Margaret Hilton, PsyD, is a postdoctoral fellow at The Center for Cognitive Therapy and Assessment in Falls Church and Alexandria, Virginia.
Dr. Hilton works with older adolescents and young adults struggling with various concerns, including depression, generalized anxiety and social anxiety, cultural and life transitions, identity development, perfectionism, family of origin issues, disordered eating, and ADHD. She also provides comprehensive psychological and educational assessments for individuals of all ages.
Dr. Hilton earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from George Washington University (GW) in Washington, D.C . Before receiving her doctoral degree in clinical psychology, Dr. Hilton worked in children’s publishing in New York City. She obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
She has worked with clients across the lifespan and provided individual and group therapy and psychological assessment services in multiple treatment settings, including public and independent D.C. schools, college counseling centers, community clinics, and the Children’s National Donald Delaney Eating Disorders Clinic.
She believes in utilizing a collaborative, evidence-based, and individualized approach to therapy, always considered within a multicultural framework to best suit each client’s unique needs.
Dr. Hilton creates an empathic, warm, and respectful space to help clients find the insights and strategies that will lead to healing, growth, empowerment, and connection.