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Kathleen Goughler of the Aspen Education Group met with Dr. Margaret Wong, Dr. Al Jerome, Dr. Michael Oberschneider and Christine Kutt of Ashburn Psychological Services to discuss ways in which the two groups could work together more to support families in need. Aspen Education Group has a host of boarding schools, residential treatment programs and wilderness programs throughout the country.  Aspen’s many programs serve children, adolescents and young adults in situations where more than local outpatient care and treatment is warratned.  For more information about Aspen Education Group’s programs, we invite you to call Ms. Goughler at:  (610) 906-9582.

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Dr. Oberschneider is writing a monthly advice column for the Ashburn Patch and the Blue Ridge Leader and Loudoun Today. The Ashburn Patch is a wonderful on-line Website and resource for Ashburn events and news. The Blue Ridge Leader and Loudoun Today is Western Loudoun’s oldest newspaper, and is a real new gem for our community.  Ask Dr. Mike focuses on a host of topics and has been very well received by Loudoun County residents.  Dr. Oberschneider previously wrote his column for the Loudoun Easterner before it closed its doors in 2009, and he has written mental health pieces as a psychologist for others, including the Washington Post.  We invite you to read Dr. Oberschneider’s most recent pieces by visiting the links below.  

http://ashburn.patch.com/search?keywords=ask+dr.+mike

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Dr. Michael Oberschneider of Ashburn Psychological Services was interviewed last week by reporter Amy Oliver for MailOnline, an internationally based on-line news journal. Ms. Oliver’s article addresses the increase in inappropriate relationships between female teachers and their male students.  As a mental health expert, Dr. Oberschneider was asked to opine on the growing number of these cases and prosecutions. To read the article in its entirety, please visit:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1391626/Whats-wrong-female-teachers-America-As-schools-summer-young-teacher-arrested-sex-16-year-old-student–latest-dozens-cases-school-year.html

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Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Novello for being recognized in the 2010 Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctors edition as a leading psychiatrist in the areas of child and adult psychiatry. Dr. Novello is a nationally renowned psychiatrist and his bio is listed below for your review. Dr. Novello is the only psychiatrist in all of Loudoun County to receive this esteemed honor.

Joseph R. Novello, M.D., practices adult and child/adolescent psychiatry and is also a qualified expert in forensic psychiatry and has participated in a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Dr. Novello also practices and is a leading expert in the field of hypnosis. He received his M.D. from the University of Michigan and his B.A. from University of Notre Dame. He has served as the director of child and adolescent services at The Psychiatric Institute of Washington and was founder of the Gateway, a residential treatment program for alcohol and drug abuse.

Dr. Novello has authored two textbooks on psychiatry and has contributed several scientific papers to the medical literature. In addition, he has written three popular books for parents. His featured column, “You and Your Child”, appeared each week in Woman’s World magazine for many years. Dr. Novello’s most recent book, The Myth of More, is about finding happiness in life by overcoming character flaws called “lifetraps” and discovering spiritual values.

Dr. Novello has received numerous awards, including election to the American College of Psychiatrists and Fellowship in the American Psychiatric Association. He has also received a Best Doctors in America Award and the Medallion of the US Surgeon General. Georgetown University, where he is a member of the clinical faculty, has honored him with its Vicennial Award. Dr. Novello has been a consultant to the National Naval Medical Center and the Inter-American Development Bank and has served as health issues advisor to US Senator John Warner of Virginia.

Dr. Novello is well-known to the general public through his media activities. In Washington, he has hosted his own daily radio call-in program on WMAL and his regular feature “The Family Doctor” has appeared on WJLA-TV News. Dr. Novello has also been active in the media on the national level. His syndicated radio program Healthtime has been heard daily in over 300 cities and he has often appeared on network and cable TV news programs and talk shows as well as programs such as Nightline, Good Morning America and The Today Show.

To schedule a consultation with Dr. Novello, please contact our office manager, Rita Meredith, at (703) 723-2999.

Dr. Oberschneider, Director, Ashburn Psychological Services

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In this month’s Northern Virginia Magazine, author Renee Sklarew wrote a comprehensive and thought provoking article on teens titled, “the Secret Lives of Teens.” The piece addresses the social, emotional, academic and family life realities and concerns for teens growing up in Northern Virginia. Sklarew does a great job of juxtaposing the opinions of Northern Virginia mental health professionals alongside those of the teens she interviewed.  Dr. Oberschneider addresses the impact of the economy and screen time on teens.  We invite you to pick up the August 2010 edition of Northern Virginia Magazine to read the article in it’s entirety.  You can also read the article at:  http://www.northernvirginiamag.com

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Congratulations to Dr. Joseph Novello for being recognized in the 2010 Washingtonian Magazine “Top Doctors” edition as a leading psychiatrist in the areas of child and adult psychiatry. Dr. Novello is a nationally renowned psychiatrist and his bio is listed below for your review. Dr. Novello is the only psychiatrist in all of Loudoun County to receive this esteemed honor.

Joseph R. Novello, M.D., practices adult and child/adolescent psychiatry and is also a qualified expert in forensic psychiatry and has participated in a wide range of civil and criminal cases. Dr. Novello also practices and is a leading expert in the field of hypnosis. He received his M.D. from the University of Michigan and his B.A. from University of Notre Dame. He has served as the director of child and adolescent services at The Psychiatric Institute of Washington and was founder of the Gateway, a residential treatment program for alcohol and drug abuse.

Dr. Novello has authored two textbooks on psychiatry and has contributed several scientific papers to the medical literature. In addition, he has written three popular books for parents. His featured column, “You and Your Child”, appeared each week in Woman’s World magazine for many years. Dr. Novello’s most recent book, The Myth of More, is about finding happiness in life by overcoming character flaws called “lifetraps” and discovering spiritual values.

Dr. Novello has received numerous awards, including election to the American College of Psychiatrists and Fellowship in the American Psychiatric Association. He has also received a Best Doctors in America Award and the Medallion of the US Surgeon General. Georgetown University, where he is a member of the clinical faculty, has honored him with its Vicennial Award. Dr. Novello has been a consultant to the National Naval Medical Center and the Inter-American Development Bank and has served as health issues advisor to US Senator John Warner of Virginia.

Dr. Novello is well-known to the general public through his media activities. In Washington, he has hosted his own daily radio call-in program on WMAL and his regular feature “The Family Doctor” has appeared on WJLA-TV News. Dr. Novello has also been active in the media on the national level. His syndicated radio program Healthtime has been heard daily in over 300 cities and he has often appeared on network and cable TV news programs and talk shows as well as programs such as Nightline, Good Morning America and The Today Show.

To schedule a consultation with Dr. Novello, please contact our office manager, Laura Cusumano, at (703) 723-2999.

Dr. Oberschneider, Director, Ashburn Psychological Services

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