New Ashburn Psychologist, Dr. Shalini Wahi

2011-09-12T17:18:44+00:00

Dr. Wahi is an Oxford-educated Developmental Psychologist. She obtained her Post-Doctoral Respecialization Clinical Psychology training at the Mayo Clinic, MN and the Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA. When working with children, Dr. Wahi uses both play therapy as well as evidenced-based therapies such as, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help children alter their maladaptive thought and behavior patterns. An essential component of her work includes parent coaching and instituting a behavioral reward system in the home. In addition to working with children, Dr. Wahi also specializes in women's health issues. These include: mood and anxiety disorders, prenatal and postpartum adjustments, eating and weight disorders/body [...]

New Ashburn Psychologist, Dr. Shalini Wahi2011-09-12T17:18:44+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Position at APS

2011-03-10T23:05:00+00:00

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services is expanding its team, and we invite interested psychologists and therapists in the area to apply. We are seeking: A therapist with a minimum of 5 years experience A therapist licensed in the State of Virginia A therapist with advanced training and experience in working with children, teens, adults and families A therapist who can work evening and Saturday hours A therapist who enjoys working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team assessment and treatment model If you meet these requirements, and are interested, please fax your resume to our director, Dr. Michael Oberschneider, at: (703) 723-4144 for [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Position at APS2011-03-10T23:05:00+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist on Popular TV Show, Hoarding: Buried Alive

2011-02-11T13:24:24+00:00

Dr. Albert Jerome was invited by the Discovery Network to appear as a treatment expert on an episode of the popular show, Hoarding: Buried Alive. The episode was filmed in 2010 and will be shown on the Discovery Learning Channel in early 2011. Dr. Jerome is an outstanding psychologist who specializes in anxiety and mood disorders,individual therapy, group therapy and couple's therapy, as well as behavioral medicine.  He works with children, adolescents and adults.  His biography is posted below.  You may contact our office manager, Rita Meredith, at (703) 723-2999, if you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jerome. [...]

Ashburn Psychologist on Popular TV Show, Hoarding: Buried Alive2011-02-11T13:24:24+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses "Holiday Blues" with Ashburn Patch

2010-12-23T17:00:10+00:00

Published in the Ashburn Patch, December 23, 2010 By: Taghrid Barron How to Beat the Holiday Blues If you're suffering from depression, grieving the loss of a loved one or coping with a recent divorce, the holidays can be anything but happy. People struggling with a loss are especially vulnerable to feelings of depression during the holidays, according to Dr. Michael Oberschneider, director of Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services and a clinical psychologist. "These are the people that I worry about the most," Oberschneider said. "They are most vulnerable around the holidays because of the nature of their situation … they [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses "Holiday Blues" with Ashburn Patch2010-12-23T17:00:10+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses Holiday Stress with Ashburn Patch

2010-12-22T04:09:22+00:00

Published in the Ashburn Patch, December 22, 2010 By: Taghrid Barron Don't Worry, Be Happy Professional Advice on How to Cope with Stress During the Holidays Organizing the office holiday party, going to four stores to track down the last item on your son's list to Santa, trying to figure out how you can afford to get your kids the latest $300 gadget, baking several dozen cookies for your daughter's school, and sending out 50 holiday cards in your spare time. Sound stressful? Well, that's what a lot of us have to cope with this time of year, and it can [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses Holiday Stress with Ashburn Patch2010-12-22T04:09:22+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
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