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  • A
    xyz Life Coach
    Salif is exceptional at what he does in help others. I highly recommend him as a life coach and I am so happy he is sharing his amazing talent with me and my family. I reached out for his help during a hard time that myself and some family members were going through. I was having relationship difficulties, transitioning careers and dealing with serious health issues. I was lost, discouraged, and completely lacking motivation. In addition, other relatives also needed help and so I didn't a have any form of support and didn't know how to help my close ones. He is and expert at asking the right and pertinent questions that give great insight as to the dynamics of our situations, what we needed to prioritize in dealing with and how to best achieve our goals. His expertise, profound knowledge of life, health, relationships and really everything is simply astounding. Our calls were groundbreaking each time, we had specific items that we tracked and followed up on, particularly with the use of the Wellness Inventory Wheel, that provides insight into twelve dimensions of the individual, and also provide an efficient accountability component. Coach Salif stayed supportive all the way and clearly shows an innate passion for what he does. His communication skills are exceptional and his approach of sensitive issues is full of empathy. It feels good to have met someone so passionate about their work, who is an intelligent, intuitive soul in touch with the world and with an incredible understanding of the human condition.
    - Matthew C.
  • F
    Millar, Dr. Benjamin R.
    I called Millar's office for a follow-up visit. They told me how busy they were. They offered to have me see the NPR. I wanted to wait to see the MD. Five weeks later I arrived at his office. Because it was an MVA they demanded money up front. In the exam room they sent in the NPR. I explained my appointment was with Millar. She told me how busy they were. She didn't have the time to talk with me or make a referral. No one in the waiting room. Millar had someone on a stretcher waiting in the hall outside of his office. The NPR claimed to have written a script. It was never filled. Millar never bothered to send my PCP records, so a 5 week old sinus infection went untreated. My PCP called for records. Millar's office told them how busy they were.
    - Kenneth C.
  • A
    Richard H Lazor DDS
    I had a great experience with Dr.Lazor's office. The front desk staff got me scheduled promptly , sent plenty of reminders , were always pleasant and willing to work with my schedule to adjust appointment times. Dr.Lazor's nurses and hygienists are very pleasant and extremely competent. Dr.Lazor is a great dentist and did an amazing job on my teeth -- highly recommend!!
    - sakshi m.
  • D
    South Texas Behavioral Medicine
    We set up today's appointment to review how I was doing on my meds.  When I arrived I paid my co-pay and sat to await my appt.  A few minutes later I was called back to reception and told that I had a balance due from my last visit and that today's would not be covered as I had been diagnosed with an SMI (serious mental illness), and it was not covered by my insurance.  So now I was having to pay them close to $400!!  I was going to wait to discuss it with the doctor, but as I was finishing with my payment, he was just then coming in the door and called back another patient who had been there prior to me.  The only problem there was that I was on time for my appt. and it was now 10 minutes after my appt time and he was just now calling her back?!!!  I only went here in the first place because I thought they might be better at prescribing meds for depression than my primary care doc who consulted with my regular therapist (psychologist).  I already know my diagnosis which is minor depressive/anxiety disorder and have confirmed that this is not considered to be a serious mental illness but rather a minor one that countless people suffer from. I ended up just leaving because I did not have the time to wait around for him to finish with the patient ahead of me or I would be very late for work.  Be very careful if you decide to seek treatment here.  Make sure you are clear with the staff what they are attempting to bill for as far as diagnosis codes go otherwise you may find yourself out a large sum of dough.
    - David E.
  • B
    Cornelius Nau MD
    Dr. Nau was a laid back individual who was easy to talk with. He appeared quite knowledgeable about psychopharmacology and new developments in the field that might be of help. I would have continued in treatment with him if he had decided to remain in his clinical practice. I wish him well in his new endeavor.
    - Herbert S.
  • A
    Ales, Dr. Gregory D.
    Throughout the one hour procedure he informed me of what he was doing and why he was doing it. Although the procedure had its pain points, he explained to me when it would occur so that I was prepared.
    - SONIA I.
  • A
    Randall Sellers MD
    He is just a constant professional. He has the best knowledge I've seen to date on mental health as it relates to medications and adjusting and getting the dosage spot on. For me, he got it right on the nose the first time. He's ultra professional and right on time -- every time! He's saved my life! I initally became his patient in an emergency situation and he fit me in. My son had a panic attack and he fit my son in on an emergency basis too.
    - Julie C.
  • A
    Kurt Sherick MD
    I see him on a monthly basis. What I like, is that it is not a pressuring environment. It is more of communication, and so he tries to make you feel on the level with him, as opposed to be a patient. I don't consider him to be my best friend, but it is very straight forward. When I talk, he listens, and when I ask questions, he answers. He has even done some research for me on my questions, so he has actually helped me with not just the struggle of loosing my husband, but also how I lost my husband. He has helped me with some things with the VA as well. I was seeing him prior to this and then this happened, so it was a smooth transition. I wasn't intending on going for multiple things, but it just happened that way. I am very impressed with his dedication, and he will talk to you even when it is late. He has gone above and beyond for me on numerous occasions over the last year and half.
    - yvette l.
  • F
    Alamo Mental Health Group

    The first available appointment was 3 weeks from the time I called, which (unfortunately) was one of the shorter waiting times for providers in my insurance network. But because of an office mix-up, my appointment had to be rescheduled to two weeks after that. So after waiting 5 weeks to see a psychiatrist, I had my appointment with Dr. Earl Stenger. The only positive comment I can make is that Dr. Stenger saw me within 5 minutes of my arrival (and 10 minutes before my scheduled appointment time). His "evaluation" lasted less than 10 minutes, and most of this time was spent asking which anti-depressant medications I had been on in the past. After that, he quickly came to a conclusion about which new medication he would prescribe to me. Most disturbingly, he came to this conclusion without asking me a single question about my current symptoms or what side effects I had had with the other medications. When he did ask a few general questions (marital status, job status, etc.), his manner was more like a hostile interrogation than a therapeutic bed-side manner. He did 95% of the talking, and that included telling me how my primary care physician had been mis-prescribing my medications. He was extremely rude and condescending, and I felt much worse leaving his office than I did entering it.

    After my appointment, I sat in the waiting room to complete my paperwork. The waiting room was very crowded and noisy - there were several people complaining about the waiting time, and there were two children that were unsupervised.

    I will NOT be returning to this physician or this practice.

    - Nicole P.
  • D
    Susan Epner MD
    I have seen her three times. I am in the process of looking for someone else. You know how some times person to person it's sometimes awkward, second impressions also, she said she would to this, this and this and then I go back the second time and it turns out she wasn't true to her word. With the holidays and whatever, I just wasn't motivated for a third time just to maybe give her another chance because it's so difficult to establish again with a new physician or new neurologist. Then I just decided I'm not doing it again. My primary gave it more attention than she did. I'm an RN I can read the summaries on the sheet, but you want to look a little deeper than that sometimes. I have been seeing a neurologist for six or seven years now and I know what may of them have said in my follow ups and know what the deal is by now. And she didn't even give it anything. Like I said my primary gave it more due than she had bothered to. Anyway I am very disappointed in her care. The first time she seemed interested, she seemed caring and the it quickly dropped to the "d" level in two follow ups.
    - judi l.
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