Ashburn Child Psychologist Ashburn Child Psychiatrist

2018-11-20T23:08:42+00:00

  Postpartum Depression As new parents you are likely experiencing a number of feelings -- both highs and lows. This is very normal, and as many as eighty percent of new mothers (and some new fathers) suffer from what we call the “the baby blues.” Symptoms are short lived, ranging from a few hours to a few days, and typically involve feelings of isolation, headache, tearfulness, hypochondriasis (i.e. unsupported bodily worries), irritability, sleeplessness and impaired concentration.  The baby blues is not the same thing as postpartum depression, nor is the baby blues a definite precursor for postpartum depression. Postpartum depression (PPD), [...]

Ashburn Child Psychologist Ashburn Child Psychiatrist2018-11-20T23:08:42+00:00

Leesburg Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist

2018-11-19T22:54:14+00:00

Published in Leesburg Today (May 4, 2009) A Look at Sexting Sexting, the practice of sending sexually explicit photos and messages between cell phones, has quickly become all the rage for many pre-teens and teens across the Nation. The phenomenon was first reported in 2005, and since then, parents, lawmakers and school systems have been grappling with how to deal with it. And Loudoun County is not immune to this phenomenon. In March of last year, Ting-Yi Oei, a 60-year-old assistant principal at Freedom High School in South Riding, Virginia was charged with child pornography in investigating sexting within his school. [...]

Leesburg Psychologist Leesburg Psychiatrist2018-11-19T22:54:14+00:00
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