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ADD and ADHD Treatment

2011-04-27T12:11:33+00:00

Cogmed Working Memory Training is a computer-based solution for attention problems caused by poor working memory. Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services is certified to administer Cogmed's innovative training solutions to help you and your family. Cogmed combines cognitive neuroscience with an innovative computer game design and close professional support to deliver substantial and lasting benefits to its users. The program challenges the user's working memory capacity. The computerized, cognitive exercises are designed by neuroscientists to target this key cognitive function that has been proven to be fundamental to executive function and attention. The details of the exercise design allow the program [...]

ADD and ADHD Treatment2011-04-27T12:11:33+00:00

Inova Loudoun Hospital Family Fest at The Dulles Town Center

2010-08-25T21:30:25+00:00

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will be participating in Family Fest at the Dulles Town Center on Saturday August 28, 2010. Family Fest is an exciting full day event featuring exhibits, live entertainment and interactive stations. The event will focus on family health and safety, nutrition, education, mental health and community support, and professionals from various disciplines will be on-hand. Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will have a booth on the second floor of the event. Professionals from the Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services will be available to address general questions regarding  anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and other conditions, as well [...]

Inova Loudoun Hospital Family Fest at The Dulles Town Center2010-08-25T21:30:25+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist

2009-10-25T01:33:14+00:00

Screen Time for our Children, our Teens...and Ourselves Renee  Sklarew Freelance Writer Northern Virginia Magazine www.northernvirginamag.com DC Parenting Teens Examiner www.examiner.com/x-4267-DC-Parenting-Teenagers-Examiner 301-706-2154 reneesklarew@msn.com My husband and I are always worrying about the amount of time our kids spend on the internet or watching TV. During a recent interview with Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our region’s leading authority on screen time issues, I heard some practical advice I want to share. Dr. Oberschneider of Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services says “How can you expect your teens to be more balanced about screen time, if they see you staring at a screen or Blackberry all day?” He [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist2009-10-25T01:33:14+00:00

The “Perfect” Coach For Your Boy*

2009-09-20T18:41:06+00:00

As each Fall athletic season begins and boys are recruited into (or placed onto) various school and county leagues, my voicemail and e-mail Inbox receive an inevitable bombardment of concerns from pare nts about the “best coach.” Parents often have the same concern season-upon-season: “My sons’ coach is mean and I don’t think he can succeed with someone mean;” “His self-esteem is being harmed;” and of course, “What should we do?” I rarely hear from the parents who love their sons’ coaches: obviously, they have no complaints. In an effort to address the question of what makes a “perfect” coach, I turned to parents who love their sons’ coaches, talked with coaches, looked at the recent research on the effects of athletic coaching styles on boys, and sought the advice of a life coach (*I should note that while there are many similarities about coaching boys and girls, the differences illustrated in research literature are strong enough to separate the topics, and focus on only coaching boys in this article.)

The “Perfect” Coach For Your Boy*2009-09-20T18:41:06+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist

2018-11-19T23:31:08+00:00

Social Skills Groups Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services is now forming social skills groups for Spring.  We are planning to have child and adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD and ADD) groups and child and adolescent Asperger's Disorder groups.  All groups will be run by two Ph.D level psychologists and will be comprised of a social skills group for the child or adolescent coinciding with a parent education/support group.  Please contact our office manager, Laura Cusumano, at (703) 723-2999 to reserve your child or adolescent’s spot.  You may visit us to review our team bios and services at www.ashburnpsych.com

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist2018-11-19T23:31:08+00:00