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  • F
    Allegheny Neurological Assoc
    I was judged,belittled and called a drug addict by Ye due to in my opinion her reading my chart following my 1st seizure that drugs where in my system. She did no tests, did not examine me in any way. She then asked about the other 2 seizures which drugs were not involved as the latest one happened in my sleep and then gave me no diagnosis but prescribed a medication that is dangerous due to anxiety that I am currently being treated for but she didn't listen or care before sending me home still not knowing why I am having seizures?? Ye Liang was very rude and disrespectful!! The office and staff members went above and beyond to treat me with dignity and respect.
    - Richard V.
  • F
    Thomas, Dr. Arthur
    Poor bedside manner, zero follow up after visit (with very crucial info as it turns out), wrong coding with the billing and unwillingness to discuss to resolve. This doctor is in it for the money. You'll do better elsewhere.
    - robert m.
  • C
    Marnin Fischbach MD
    This is a really really nice guy.  Relevant questions and feedback.
    However - I saw him for approximately a year, and there were 3 mixups with appointments.  At my expense.  He does his own appiontment cards, and twice wrote down a date but circled the wrong day of the week.
    On your initial visit you sign an agreement to pay certain fees form various infractions - $50 for missed appointment, $200 for something-or-other (can't remember what exactly), something for calling in a prescription.  This is all on a poor, crooked, barely legible copy.  Okay - I signed and agreed to all this.  I mean, I was already there.
    Like I said, he was a pleasure in our "sessions," but I got tired of getting screwed becauase of his mistakes.  Ran out of prescriptions because he did not show.  Did not apologize for his mistake.  Admitted to it, and told me the $50 fee was "forgiven."  
    This got to be too annoying, and I got tired of his mistakes.  Found someone else.
    I think he's a nice guy, and was probably a good doctor once, but he seems to have some memory issues or something.  Not sure exactly what.
    - Sandra L.
  • F
    Talbott, Dr. John B.
    Horrible.  I waited in an exam room for 45 minutes in a hospital gown to be evaluated for a brain injury that I received from a concussion while at work.  Dr. Talbot came into the room 45 minutes after my scheduled appointment time.  He asked me 3 questions: my name, birth date, and the date of my accident.  He had me follow his finger with my eyes and walk 10 steps.  The total amount time spent with me was 3 minutes and 45 seconds.  He left the room and never returned.   20 minutes later, the receptionist came into the room and said that I could get dressed and leave.  I was finished.   Dr. Talbot never did an IMPACT test or any kind of cognitive testing or any other evaluation.
    It is a shame that this medical person, ( I can't say professional) was influenced by the mighty dollar.  Needless to say, I would strongly urge those in need of neurological care seek help elsewhere.  

    - Patti H.
  • A
    Cranberry Psychological Center
    My therapy sessions were uncomfortable at first, not being accustomed to such a thing, but I quickly found the benefit and look forward to my sessions. My appointments with the psychiatrist, being fewer and further apart, have taken a little longer to warm to but I also look forward them as well. Therapy sessions last about an hour and psych appointments are about 20-30 minutes. Overall, the people are nice and the reason they sometimes have issues with punctuality is because if a person is having a hard time and really needs more attention, then they let them stay as long as they need to. Nice to know if you ever find yourself in need of the same consideration.
    - Jennifer V.
  • F
    Reilly comes across as conceited. I left feeling more damaged than when I started. This is definitely NOT a mutually respectful or collaborative style. She keeps the patient from deserved progress. Disappointed and angry--she knows patients need trust. Wish she could have created a true partnership with me.
    - Jean S.
  • C
    Kaye, Dr. Judith E
    I contacted Dr. Kaye when I felt I needed more than my PCP to help manage my psychotropic medications. I left a message on her machine and after a few days she called me back. Her hours were not very flexible, but I felt desparate, so I cancelled work to go and see her. Her office is small and is shared with other professionals. There is no receptionist so I was not sure what to do at first. I waited in the open waiting room and about 20 minutes after my assigned appointment she came out of her office. I went into her office and she immediately asked for payment and did not trust that I understood my insurance correctly. It just started off on a bad foot for me. Then, she asked me questions off of a form. Some of the questions were confusing and made me uncomfortable. She asked me to compare how I felt against how other people felt about similar topics. I had a hard time comparing myself to others, which made the conversation awkward. Then we discussed my history of medications, and seemed upset that I could not remember the details of my 7 years of medications.
    She asked me to try to send my medical records to her office before my appointment, but my doctor's office was not able to accomadate that request. She seemed upset by this.
    I left her office without any change in medication and feeling like I just wasted 2.5 hours of my life . She told me she was going to find me a therapist or counselor within the next 3 days. She never called back regarding the counseler. I tried calling her about it and left a message, I never got a call back. I was unhappy with her service and decided to not return.

    - Sara C.
  • A
    Rebecca is truly a gifted therapist. I cannot give her enough praise.
    While hearing impaired, Rebecca is perhaps the best listener and communicator I have met. She is very patient with me and always ready to give unbiased feedback. Rebecca is honest with me, sometimes when the truth is not the easiest for me to hear. I appreciate that very much and she has a way of doing so such that it is not harsh nor hurtful but very constructive.
    Rebecca is also a fantastic teacher. It is not uncommon for me to have a session where she does a lot of the talking. She is a wealth of knowledge. Using concepts she acquired in her clinical studies plus real-life experiences, Rebecca often helps me to understand why I think or act a certain way, and how I can potentially employ a different, more sound approach in the future.
    It is very clear to me that Rebecca genuinely cares for her clients. She takes a true interest in my life and well-being while remaining professional.
    I would highly recommend Rebecca for therapy services.
    I have found Rebecca's billing service to be slow in sending me invoices; however, I think this is just part of a small practice setup. Appointments also tend to not start right on time though Rebecca has never shortened my appointment to get back on schedule. I usually have a later evening appointment and suspect that appointments gradually get off schedule throughout the day.
    - Lauren B.
  • A
    Pittsburgh Psychotherapy Associates LLC
    Tracey is fantastic. She is down to earth and tells things like they are without sugar-coating or hand-holding. This is exactly what I needed to hear. Her role during marriage counseling is to act as an impartial observer and lend perspective on the issues at hand. She could not have done this better. Also, my spouse and I were nervous that it would be awkward or embarrassing, but these fears were laughable by the end. Tracey kept a flow of questions going and she was very easy to talk to. I would recommend her to anyone seeking counseling.
    - Erin H.
  • A
    Relationship Resolutions
    Dr. Fisher is an excellent therapist. She took the time to understand each of our (my wife and I) perspectives and gave us specific recommendations to improve our communication with each other. She is a trusting and caring person who genuinely wants us to be happy together. Dr. Fisher takes a proactive approach to cognitive therapy and is not a therapist who just sits there and listens. She creates an open environment that makes us encouraged to share our honest thoughts and she also facilitates the conversation so that we can effectively reach a mutual understanding. I would highly recommend Dr. Fisher to anyone seeking marriage will be happy with the results.
    - JEAN M.
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