Reflections, the autonomous eating disorders treatment center within Dominion Hospital, Falls Church, VA, offers inpatient services, a Partial (day) Program and access to outpatient care.

Reflections Intake Coordinator 24/7

Comfortable Space. Feels Like Home.

Designed to help you feel right at home, we outfit our large inpatient rooms with contemporary décor, plush bedding, individual bathrooms and a sitting area. The lounge—also decorated with warm, stylish colors and plush furniture—sports a large, flat-screen television.

You’ll find all the amenities of a home kitchen in our facility. Our dietitians and therapists work directly with you as you learn to prepare your own meals and snacks—which we understand can be a very high-anxiety situation.

Additional conveniences at Reflections include:

  • Laundry with self-service washer/dryer
  • Computer with monitored Internet access so you can stay in touch with family and friends, keep up with schoolwork and search for helpful information online

Tour Reflections

In our lounge, patients gather for group therapy sessions, spend free time, and enjoy movie nights.

The Reflections dining room lets patients work through mealtime, which can be the toughest part of the day, together.

Registered Dietitians and therapists work through high-anxiety situations in the Reflections kitchen. Allowing patients to face their fears related to food and cooking--and learn how to prepare meals for themselves when they return home.

In the Art Room patients will work with expressive therapists to express themselves through art in order to work through the emotions and anxiety related to eating disorders.

The quiet study room is a place where patients can work on schoolwork, journal, or spend some time online connecting with friends and family.

Patient Rooms are well appointed, with soft linens, contemporary furnishings and a seating area for free time.

Comprehensive Care. Expert Team.

Our treatment approach integrates multiple modes of therapy with the guidance of expert mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, internal medicine physicians, psychologists, therapists (cognitive behavioral, expressive, family, group), social workers, educators, case managers, registered dietitians and specialized nursing staff.

Meet our Reflections team.

Our Participants Say…

“It doesn’t feel like a hospital.”

“The staff really wants me to get better.”

Learn more about our program to address self-injurious behavior and additional mental health services available at Dominion Hospital.

Review a range of mental health topics and special information about teen health issues in our online Health Library.