Archive for January, 2011

  • Dr. Joseph Novello was nominated, “Top Doc,” in the Washingtonian Magazine and Virginia Living Magazine for his work as a psychiatrist with children and adults.  Dr. Novello was also nominated into the “Best Doctor’s in America” 2011-2012 database for psychiatry.
  • Dr. Michael Oberschneider appeared on Good Morning America as a mental health expert to discuss bullying and teen suicide.
  • Dr. Oberschneider published several articles on various topics in Loudoun County newspapers and was featured in the magazine, Northern Virginia, and on the Website, Ashburn Patch.
  • 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. Novello, Dr. Imran Akram, Dr. Amy Gordon, Dr. Margaret Wong, Dr. Albert Jerome, Dr. Maggie Avedisian and Dr. Michael Oberschneider hosted a panel presentation and discussion on Bipolar Affective Disorder and Depression at the Potomac Club in Lansdowne.
  • Dr. Jay Lucker presented seminars for continuing education credit all over the U.S. on the topic of “Helping Children with Auditory Processing Disorders.”  He continues to present seminars on a monthly basis on this topic.  You can find out more by going to www.pesi.com and searching under LUCKER for upcoming seminars from the East Coast to the West Coast and from North to South.
  • Dr. Lucker was the invited keynote speaker and presented a full day seminar at the Canadian Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2010 convention.  He spoke on his specialty topic of Auditory Processing Disorders.
  • Dr. Lucker was an invited speaker and the keynote speaker at the FRUA 2010 Fall Conference in Philadelphia and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  He spoke on the topic of Auditory Processing Disorders in Internationally Adopted Children.
  • Dr. Lucker was one of the invited speakers at the 2010 Annual Convention of the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  He spoke on the topic of The Use of Sound Interventions and Auditory Training Programs for Children with Auditory Processing Disorders.
  • Dr. Lucker was one of the invited speakers presenting the closing seminar for all attendees at the K.S. & A. 2010 Summer Conference.  He spoke on the topic of Auditory Processing Disorders in Children with XY Chromosome Variations.
  • Dr. Lucker presented a webinar on Developing Listening Skills in Children with Cochlear Implants a number of times during the 2010 year.  He also presented a seminar on Developing Auditory Processing Skills in Children with XY Chromosome Variations as the Holiday Special Webinar this Christmas 2010.


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