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    Dr. Mike Oberschneider, Psy.D.

    Michael Oberschneider, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist and the founder and director of Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services. He has been featured as a mental-health expert on CNN, Good Morning America, and other popular media outlets. Dr. Oberschneider has also received Washingtonian Magazine’s “Top Therapist” honor for his work with children and adolescents. He lives in Leesburg, Virginia, with his wife Liz and two children, Ava and Otto.

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  • Dr. Mike: 5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving a More Thankful Experience

    Dr. Mike: 5 Tips to Make Thanksgiving a More Thankful Experience0

    Thanksgiving is a time for family and close friends to come together with gratitude.  It can also be a time for self-reflection and remembrance; and, many of us have fond childhood memories of Thanksgiving where there was always a packed table of joyful and loving family members and an abundance of delicious food. While as

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  • Dr. Mike: Remembering our Wounded Warriors on Veterans Day

    Dr. Mike: Remembering our Wounded Warriors on Veterans Day0

    Remembering our Wounded Warriors on Veterans Day Veterans Day is a time to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, and it is also a time to reflect and remember with gratitude. America is a free and democratic nation today, and we as civilians are able to enjoy all that comes with

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  • Dr. Mike: Coping with Seasonal Depression

    Dr. Mike: Coping with Seasonal Depression0

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as the “Winter Blues” and “Winter Depression,” is a type of depression that affects over 10 million Americans each year. And research has shown that 10 percent to 20 percent of folks may struggle with a milder form of SAD. SAD is a depression that occurs based on seasons;

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  • Dr. Mike: What a Halloween Costume Says About Your Child

    Dr. Mike: What a Halloween Costume Says About Your Child0

    From Spiderman to Cinderella – and everything in between — the costume your child selects for Halloween can say a lot about who he or she is or where they are developmentally. Princesses. Children tend to pick costumes that personify their gender roles, and this is certainly the case for many little girls who are fascinated

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