The organizations and websites listed here below are for informational purposes only and their selection does not constitute an endorsement of their views and professional approaches and under no circumstances does their inclusion constitute a professional or medical recommendation of suitability for any particular condition or treatment plan.
Divine Mercy University
Divine Mercy University in Sterling, Virginia is the foremost integrator of clinical psychology and research with the Roman Catholic Faith. Many of the professors and doctoral students at the University have worked at Alpha Omega Clinic.
For more information, please call 703-416-1441 or visit https://divinemercy.edu
Our Lady of Bethesda Retreat Center
Our Lady of Bethesda Retreat Center (OLB) in Bethesda, Maryland offers spiritual enrichment through programs such as Spiritual Exercises and Mornings & Evenings of Recollection. The Center also offers programs dedicated to strengthening marriage and the family.
For more information, please call 301-365-0612 or visit https://www.ourladyofbethesda.org
A Mom’s Peace
A Mom’s Peace is a non-profit apostolate that serves mothers of miscarried and stillborn children, and offers support for bereavement, burial, and remembrance assistance.
For more information, please visit: https://www.amomspeace.org/
Calix is an association of Catholic alcoholics, drug addicts, and family members and friends affected by addiction, who are maintaining their sobriety through participation in their Catholic faith and a 12 Step program.
For more information, please visit: https://www.calixsociety.org/.
Life-Giving Wounds is a Catholic, peer-led ministry offering retreats and support groups to help young adults and adults with divorced and separated parents find deep spiritual healing.
For more information, please visit: https://www.lifegivingwounds.org/.
Catholic Therapists outside of the Greater Washington D.C. Area
If you think you would benefit from the kind of services offered at Alpha Omega Clinic, but live outside Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, or Maryland, there are many other Catholic mental health professionals available throughout the United States. Please visit wellcatholic.com or CatholicTherapists.com to find a therapist in your area.