Planning Your Visit
Georgetown Psychology Associates provides consultation and evaluation services to individuals and families in the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and the Middle East. The information below provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding airports, hotels, car services and more. Should you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office so that we can assist you in planning your trip.
Washington, DC 20007
P: (202) 333-6251
- The Georgetown Inn 1310 Wisconsin Avenue, NW; (202)-333-8900
- The Westin Georgetown 2350 M Street, NW; (202) 429-0100
4915 Auburn Avenue, Suite 303
Bethesda, MD 20814
P: (301) 652-5550
F: (301) 652-5560
- Hyatt 7400 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda; (301) 657-1234
- Residence Inn Bethesda 7335 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda; (301) 718-0200
McLean, VA 22101
P: (703) 556-6655
- Hilton McLean Tysons Corner (7920 Jones Branch Rd., McLean; (703) 847-5000
- Hyatt’s Regency Tysons Corner 7901 Tysons One Pl., McLean; (703) 893-1234
For entry into the United States, you may need the following:
- A form letter confirming your appointments at Georgetown Psychology Associates.
- A receipt of payment or medical itinerary.
- Approval from your consulate to travel to the United States (please check with your consulate).
- Documents to enter the United States. The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) office can help you get the proper documents, help you apply for a Visa, and help you understand any restrictions and allowances.
Additional Resource: United States Travel Advisories
United States Currency:
- You must fill out a Currency Reporting Form upon arrival if you bring currency valued at more than $10,000 USD (this includes foreign currency but does not include credit cards with limits greater than $10,000 USD).
- The United States does not limit the amount of money you bring, but your home country might. Please check with your home country’s laws.
- Credit cards and cash cards are convenient and you can use them easily to purchase items or acquire cash and advances. Be sure to notify your credit card company that you will be traveling and using the card internationally.
- It is helpful to exchange some of your money into U.S. dollars before you arrive, for transportation and food costs as you travel.
- The best exchange rates are at your local bank, rather than airports and hotels, which may charge fees.
Additional Resource: OANDA Currency Converter