44095 Pipeline Plaza, Suite 240 Suite 251, Ashburn, VA 20147
Ashburn Psychological Services
Ashburn Psychological Services in Ashburn, VA is a psychiatric and psychological practice that combines recent enhancements and developments in psychiatry and psychology with proven techniques and approaches.
You will find highly skilled psychiatrists in Ashburn, Virginia (VA) at Ashburn Psychological Services, where they pride themselves on their vast experience, academic specialization and dedication to excellence. The psychiatrists at Ashburn Psychological Services in Ashburn, VA evaluate and treat children, adolescents and adults who have a variety of concerns including but not limited to services for anxiety, depression, ADHD, and those struggling with substance abuse. They also deal with clients seeking counseling for a child psychiatrist, forensic psychiatrist, and couples and divorce counseling. To consult with a psychiatrist in Ashburn, VA at Ashburn Psychological Services call (703) 723-2999 for an appointment or visit their website for more information.
ServicesThe respected and experienced psychiatrists in Ashburn, VA at Ashburn Psychological Services provide a variety of psychological and psychiatric services for children, adolescents, adults and families. For more information visit their website or call Ashburn Psychological Services at (703) 723-2999.
We saw Dr. Oberschneider, or "Dr. Mike," upon the recommendation of the director of our child's school. Our family had been through many therapists with little change, but we learned more about our child's problems (and his needs) from Dr. Mike in one meeting than we had in several months of treatment with others. He quickly identified our child's problems and ours as parents and spent equal time alone with our child and alone with us. Dr. Mike is excellent with young teens with Asperger's. We also see Dr. Joseph Novello at the practice for medication, and he too is excellent. My husband and I recognized Dr. Novello's voice immediately from his radio show, The Family Doctor, that used to be aired in DC. Our son was also tested at the practice for his learning and processing struggles, and they did a great job! Hands down, the practice is excellent, and we will continue to recommend them all to our friends.
I normally don't write reviews for doctors, but we have been so pleased with our experience at this practice that my husband and I wanted to give credit where credit is due. Our pediatrician recommended Ashburn Psychological Services to us for our son. We had our son evaluated by the practice's neuropsychologist (Dr. Amy Gordon), and then we have stayed on for therapy. First of all, the previous diagnosis we received at a nearby practice was incorrect, and we knew it as parents. We weren't listned to, and we wasted a lot of time and money in unnecissary treatment. Dr. Amy Gordon addressed the problem and accurately diagnosed our son. Our son has remained at the practice and sees "Dr. Mike" Oberschneider for therapy. Dr. Oberschneider is an outstanding therapist. His insights, direction and strategies, both for my son and for us as parents, are always spot on. Our son is doing great, and we are needing to see Dr. Oberschneider less and less. We are discussing a Summer break due to his progress. Ashburn Psychological Services has restored our faith in mental health treatment, and we give them our highest recommendation.
I worked with Dr. Michael Oberschneider for about two and a half years. When I first came to him, I did not expect to like him. I came to him a bit upset but mostly confused as to why my parents had brought me to a psychologist. I didn't want Dr. Oberschneider to help me, and I didn't want to be there. He seemed to understand this. He had a gentle, almost apologetic attitude for our first vists. He never tried to force himself into my mind or dig at any of my insecurities. Rather, he asked me questions and let me work them out myself. He asked the right questions though -- the type of questions that made you think about yourself; the ones you didn't always have an answer to right away. He had a very kind way of reserving judgment about my flaws yet complemented aspects of mine that were positive. He made me see myself as a better person, and separate productive attributes of mine, from self destructive habits focused on instant gratification. Dr. Oberschneider is a true psychologist -- one that talks patients through the process of figuring out their own internal disagreements. He never tries to encompass the complexity that is the human brain in a single diagnosis or term just so that he can write a prescription and leave it at that. He displayed compassion, diligence and a lot of hard work by not giving up on me or by not taking short cuts in our therapy sessions. He stuck with me for almost three years before he, but more importantly, I was confident that I was able to control my behavior and recognize trouble seeking habits. Dr. Oberschneider is a role model and postive authority figure -- but most of all he is a friend who accepts his patiens as they are and makes them want to better themselves. I would highly recommend Dr. Oberschneider for ancy child, young adult or adult who is having trouble escaping self destructive, addicting or problematic behaviors. His holistic views of his patiens, gentle yet intriguiging input and patients with his patients makes him a psychologist that will not just diagnose and prescribe -- but a psychologist who willl help resolve the deepest issues withinin a patient permanently.
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