Loudoun Behavioral Health

We are open and here to help with Telehealth! 

You can access counseling services with your computer or smart phone. Existing clients, please contact your therapist to begin. We will be accepting new clients as quickly as possible. 

Youth For Tomorrow's Behavioral Health Services (BHS) offers a broad scope of  outpatient mental health counseling services for children (ages five and up), adolescents, adults, families, and couples. Our mental health professionals are here to serve you and your family. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment
please call 703-659-9900 or email us

Our services are designed to meet the needs of clients and families from diverse backgrounds who may benefit from outpatient assessment and treatment. We diagnose and treat children, adolescents and adults with a wide variety of issues including but not limited to: depression, anxiety and panic symptoms, post-traumatic stress, anger issues, obsessive-compulsive issues, grief and loss, self-harm, issues related to attachment, co-occurring disorders, aggression, attention deficits and other behavioral concerns, as well as familial and relational issues.

We provide behavioral health services with professional excellence, Christian integrity, professional insight, and genuine compassion.  Our staff is comprised of therapists with various credentials, backgrounds, trainings, and specialties, so we are able to offer a wide variety of treatment, including play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-informed care, and behavioral intervention.  

Our Services Include:

  • Mental Health Assessments & Evaluation
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Play Therapy
  • Psychological Testing
  • Information and Referral

Psychiatric services and medication management are available at our Prince William County offices in Woodbridge and Manassas.

Please call 703-659-9900 to schedule an appointment. 

Fax: 703-723-7222

Loudoun Office

19415 Deerfield Avenue Suite 101 Landsdowne, VA 20176


We accept most insurance plans including but not limited to:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Anthem HealthKeepers
  • Anthem Health Keepers Plus 
  • Carefirst
  • Cigna
  • Intotal Health
  • Medicaid
  • Optima Health
  • TriCare
  • TriCare Plus
  • United Health Care

Our Loudoun Staff

Aisha Thompson PhD, LCP
Director and Substance Abuse Program Manager Loudoun 

Dr. Aisha ThompsonDr. Thompson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Substance Abuse Program Coordinator. She has devoted her career to serving children, adolescents, and families. She is excited to be a part of the Youth for Tomorrow team. Dr. Thompson is passionate about empowering others to access their God-given potential, learn from their experiences, and grow to be the best version of themselves.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from The University of Mary Washington. She has a Masters of Education in Risk and Prevention from Harvard University and a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. She completed her postdoctoral residency at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and has been working in the Northern Virginia area ever since.

Dr. Thompson has experience in a variety of clinical settings such as inpatient, intensive outpatient programs, partial hospital programs, community mental health, and residential care. She specializes in assessment and diagnostic services, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, developmental and complex trauma, and serving at-risk and underserved populations. She is committed to using evidenced-based practices and applies a strength-based and person center approach.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family & friends, practicing yoga, art, and enjoying the outdoors.

Dr. Cassandra McDonnell, Ph.D., LCP, Outpatient Therapist 

Cassie McDonnellI am a licensed clinical psychologist and provide counseling assessment services to school-aged children, adolescents, and adults. I am originally from the Northern Virginia area, and received my Bachelor of Science in psychology from The College of William and Mary. I then went on to obtain Master and Doctoral degrees at University of Missouri St. Louis with specializations in Behavioral Medicine and Child Psychology. I completed my post-doctoral training at University of Virginia, and have been practicing within Loudoun County ever since. I have provided psychological services in residential, inpatient, community, school and integrated primary care settings. I was excited to join Youth for Tomorrow in July 2018.

Clinically, I work with a wide variety of presenting issues and concerns. My specific areas of specialization include anxiety disorders, posttraumatic stress, grief and loss, and behavioral medicine concerns (such as chronic pain, insomnia, and behavioral adjustment to chronic/major medical conditions). I have additional specialization and certification in working with children and adolescents with sexual reactivity and/or sexually abusive behaviors. In counseling, I utilize an integrative cognitive-behavioral approach that incorporates acceptance, mindfulness, and values work. I am passionate about working collaboratively with individuals and families to apply evidence based treatment concepts within the context of uniquely personal patient needs and goals.

Kathleen King, MSW, Supervisee for LCSW

Kathleen King

Hi, I’m Kathleen. I received my Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania and my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at George Mason University. I am currently working under supervision toward becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I am also under play therapy supervision and my plan is to work toward becoming a registered play therapist as I find it rewarding helping kids and their families. Some of the services I have provided while working at YFT include working with children, adolescents, adults, and families addressing a variety of issues, some of which include, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and other mood and behavioral disorders. I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, solution-focused therapy in addition to play therapy techniques. 

My previous experiences include working in a variety of settings including correctional facilities, elementary and middle schools, and court settings with children, adolescents, and adults. My experiences have mainly consisted of providing emotional and behavioral support, psychotherapy, and case management to individuals within in the criminal justice system. Most of my work has been centered on providing trauma informed care and helping individuals develop healthy coping skills while focusing on individual strengths. My goal is to provide a welcoming and non-judgmental space filled with compassion and support to help individuals overcome obstacles and life stressors. Outside of work I enjoy spending time with family, reading, and being outdoors with my dog. 

Kelly Davis, LCSW

Kelly DavisI am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Virginia and a Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical (LCSW-C) in Maryland. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work from George Mason University and my Master Degree in Clinical Social Work from University of Maryland at Baltimore. My primary clinical focus has been working with at risk children, adolescents, young adults and families with emotional and behavioral disturbances, residing within the community and out of home residential placements. My clinical experience includes, but is not limited to treatment for anger management, anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorders, oppositional defiance and conduct disorders, substance use/misuse, trauma and attachment disorders, school problems and other mental health and behavioral challenges.

I utilize a holistic, strengths-based approach, to help individuals develop self-awareness and insight into their past and present experiences and remove obstacles to personal growth and healing. Clinically, I incorporate concepts of cognitive behavioral (CBT) and mode deactivation therapies (MDT) , with some elements of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). My overall approach is geared towards helping the individual identify, connect and bring about meaningful change, while also learning how to accept the pain that life unavoidably brings during different seasons of our lives.