We are a full service

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Practice

Offering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based CBT (MBCBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for children, teens, and adults.

We are a full service

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Practice

Offering Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based CBT (MBCBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for children, teens, and adults.

What we do

At NSI we all are dedicated to active, immediate, and caring collaboration with you to achieve the change you envision.  Our main focus is translating and applying current science to the practice of psychology.

We treat a range of psychological, emotional, and health-related conditions for children, teens, and adults but have special expertise in the following.

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Learn About Our Groups, Workshops, and Specialty Programs.

Learn About Our Group Workshops and Specialty Programs.

Dr. Keith Saylor was named a “Top Therapist” by Washingtonian Magazine designating him as: “One of the most respected therapists in the area.”

Dr.  Saylor and the entire team of therapists at NSI strive to continue to meet this measure of excellence.

We are experts in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy (MBCBT), which are evidence-based, empirically supported, proven treatments in mental health care.

We practice CBT because it works. Our direct experience with clients reflects the broader scientific perspective that CBT is a powerful approach. There are thousands of studies across a variety of disorders, which unequivocally show that CBT is as effective as medication in treating anxiety and depression and more effective than medication in keeping the benefits of treatment after treatment ends. CBT can be combined with medication to increase success. In most cases, it is preferable first to try CBT alone before adding medication. If medication is used with CBT, it may be optimal once symptoms improve to begin reducing medicine and, possibly, stopping it altogether.

We are here to help you identify options and develop specific steps to reach your goals. Please contact us to set up a consultation for treatment toward a specific psychological problem.