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Please click here to read Dr. Michael Oberschneider’s article that was written for Family Lawyer Magazine this past March.  Co-Parenting Divorce Article

Divorce is a holistically complex, life changing decision. It’s not just separating properties and bank accounts; it is turning one cohesive life into two separate ones.

Emotionally, divorce can be devastating, even in the most amiable circumstances. It is easy to let hurt feelings and resentment cloud judgment in divorce proceedings, even easier to pursue short-term satisfaction while sacrificing long-term stability and happiness.

The good news is you do not have to go through this alone. There are plenty of people in your community, just like you, who have questions and need guidance.
Michael Oberschneider, Psy.D. and Joseph DiPietro, Esq. have come together to create these seminars to help you navigate the legal and emotional hurtles of divorce. With their guidance, you are sure to begin down the right road to a bright future.

The next seminar will be held Saturday, April 30, 2016, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., in Leesburg, VA.

To register, we invite you to visit:

Register

Hope to see you there!

We are very pleased to announce our upcoming divorce seminar in Ashburn. The seminar will take place at Bertucci’s restaurant on January 30, 2016 (Saturday) from 11:30AM to 1PM.

Mr. Joseph DiPietro, a highly regarded family law attorney in our area, will be co-presenting with Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our practice’s founder and director. Mr. DiPietro and Dr. Oberschneider are hosting the seminar quarterly throughout Loudoun County, so if you cannot make this first one, there will be others.

If you, or someone you know, is going through the process of divorce, this seminar could be of great benefit. Please visit our attached link to learn more about the seminar and the speakers.

http://www.divorceinloudouncounty.com

Attached please find a link to Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our director’s, article for Dulles Moms on parenting styles.

http://dullesmoms.com/ask-dr-mike-does-harsh-parenting-hurt-kids-later-in-life/

Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our director, was recently cited in a Washington Post article on Ebola and anxiety and contributed to a segment on the same subject for the Today show.

http://www.today.com/video/today/56250486#56250486

I am pleased to announce that Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services was voted the #1 mental health practice in the Loudoun Times Mirror. I would like to personally thank all of those who voted for our practice. It is an honor to be acknowledged by our community in this way. We remain dedicated to the care and treatment of our patients.

To review the Reader’s Choice 2014 recipients, we invite you to visit:

http://northernvatimes.secondstreetapp.com/Loudoun-Readers-Choice/Ballot/HealthandMedical

Dr. Michael Oberschneider, Founder and Director

Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services offers assessments and testing for children and teens who struggle academically. Our practice often receives calls from parents concerned about learning and motivation problems for their children and teens. Often, these parents report that their child or teen is intelligent but struggles academically. Parents might feel that their child or teen lacks motivation or is lazy, but these parents have struggled unsuccessfully to pinpoint the problem and/or the solution. At times, learning problems and motivation problems for children and teens can lead to greater problems down the road, including strained family relationships.

A comprehensive assessment of your child or teen’s academic core content areas will serve to identify if your child or teen has a formal learning disability or learning disorder or if there is something else that is interfering with his/her learning and academic performance. Additional standardized and objective testing measures will also serve to identify and rule-out other possible contributing problems. More specifically, ADHD, anxiety, gaming or on-line addiction, depression and other issues can negatively impact a student’s motivation and academics. the doctors and clinicians who practice at Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services are here to diagnose and treat a broad range of educational and emotional conditions. Testing will provide you and your child or teen with a road map for direction toward positive change and improved functioning.

We invite you to call us at (703) 723-2999 to schedule a consultation today!