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Dr. Michael Oberschneider
Dr. Michael Oberschneider is a highly accredited psychologist and the owner of Ashburn Psychological Services. He received his Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from George Washington University and his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northwestern University. Upon completion of his degree, he completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Pennsylvania Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Health Systems. This advanced training involved in-patient and out-patient consultation, treatment and evaluation rotations. Dr. Oberschneider has spent the past 10 years working as a psychologist in a variety of capacities with children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Oberschneider has practiced as a staff psychologist at an in-patient hospital unit, the United States Justice Department, the City of Alexandria (Youth and Family Services) and in private practice.
Dr. Oberschneider is an independent syndicated columnist for the Washington Post and has been featured in the national media as a mental health expert. He has published several articles in prestigious academic journals and has presented at national conventions. Dr. Oberschneider has had additional psychotherapy and assessment training at the following: Children's National Medical Center, The DC Superior Courts, Howard University Counseling Center, the Speech and Language Center of Northern Virginia, the Center Clinic of the George Washington University, the N Street Village Residential Facility, the Baltimore Washington Center of Psychoanalysis and the Pennsylvania Center of Psychoanalysis. Dr. Oberschneider is a member of the American Psychological Association, Virginia Psychological Association and the Northern Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists. He is also the Chief Mental Health Advisor for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Northern Virginia and the Classical Ballet Academy of Herndon. In 2009, Dr. Oberschneider was awarded the esteemed "Top Psychologist" ranking in the Washingtonian Magazine for his outstanding work with children and adolescents.
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