or staying at home?

You choose.

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Our HIPAA-compliant platform allows you to meet with your provider from anywhere.*

Talk to our team about scheduling an at-home treatment or Vitamin D shot.

Prefer services in-person?

We are happy to see you at our Tysons office.

*Due to state regulations, patients must be physically located in the state their provider is licensed to practice in during the time of their telehealth appointment.

We currently have providers licensed in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.

Areas of Expertise

Our team of providers are board-certified and trained in a variety of mental health areas:













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“Your calm mind is the ultimate weapon against your challenges.”

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We accept most major commercial plans.

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Anthem BlueCross BlueShield is accepted in Virginia only at this time.

Self-Pay Rates: $250.00 Initial Evaluation, $150.00 Follow-Up Appointments.

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“At MindVita, we strongly believe that knowledge is power. We will always strive to provide you with the most up-to-date, evidence-based options, because you deserve to make informed treatment decisions when it comes to your mental health.“

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Simply self-schedule on our direct booking link below.

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Scheduling/General Inquiries:

703-278-3767 (call/text)

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday

9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST

Mailing Address:

278 Cedar Lane SE #4104

Vienna, VA 22180

Please note, patients are not seen at this location.

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Panic Mode: 5 Ways to Cope with and Prevent Panic Attacks

If you've ever felt like you're in "panic mode," you're not alone. Panic attacks can be incredibly overwhelming, especially for women in the prime of their lives. But fear not, because in this article, we'll explore 5 practical strategies to help you cope with and even prevent panic attacks.

Understanding Panic Attacks

First off, let's understand what a panic attack really is. Picture this: You're going about your day when suddenly, out of nowhere, your heart starts racing, you're short of breath, and you feel like the world is closing in on you. That, my friend, is a panic attack. It can be triggered by stress, certain situations, or even seemingly random events.

Coping Strategies

  1. Deep Breathing Techniques When a panic attack hits, one of the best things you can do is focus on your breath. Try this: Inhale deeply through your nose for a count of four, hold for four, and exhale slowly through your mouth for four. Repeat until you feel calmer.
  2. Mindfulness and Meditation Mindfulness is all about being present in the moment. Meditation can help train your mind to stay calm and focused, even during stressful times. Find a quiet place, close your eyes, and simply focus on your breath for a few minutes each day.
  3. Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) PMR is a fancy way of saying you tense and then relax each muscle group in your body. Start with your toes and work your way up to your head. It can help release physical tension and calm your mind.
  4. Healthy Lifestyle Changes Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and proper sleep can work wonders for your mental health. Exercise releases feel-good endorphins, while a healthy diet can stabilize your mood. And don't underestimate the power of a good night's sleep!
  5. Seeking Professional Help If panic attacks are interfering with your daily life, don't hesitate to seek professional help. A therapist can work with you to develop coping strategies and, if needed, prescribe medication to help manage your symptoms.

Panic attacks can be scary, but they don't have to control your life. By implementing these 5 strategies, you can learn to cope with and even prevent panic attacks. Remember, it's okay to ask for help, and you're not alone in this journey. Take care of yourself, and remember to breathe. You've got this!

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