Best 30 Mental Health Specialists in Louisville, KY with Reviews -
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By: Sarah S.
Dr. Vitalkumar N Shah, MD
Dr Shah is the worst person and doctor. He is very uncaring and inappropriate with other employees.He needs to be fired. Absolutely horrible!
By: Megan S.
Head, Karen, MD
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By: Samantha R.
Access Behavioral Health Inc
I am highly upset with this place. After seeing them a few times and them taking me off work they dont return phone calls made to them by my short term disability to confirm they took me off work. Now i have been fired from my job. I was trying to get help and they ended up screwing me over.
By: Michael B.
Jennifer Cebe Psyd
Be very, very careful with Jennifer Cebe. She appears to be friendly, concerned for the family, but very much biased. She has been known to rip children from their parents in loving homes and placing them in extremely dangerous environments. Please, do not use her. If the courts require it, beg to find someone else!! RUN from her. My children have been in 6 different schools, homeless, abused by the other parent's lovers, involved in drug deals and other criminal acts, and I no longer have any contact with my children thanks to Cebe's unprofessional and biased report, which gave no reason for my loss of custody. DO NOT USE THIS WOMAN!!!
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By: Kari D.
Access Behavioral Health Inc
I love my therapist, but the office has policies that are not in the best interest of the patient. My therapist was okay with me seeing her as needed, but the office policy states once every three months. Why is anyone besides my therapist making decisions about my care?
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By: Tayler O.
Louisville Behavioral Health Systems
I had an appointment with Ms. Denzik, APRN as a new patient to have my medications managed by someone other than my PCP for my major depressive disorder and postpartum depression. I had to wait for 45 minutes past my appointment time to be seen. Once I met with Cheryl Denzik APRN, she belittled my other doctors, was condescending, and rushed me out after putting me on a medication that I was on previously. I called back after a week because my medication caused my depression to worsen. It took her 3 days to respond to me although I called frequently and spoke to numerous administrative employees and her nursing assistant only to get a call back from her assistant saying that my chart was on her desk with a note saying to "check into The Brook or Baptist inpatient" without trying to talk to me about adjusting the medications. Also, she implied I wouldn't be able to afford medications although I have private insurance and the means to buy my prescriptions. She is in the wrong profession.
By: Sara M.
Access Behavioral Health Inc
I took my daughter to see Dr. Mancini for almost a year. I saw no results. We frequently waited in the office for more than 30 min and she rarely talked to my daughter for more than 20 min even though my insurance was billed for an hour. We would have to schedule appointments months in advance to get them at a time when she wouldn't have to miss school. Dr. Mancini only spoke with me twice - the first visit and one other time at my request. I was forced to cancel the last appointment we had because of a school event that was rescheduled at the last minute. I called 23 1/2 hours before the appointment and was charged $35 for not giving 24 hours notice. We are now seeing a different counselor and it is going wonderful.
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By: Lynn H.
Access Behavioral Health Inc
I had a bad experience at this office. I made an appointment with Ron Dobbs for my son. I had to wait over a month to get in for the appointment. We could not get a follow up appointment before another month's time. I took off work to take my son to his second appt. When we got to the office and signed in- they informed us that Ron Dobbs would not be coming to work that day and he cancelled the appointment! Not only that- we couldn't get rescheduled before another 30 days. I would not recommend this place.
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By: Tom W.
Parker Mary
Mary Parker is the perfect psychiatrist to hearyour problem and get you on a recovery program. She is second to none.Thomas S. Watson, a member of the KentuckyJournalism Hall of Fame, 35-year veteran of the Associated Press.
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By: Sam M.
Access Behavioral Health Inc
The therapists are great. But the business office is horrible. They forget to log appointments into the computer so when you show up, you find that you wasted your time. They also hang up on you frequently. The business side of it is incompetent.
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Psychiatrists and psychologists sometimes collaborate, and this typically takes place when working with patients who have serious mental health problems. In cases like this, a psychologist will treat the patient from a behavioral perspective. A psychiatrist will complement this treatment with care that handles issues concerning biology, neurology, and the prescription of drugs.
Many psychiatrists specialize in treating certain conditions. Some psychiatrists focus on substance abuse therapy, and this is the treatment of addiction to substances like alcohol, narcotics, and tobacco. Others specialize in biological psychiatry, which is the treatment of brain chemistry disorders like depression and schizophrenia. Psychiatrists might also specialize in treating elderly patients or children and adolescents.

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