Ashburn Psychiatrist

2018-11-20T13:55:03+00:00

Dr. Malika Seth is this week's featured doctor at Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services. Dr. Seth received her training in psychiatry and psychotherapy from some of the country's leading institutions. Dr. Seth is that rare psychiatrist today who can provide both psychiatry and medication services and psychotherapy. Below is Dr. Seth's professional biography for your review and consideration. Dr. Seth is accepting new patients, and we invite you to call our office manager, Christine Kutt, to schedule a consultation with Dr. Seth. Ms. Kutt can be reached at: (703) 723-2999 or via email at: info@ashburnpsych.com. Dr. Seth has both weekday and [...]

Ashburn Psychiatrist2018-11-20T13:55:03+00:00

Ashburn Psychiatrist, Dr. Joseph Novello

2012-07-13T22:05:07+00:00

Dr. Joseph Novello is currently accepting new patients at Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services. Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Novello has been entered into the "Best Doctors in America" 2011-2012 database for his work as a child and adult psychiatrist. He is also a Washingtonian Magazine "Top Psychiatrist." Dr. Novello has also authored 7 books and is often in the media, appearing on Larry King Live, Goodmorning America, Nightline, the Today Show and other popular media spots. He also hosted "The Family Doctor" radio show, which was syndiated in over 700 cities nationwide for many years. It is an honor to [...]

Ashburn Psychiatrist, Dr. Joseph Novello2012-07-13T22:05:07+00:00

Dr. Joseph Novello nominated into "Best Doctors in America"

2018-11-21T03:04:23+00:00

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Joseph Novello has been selected by his peers to be included in the the Best Doctors in America 2011 and 2012 database. The Best Doctors in America database is a valued resource that contains the names and professional profiles of a select group of the best doctors in the United States. An exhaustive peer-review survey by thousands of doctors determines the physicians included in the database. Only those who earn the consensus support of their peers are included. Doctors cannot buy listings. For this reason, inclusion in the Best Doctors in America database is [...]

Dr. Joseph Novello nominated into "Best Doctors in America"2018-11-21T03:04:23+00:00

Washingtonian "Top Psychiatrist" Honor in Loudoun County

2010-06-03T14:11:47+00:00

Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Novello for being recognized in the 2010 Washingtonian Magazine “Top Doctors” edition as a leading psychiatrist in the areas of child and adult psychiatry. Dr. Novello is a nationally renowned psychiatrist and his bio is listed below for your review. Dr. Novello is the only psychiatrist in all of Loudoun County to receive this esteemed honor. Joseph R. Novello, M.D., practices adult and child/adolescent psychiatry and is also a qualified expert in forensic psychiatry and has participated in a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Dr. Novello also practices and is a leading expert in the [...]

Washingtonian "Top Psychiatrist" Honor in Loudoun County2010-06-03T14:11:47+00:00

Washingtonian Magazine "Top Doctor"

2018-11-20T15:05:37+00:00

Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Novello for being recognized in the 2010 Washingtonian Magazine "Top Doctors" edition as a leading psychiatrist in the areas of child and adult psychiatry.  Dr. Novello is a nationally renowned psychiatrist and his bio is listed below for your review.  Dr.  Novello is the only psychiatrist in all of Loudoun County to receive this esteemed honor. Joseph R. Novello, M.D., practices adult and child/adolescent psychiatry and is also a qualified expert in forensic psychiatry and has participated in a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Dr. Novello also practices and is a leading expert in the [...]

Washingtonian Magazine "Top Doctor"2018-11-20T15:05:37+00:00

Ashburn Psychiatrist Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist

2018-11-20T15:52:24+00:00

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions New Year’s Eve has always been a time to reflect on the changes we want (or need) to make and to resolve to follow through on those changes. Every year clients of mine tell me their lofty plans for New Year’s resolutions- find a boyfriend, lose weight, get healthy, quit smoking- and inevitably, like most people weeks later when I ask about the progress of their resolutions, they confess that they have abandoned their goals. Striving for positive change is important; by following some basic steps, you can improve your chances to achieve your goals. Set reasonable [...]

Ashburn Psychiatrist Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist2018-11-20T15:52:24+00:00

Ashburn Psychiatrist Ashburn Psychologist

2018-11-20T21:38:52+00:00

Coping with the Winter Blues: Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder It is easy to understand why, this time of year, many are struck with a case of the winter blues.  We leave for work before the sun comes up and head home in the dark barely glimpsing daylight.  As the days get shorter and colder many find themselves dealing with sadness, increased appetite and excessive sleeping.  What they may be experiencing is more than a case of the winter blues, but rather seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.  Many of my clients suffer from this disorder and often they just expect it is [...]

Ashburn Psychiatrist Ashburn Psychologist2018-11-20T21:38:52+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

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist

2009-10-04T07:06:35+00:00

How Much Screen Time is too much for our Children and Teens? Between watching television and videos, Twittering, surfing the Internet, texting and playing computer or video games, it seems that our kids are spending more of their time than ever looking at some sort of screen, which begs the question -- How much screen time is too much?  As a psychologist, of course I’ve always been witness to the extreme cases.  However, over the past few years, screen time concerns rank up there for why kids and teens are coming to therapy.  This Summer I worked with several teenager boys [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychologist2009-10-04T07:06:35+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
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