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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Loudoun County Public Libraries has put together a number of presentations and programs with area mental health professionals and organizations in recognition of the month.

Psychologist Dr. Douglas Lipp of our practice will be presenting on mild and more severe anxiety experienced by all age groups. He will share tips on how to help yourself and others through these challenges.

WHEN: May 17 from 7PM to 8PM
WHERE: Purcellville Library (Robey Meeting Room)
AGE GROUPS: High School and adults
Hope to see you there!

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We hope you enjoy Dr. Oberschneider's article, "4 Tips for Managing Kids' Summer Tech Time" for #MiddleburgLife Middleburg Life

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The teenage years can be an unsettling time, with the many physical, emotional and social changes that accompany this stage of life. Join Licensed Professional Counselor Victoria Small to discuss how teens and their families can recognize and address anxiety, stress and depression this Sunday May 14 at 2PM at the Cascades Library. This program is being offered through the Loudoun County Public Library in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month. The program is for teens and adults/parents.
For more information, we invite you to click the below link:

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We hope you enjoy this month's "Ask Dr. Mike" column for the Blue Ridge Leader and Loudoun Today.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we are very pleased to announce that several clinicians at our practice will be presenting on various aspects of mental health for the Loudoun County Public Library system
On 05/08, Victoria Small, Licensed Professional Counselor, will be presenting on the ways in which teens (and their families) can recognize and address stress, anxiety and depression from 6PM to 7PM at the Ashburn Library.

Ms. Small is an outstanding therapist who assesses and treats teens, and she is also an outstanding presenter. Her presentation is free of charge, and we hope to see you there!

Please click on the attached link to learn more about the talk.

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Dr. Oberschneider's article on "13 Reasons Why" was published in USA Today! Teen bullying and teen suicide are, unfortunately, very real problems, and Northern Virginia is not immune to the problem having lost several teens over the years.
For those who need immediate assistance, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached at: 1-800-273-8255 24 hours a day. When calling 911 for assistance within Loudoun County, ask for a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) officer.

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We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Kiran Iqbal has joined our practice!

Dr. Iqbal is double board certified in Child & Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry and believes in the integrative and collaborative treatment approach towards patients, their family and other professionals involved. Dr. Iqbal specializes in treating ADHD, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, Psychosis , PTSD and women's mental health.

After deciding that she wanted the ability to treat a full range of ages, she completed specialized training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry through the fellowship program at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt. During this fellowship, Dr. Iqbal served as the Chief Fellow for Sheppard Pratt health System. She was also the winner of the SAMHSA/AACAP award during her training and has special interest in systems of care approach and integrative medicine and treatment modules.

Dr. Iqbal continues to work as an Assistant Professor with the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University of Maryland, Baltimore where she is responsible for supervising residents and fellows, Maryland medicaid medication authorizations as well as being the consultant psychiatrist for the Maryland School for the Deaf in Frederick Maryland.

In addition to Dr. Iqbal's professional pedigree and experience, she possesses a warm and caring manner and approach to patient care.

Dr. Iqbal is currently accepting new patients, and we invite you to contact our office manager, Christine Kutt, to schedule a consultation at: (703) 723-2999.


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John Whitbeck, Loudoun County's leading mental health and education attorney, will be presenting on the various aspects of special education within the school system. This is a very important presentation for parents of children who have developmental, learning or mental health struggles and who attend the public school system.

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Dr. Michael Oberschneider, our director, collaborated on an interesting and important project with Lucidious and the Loudoun School of Ballet. Teen suicide rates have increased over the years, and we hope this project and effort makes a difference -- even if the message just reaches and helps one person who is struggling with depression. We hope to see you at the performance!
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