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Ashburn Psychological Services
Ashburn Psychological Services Office

(703) 723-2999

Fax (703) 723-4144 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.
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Office Staff Michael Oberschneider, Psy.D.

Joseph R. Novello, M.D.

Zafar Rasheed, M.D.

Malika Seth, M.D.

Gagandeep Singh, M.D.

Amy Gordon, Ph.D.

Margarita Avedisian, Ph.D.

Albert Jerome, Ph.D.

Rachel L. Martell, Psy.D.

Shalini Wahi, Ph.D.

Margaret Wong, Ph.D.

Jay R. Lucker, Ed.D., CCC-A/SLP, FAAA

Daniel Martino, LPC

Morganne Owens, LCSW
Services The 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.
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Thank you Dr. Iqbal! Best child psychiatrist ever!
by HappyMOM
August 15, 2021
Dr. Iqbal has been (mis)treating my child in a protracted high conflict case without ever once contacting me, ever, prescribing and I believe changing medications, and depending on ONLY ONE parent's input from Day One - a parent who psychologically abused me and psychologically abused my daughter, from a young age. I called Dr. Iqbal to try to communicate and was ignored. Instead, they want to soak (and using EMDR to essentially reconfigure) my daughter's brain chemistry using drugs instead of standing up to my ex. My ex has been litigating and relitigating in my daughter's psyche from a young age and people like Dr. Iqbal and Dr. Schuchart go right along. My ex refers to Ashburn Psychological Services as his "court doctors." They take impartial histories from one parent. Dr. Schuchart, in particular, has been doing EMDR on my daughter who has been awash in her FATHER'S perceptions and his litigious narrative that he has used as a shield only for himself, dragging my daughter along the battlefield, in and out of the offices of Dr. Iqbal and Dr. Schuchart as the latest in a cast of revolving characters in this insane situation involving my child. Rachel Schuchart testified in court today that she doesn't even need "reality testing" to conduct EMDR! Rachel is (mis)treating my daughter and says "progress is slow." 🙄 Rachel (and prior to her, Maggie Avedisian) has gone along with my ex using them as gatekeepers and using EMDR to keep my daughter under his boot. UNETHICAL on so many levels. Steer clear of Ashburn Psychological Services even if you are a parent looking for a "court doctor." You don't need "court doctors." You need to get along with your ex and use regular therapy if you need it. You'll harm your children-avoid court at all costs. You can't mitigate the damage. If ANYTHING happens to my daughter other than her being the healthy, thriving person she used to be, I'm going to make it my life's mission to sue Ashburn Psychological Services or advocate for its closure. This practice blames the other parent instead of actually holding the one who has control accountable and uses what is supposed to be therapeutic for self-serving purposes.
by Custody War Recruits
August 10, 2021
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