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  • A
    Psychological Healthcare
    Psychological Healthcare has numerous therapists and counselors you can choose from, depending on what issues interest you. They try to be very accommodating with scheduling and the staff is very friendly. Overall, both my daughter and I have had a good experience here.
    - Serese M.
  • A
    Bright Path Counseling Center
    The staff at Bright Path Counseling Center are very friendly and they have a wide range of treatment.
    - Veronica A.
  • A
    Jaffe, Dr. Janet E.
    She is very intelligent. She is down to earth. She is compassionate and professional. She is always on time.
    - Cindy S.
  • A
    Psychological Healthcare
    Great, I would definitely recommend Diane in particular to anyone. I haven't met anyone else in the Liverpool office.
    - Cara S.
  • A
    St Joseph's Hospital Health Center
    This is the first therapist I have gone to that I've had a truly good experience with. I have tried multiple (6 or 7) places in the past but was never satisfied with the treatment I received. I think my issue was too severe to be handled by just any general counseling office. St. Joseph's provides thorough, all-emcompassing treatment for mental health issues that are a bit more complicated than anxiety or depression. (Although I'm sure you can be treated here for either of those, too.) This is exactly what it claims to be - an outpatient mental health clinic. They provide attentive and thorough treatment that is only one step down from an intensive inpatient program. All of my mental health needs are fulfilled by this one location - I see a therapist (LCSW) every week, a psychiatrist once a month for medication management, as well as group therapy sessions each week as part of the treatment program for BPD. It's extremely convenient that this location is prepared to offer all of these services in one place. They regularly deal with BPD patients and are very well-versed on the most successful treatment plan. I can be confident that I'm receiving exactly the treatment that I need, from competent people, and am on the road to recovery. They aren't just treating the symptoms, as therapists in my past have tried to do, but are addressing the true cause - the underlying personality disorder. Also everyone in the office is very friendly, especially Suzanne - the receptionist on the Mezzanine level :) She is always cheerful and greets me by name.
    - Kelly G.
  • A
    Wood, Patricia
    She is very good at what she does and I highly recommend her to anyone who has psychiatry problems for counseling. She is very friendly, open and honest and she is very hands on.  She doesn’t rush you through.  She has always been available to me even after hours if I need her.  I would recommend her without a doubt in my mind and I would recommend the whole office.  I like them very much. I see her every two weeks.
    - Daryl M.
  • B
    Psychological Healthcare
    So far, I've been seeing one of the therapists/social workers for about 6 weeks now and things are going well. We are slowly making progress and making changes that should help in the long run. How long the treatment will last is hard to say. Both the therapist and the office staff I've interacted with have been very easy to talk with and have had no problems whatsoever. I would definitely refer others to this facility.
    - Dan R.
  • B
    Iqbal, Dr. Muhammad Z
    He is consistent, he is always on time and he is a good doctor. I would use his services again in the future.
    - Beth J.
  • B
    Psychological Healthcare
    Denise is professional and helpful. I don't feel like we are a great fit and she does provide quality counseling on how to improve and grow. The sessions are only 45 minutes and I wish they were a full hour. The downtown Syracuse office is a bit run down and not particularly comfortable or relaxing. The music they play in the waiting room is often overly intense. I like classical but something but sedate would be nice. I love that they can sent you txt messages to remind you of appointments.
    - Jamie K.
  • D
    Alternative Therapies & Wellness Service
    Ms. Green signed off on a personal healthcare evaluation which was technically incompetent and bore a number of factual errors { no fewer than two dozen} which was performed by a staff person at another local provider office (at which location Green was also publicly listed as an on-staff practitioner).  The other practitioner at the other practice/agency was supposed to be subject to Green's supervision--and that staff person was fired about 8 months later when it was at last exposed that she did NOT have any certified credentials to perform the duties she'd been assigned. I'd attempted to contact Counselor Green directly regarding questions about the other agency's 'recommendation' { misrepresented as being her own professional conclusion} along with misgivings I'd had about the con-artist staff-person's conduct.  Out of no fewer than six calls:  I'd only spoken with her once (mid-June '14) after she'd returned my first call in order to inform me that she was NOT any longer providing direct counseling service at the other location; at that time she advised me to call the other practice for the service I'd inquired about.  She was polite, understanding and congenial enough the one, exceptional time I'd heard from her certainly.      Since her 'behind the scenes' supervisory service was apparently unthoroughly/incompletely performed via another practice I'd not been able to communicate with her by either phone nor mail.  Having left three messages and otherwise only ever getting the A.T.&W.S. answering machine over the months since, I've never been able to find out about whatever other, "Alternative" form(s) of therapy or "Wellness " her practice may provide.  For over eight months she'd also ignored and completely avoided any contact with another personal counselor regarding questions pertaining to her evaluation recommendation and matters of her 'head-of-practice' service and professional oversight at the other agency, where I'd been duped into attended group sessions.    The only information about her practice location readily available  {@ Health Grades web-site + local, commercial business directory web-site} had apparently been outdated by about a year or more and though I'd asked for the current/'new' location twice at her secondary practice's office where I'd been attending-- first they simply said it's in Oswego (city) and the next time, they only vaguely asserted her prior address IS her 'new' location, then saying they'd ask her for me only after being corrected that I'd verification to the contrary.  { Three weeks later, they'd completely forgotten about the question and NEVER DID provide Green's then-current address.}  I eventually did acquire Counselor Green's address ... about a month+a-half after having asked for it ... the second time...  -but only by contacting a state oversight agency to which she's answerable.  That then turned out to be a small, single-room office located inside an optometry shop, which she'd explained was temporary until renovations were complete on her own, prior office space in the same building. So despite the fact that I was apparently mislead to believing the service I was attending was in any way professionally advisable, 'required' on-going 'service' by a second agency (based on her own supervisorial-approval service which was paid for in advance)  I was effectively denied any possibility of further, complete service by counselor Green and her agency without any communication regarding the issue whatsoever over the duration of nine full months.  The ONLY 'service' I'd apparently received since day one then, had been a costly enough ( to myself) up-front investment in having one-way-blind, erroneous official health 'care' recommendation 'provided'. At long-lost last, mid-April Penny Green called me--but only after my other (aforementioned) personal counselor called to prompt/remind her to do so.  She's now at contemptibly-overdue last completed correcting the months-protracted counseling course snafu generated by the fraudulently purported 'professional' at the practice I'd been relegated to for no less than an entire THIRD of a YEAR; which could easily enough have been avoided ... if she'd only responded to 2 or 3 phone calls made to her office, now three quarters of a year ago.  However, can now at least grant she's come to the most reasonable evaluative conclusion finally in attempting to remedy the situation, given her own circumstances and professional constraints, although there's nothing anyone can do to 'refund' irrefutably wasted time of rather highly 'taxed' personal resources for several months of MY life.  She's informed me that the original mis-recommendation was due to not having received complete healthcare records copy from the other practice involved, after having thoroughly reviewed their initial evaluation, and has offered further counseling which she maintains was her intention to've actually recommended from the outset--and at no further charge.  However, it only stands to reason that the other practice should reimburse such a client for such UN-'professional', disservices 'rendered' placing all discretion of payment of further services back to the client/patient's OWN accounting oversight under-which it properly, and legally belongs.  I didn't argue the fine-points with her however, given any such professional who's been at practice for over two decades can have no worldly or sane excuse for having to be so enlightened of either patient or general civil rights.  In fact she'd agreed with me at first that they should've made some good-faith offer of restitution, but made no abiding effort to assist in obtaining any.  Then waffled on the subject two weeks later, asserting that they'd determined her own service of 6 sessions should suffice as recompense for 48 sessions paid for at the facilitation of a bogus professional, that otherwise never should've been 'advised' in the first place??  Note that I was not asked what I thought of that, rather 'informed' + advised of her own satisfaction that any higher reason had carried over the wasted 120 days.  Under my circumstances I was in no position to complicate matters to still-more untold weeks' delays so much the further, given some way out of the already preposterous situation, sooner rather than too late-- if at all!  Which she apparently understood well enough, notwithstanding the 'about face', toward a glaring lack of respect for any clients' personal +civil liberties.    I went see her no more than 7 times from mid-April to mid-May, semi-weekly, for further personal advisement while she gradually worked out remediation of a number of the other practice's failures as well as her own oversights.  The official 're-assessment' resolution was implemented in writing only another month later (after 5 such appointments attendance) yet remarkably enough I haven't been voluntarily offered any fundamentally standardized practice information in print about herself or her available services either despite her further offer of actual treatment for my very real, actual health + disability issues--apparently owing to the fact that she's admittedly not invested in any such printed material of full services disclosure.  Nevertheless, at least at that point she'd assured me that her official recommendation would be only for the most appropriate/properly-effective therapy for my healthcare needs.  & though she has done as much officially, she's since failed to provide myself with documentation copy of the 're-evaluation' which was also promised as part+parcel at outset, of her direct service offer.  I've now requested my health-care records from her 2 or 3 times and have again been completely ignored, which is in direct violation of H.I.P.A.A.  What's more, she'd also apparently provided copy of her official 're-assessment' conclusion statement to a government agency without having provided myself with a consent form to sign.  Sound like the kind of professional you want to entrust your proffered 'Mental Health' "Wellness" to?  Not unless you're totally 'crazy' too! My 'professional' advisement thus cannot be other than avoid her and whatever practice she's now at, wherever it it's 'temporarily' re-located withall due haste-- if you could even get an answer on the phone to begin with?  She's not since responded to Angie's List either, as you can see at top of page, which comes as no surprise, most assuredly.
    - Barbara C.
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