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  • angie's initial promise that she listed at least one transmission shop was in my area was false. however after wasting my time signing up, i find angie does not list the transmission shops that are in my area (there are several). terrible service.
    - don w.
  • The counselor played a major role in ruining my marriage. WITHOUT meeting me, she convinced my wife she was an emotionally abused spouse instead of correctly diagnosing her as manic depressive and bipolar (oops!).
    - CURTIS W.
  • Kim is a phenomenal doctor! I have tried to find a therapist for years, and she was the first that made me feel 100% comfortable! She is genuinely kind and you can feel she truly cares about you. I never felt pressured to speak on any one subject, which seemed to be a common factor in my past therapists. She also is very accommodating to your schedule, even having a few evening appointments throughout the week. 
    I would absolutely recommend her services to anyone, and have! I miss her dearly, my schedule has been too hectic to get in this year. Also, financial issues came into play when my insurance started over this year.
    - Autumn D.
  • As you see Kim it doesn't take you long to figure out timeliness isn't her best quality. She will NEVER short your time, and is usually running 10-15 minutes late because one of her patients needed her.
    - Polly P.
  • I am so glad I found Roxanne. I had poor experiences with two other counselors and a support group for grief survivors. And I was having trouble finding a counselor who would take Medicare. I really needed someone to talk to and listen to me without being uncomfortable or urging me to "move on". She is like a good friend who helps me makes sense of my situation and is always willing to listen. She has helped me a lot and I will continue to see her. I have also recommended her to others.
    - BARBARA T.
  • He's really good at helping you and giving you guidance to feel empowered to figure things out to yourself. He's given me great insight when I needed it but has encouraged me to stand up, believe and think for myself when I'm thinking in a healthy way. He's helped me trust myself and have better self esteem.
    - Angie K.
  • Some friends of mine raised their grandchild her whole life (3 years 9 mos). They were declared de facto custodians of her by the court. Dr. Gonso was supposed to determine which party would facilitate the grandchild's relationship with both sides of the family and what was in the grandchild's best interests. Dr. Gonso did not follow American Psychological Association guidelines in making her evaluation and in doing so wrote a very biased and untruthful report. Dr. Gonso went out of her way to defame my friends' character by fabricating lies and untruths attacking them and their conservative religious beliefs. Dr. Gonso provided testimony that was impeached by my friend's attorney. Dr. Gonso informed my friends that the more information they could provide her with the better ("Pile it on me"), then used this information to make them look bad in court. Dr. Gonso made unethical contact with the other side's attorney (against APA guidelines). In her investigation she contacted only those individuals or groups associated with the other side, never interviewing me or those people that could support my friend's case (also against APA guidelines). She ignored blatent indications that the other side had serious mental health issues (PTSD, anger management, alcoholism, drawing AK-47 rifle on an individual). The son-in-law denied any treatment recommended by the VA. Dr. Gonso's testimony in court was "well, he said he was sorry..." Dr. Gonso also testified that that he had quit drinking for a year just because he said so. My friend's evidence showed otherwise. Dr. Gonso should have followed APA guidelines in giving him more testing and evaluation. Dr. Gonso also did not contact his employers which she was supposed to do according to APA guidelines. Evidence was provided to Dr. Gonso showing that the daughter and son-in-law of my friends were using the grandchild as a weapon against them. Dr. Gonso ignored all the evidence showing medical neglect (12 vaginal infections in 6 months, untreated corneal abrasion, untreated pink eye), and the mental abuse of the grandchild by the daughter and son-in-law (they made her feel bad for wanting to come back to where she had been raised). Dr. Gonso ignored the indications that the daughter and her husband would not let my friends see thier grandchild without court ordered visitation. Dr. Gonso was not supposed to decide whether my friends were de facto custodians, instead she was to opine which side should have custody. Dr. Gonso suggested to the court that my friends should have no visitation. The court never questioned Dr. Gonso at all and kept her biased report (her report was shown by another psychologist in testimony to be biased and should not to be relied upon). The court accepted Dr. Gonso's advice anyway and my friends have not seen thier grandchild since. Dr. Gonso should be investigated, held accountable for her despicable behavior yet there are no recourses that can be brought against her. She is protected by the court and can say whatever she wants and get away with it. I found Dr. Gonso on a website listing those professionals that aid and abet child molesters to get custody of children. I believe her to be a danger to children and families.
    - JOHN M.
  • As always, Dr. Duffy is friendly, open, insightful and professional. She is very easy to talk to about anything and is excellent at providing a different way of perceiving things; turning the picture 90 degrees as it were. I have found her to be of invaluable help and highly recommend her talent and abilities.
    - Karla W.
  • Great! She was able to my teen in quickly when the problem emerged. She was easy to talk to and my teen felt his/her needs were met and problems were assessed correctly. Dr. O'Donnell has no receptionist (and she lets you know that when you contact her). The waiting area of the office is comfortable, pretty, and there is plenty to read for all interests. She made clear from the beginning what information she would be able to tell the parents and what she wouldn't. When a diagnosis was made, she set up a meeting with the teen and both parents so we could all know what was going on and what needed to be done. We had one problem with insurance at the beginning, but she resolved it immediately.
    I highly recommend her.
    - PATRICK & DANIELLE H.
  • From the initial appointment Mary was very accepting and easy to talk to. I came to her after i didn't feel like i was getting good results from another therapist. I expressed my concerns with her and have had none of the same issues. Each time I see her she is full of great advice and ideas for me to use in my treatment.
    - JENNI W.
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