Loudoun Times Mirror

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses Bullying on Good Morning America


Published in:  Loudoun Times-Mirror on November 23, 2010 By: Mr. Matt Vecchio   Dr. Michael Oberschneider described his first appearance on national television as bittersweet. While his trip to New York City and appearance on “Good Morning America” was an unexpected and exciting experience, the subject matter was not. Oberschneider, founder and director of Ashburn Psychological Services, appeared on the popular show Nov. 6 with Loudoun resident Walter Perkins, the father of 16-year-old Hunter Perkins, who took his life after expulsion from the Groton School in Massachusetts for bullying. ABC caught wind of the story, and wanted the father, specifically, to [...]

Ashburn Psychologist Discusses Bullying on Good Morning America2018-11-21T03:00:40+00:00

Your Mental Health vs. Your Job?


    Published in the Loudoun Times-Mirror in April, 2010   Several sources show an increase in mental health services since the recession – increases in crisis line calls, employee assistance program counseling sessions and inpatient psychiatric hospitalizations.  This is not surprising given that the unemployment rate remains around 10 percent nationally – as a nation, these are indeed stressful times.  But the national numbers for mental health treatment don’t reflect an important subset of individuals (both in the private and public sectors) that put the concern for their job ahead of their mental health needs.  Some of these individuals are [...]

Your Mental Health vs. Your Job?2018-11-20T00:11:53+00:00

Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychologist


Published in the Loudoun Times-Mirror on May 20, 2009 Boundaries: Coping with change By Elizabeth Coe Five days a week for the past five years, Adam Weber has ridden the bus to Mill Run Elementary School two miles away in Ashburn. There, the fourth-grader has gotten to know his teachers, administrators and fellow students. His mom, Jeanne Weber, has been an active member of the Parent Teacher Organization, and the family members have each dedicated themselves to the school. But next year, for his last year in elementary school, Adam will be attending Creighton's Corner Elementary with new teachers, administrators and [...]

Leesburg Psychologist Ashburn Psychologist2018-11-20T00:22:16+00:00
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