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 Psychological Services Welcome’s Dr. Shalini Wahi

2018-11-21T04:37:21+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 [...]

Ashburn Psychological Services Welcome’s Dr. Shalini Wahi2018-11-21T04:37:21+00:00

Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist

2009-09-12T19:56:06+00:00

Thinking about Stress Life can be stressful.   While the media bombards us with talk of war, recession, and layoffs, we are busy working, raising our children, and caring for elderly parents.   The content of our minds reflects the way that we live, with thoughts rattling around all day and sometimes well into the night.  We review, plan, worry, and obsess, and can end up feeling stressed and out of control. So, what can you do to manage your level of stress?  The common wisdom is that you should change how you think:  stop worrying and replace the negative thoughts with positive [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychiatrist Leesburg Psychiatrist2009-09-12T19:56:06+00:00
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