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Ashburn Psychological Services is pleased to announce that Autism Speaks and the Virginia Autism Project have teamed together to host the November National Capital Area Chapter Meeting and Discussion Series on the Virginia Autism Insurance Reform legislation passed in January 2011. They are offering two sessions on Thursday, November 3rd at 10:00am and at 7:00pm at the Metro Offices, Ballston Office Center,  in Arlington, VA.   To RSVP please contact Teresa Champion at VAPNOVA@gmail.com.

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Mr. Daniel Parrish of Accupuncture and the Healing Arts met with Dr. Amy Gordon, Dr.Margart Wong, Dr. Michael Oberschneider and Ms. Christine Kutt of Ashburn Psychological Services to discusses the uses of accupuncture and herbology in treating certain conditions. The talk illuminated the ways in which Eastern approaches to treatment can compliment Western approaches. To learn more about Mr. Parrish, please visit:  http://www.ahacenter.info/main.html . You can also contact Mr. Parrish directly via email at:  danparrish@ahacenter.info or by calling: (703) 777-6653.

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Ashburn Psychological Services is pleased to announce that Autism Speaks and the Virginia Autism Project have teamed together to host the November National Capital Area Chapter Meeting and Discussion Series on the Virginia Autism Insurance Reform legislation passed in January 2011. They are offering two sessions on Thursday, November 3rd at 10:00am and at 7:00pm at the Metro Offices, Ballston Office Center,  in Arlington, VA.   To RSVP please contact Teresa Champion at VAPNOVA@gmail.com.

 

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A representative of Bristol-Myers Squibb presented on the efficacy of Abilify for treating children and adolescents with certain psychiatric needs and conditions. Dr. Zafar Rasheed, Dr. Al Jerome, Dr. Michael Oberschneider, and Ms. Chris kutt of the team attended the presentation. To learn more about Abilify and its uses for psychiatric care, please visit: http://www.abilify.com

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Mr. Jon Helms of ARCpoint Labs provided a presentation of his company’s services at Ashburn Psychological Services. Dr. Imran Akram, Dr. Margaret Wong, Dr. Amy Gordon, Dr. Shalini Wahi, Dr. Michael Oberschneider and Ms. Chris Kutt of the practice attended the presentation. ARCpoint provides occupational and judicial drug and alcohol testing, DNA testing, background screening, environmental drug detection and wellness services. ARCpoint is the only lab and agency that conducts hair follicle illicit drug testing in all of Northern Virginia.  Hair follicle drug testing is considered to be the most reliable testing, as illicit drugs can be detected in the system for up to 90 days.  For more information on ARCpoint, please contact Mr. Helms at (703) 689-2721 or (703) 980-6882. You can also learn more about ARCpoint’s services by visiting http://www.arcpointlabs.com/herndon

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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 image issues, coping with cancer and issues related to cancer genetics, stage of life transitions, relational issues, adjustment to major change/work-life balance and grief/loss throughout the life cycle.

Dr. Wahi is also trained to provide psychological and psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents and adults.

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Dr. Margaret Wong recently met with the staff at St. James Preschool as a consultant to provide an in-service training and to discuss child development and the upcoming school year. St James Preschool was founded in 1972 and has an excellent reputation in Leesburg and the surrounding area. St. James offers programs for children 2, 3, and 4 years of age, as well as extended day and Friday enrichment programs. For more information about St. James’s preschool and programs, please contact co-directors, Janet Stayrook or Linda Bethune, at: (703) 777-8439.  You can also learn more about St. James by visiting: http://www.stjamespreschoolleesburg.org

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