Posts Tagged ‘Dr. Michael Oberschneider’

We hope you are able to attend Easy Street’s upcoming wine and cheese fundraiser! Easy Street, LLC is a non-profit organization based in Loudoun County that supports young adults with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder and their families. Navigating the important aspects of life after high school can be a very real challenge for individuals with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder, so let Easy Street help you pave the way.

Dr. Allison Jack of GW’s Autism Institute will be the evening’s guest speaker and Dr. Michael Oberschneider, Easy Street’s chief mental health advisor, will also be on hand. Of course, Ms. Pam Ruddy, Easy Street’s Founder and Director will be hosting the event. Without Pam’s hard work and dedication to supporting individuals with Asperger’s Disorder, none of this would’ve been possible!

The event is free, and we invite you to donate to this wonderful, and very needed, organization in support of young adults with High Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder in our area.

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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:


Dr. Michael Oberschneider, Founder and Director

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Dr. Michael Oberschneider interviewed about the government shutdown and reopening by the Washington Times

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Ashburn Psychological Services will be closed on March 6, 2013 due to inclement weather. Enjoy the snow!

Dr. Michael Oberschneider

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Our Director, Dr. Michael Oberschneider, was interviewed by CNN reporter, Moni Basu, about the state of affairs in America. On the eve of President Obama’s inauguration, Ms. Basu’s piece focuses on opinions in Loudoun County, where she interviewed several Loudoun County residents. We invite you to click on the link below to read the article.


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Leesburg Today and Ashburn Today published an article by our director, Dr. Michael Oberschneider, on the recent horrific tragedy in Newtown, CT.

Dealing With Yet Another Massacre As A Parent

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Ms. Kathleen Hwang of Sanders Corner Elementary School was fatally wounded in an accident last week. Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our director, wrote an article on her loss for the Ashburn Patch and Leesburg Patch to help parents in our community. You will find the piece at the Patch or by clicking on the link below.

Ms. Kathleen Hwang of Sanders Corner Elementary School

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