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01/14/2017
By: El E.
El Escorial Hoa
Disappointing is a very polite way to describe the HOA at El Escorial in Santa Barbara. The main contact is not civil to anyone therefore, everyone is miserable.
11/15/2014
By: Elizabeth A.
Family Therapy Institute
This review is for Debbie Allen.This therapist is incredible, the best I have ever been to. My husband and I went to her for about a year for our marriage issues. She was very helpful, especially to me individually but also to our marriage. She kept us together and able to talk through things. She also helped me see myself in a whole new way, and as a result, I came to understand and love myself as I hadn't before. She is gentle, patient, kind, funny, smart, helpful, you name it. She loves feedback, does not get offended, and works with you how you want to be worked with. She's there to help and serve you, not put you through a pre-determined program. I can't say enough nice things, nor recommend her highly enough. If you are a sensitive, fragile, or misunderstood person, she is an especially good fit. If you like to say what you need and or even just that you don't like what's happening, she will listen, and help you. If you are looking for someone very militant, quick to diagnose, or brutally honest without wasting time developing trust and relationship, you might not be 100% satisfied with Debbie. However, if you asked her for more structure, emphasis on diagnosing, and tell her you don't want/need "babying," she would probably be up for that. I can't say for sure, I just know that she took every request I ever made into consideration, and adapted to fit me.If you know you need a really firm hand, and don't trust yourself to ask for it, you might be better off looking for someone who is already more geared that way.But if you, like me, need a trusting, respectful, and flexible relationship with your therapist, and a "gentler touch," she is absolutely perfect. Good luck finding a therapist!
09/17/2014
By: Patti G.
Bagshaw Nancy
My son began seeing Nancy in 6th grade. He has autism, dyslexia and significant speech and language issues. My son, now a college graduate, considers Nancy the most significant contributor to his success. When I began taking him to Nancy, my wildest dream was that he would be able to graduate high school. He made tremendous progress with his language and reading skills. Nancy inspired him and his confidence bloomed. I can't say enough good things about Nancy.
03/01/2014
By: maha.alabduljalil
Bagshaw Nancy
She seems to be helpful to some people. She has a clear and direct way of expressing suggestions which might work for some people.
10/23/2012
By: mary_olimpiati
Bagshaw Nancy
I've seen Dr.Bagshaw one time and it was my last and I from that visit I saw an embodiment to the say "Behind every smile there is a broken heart". I saw the smile on Dr.Bagshaw's face while my heart is the one broken. I took my daugther for an evaluation which has been confirmed by the pediatrician to be a minor speech delay. However, Dr.Bagshaw seems to exagerate everything! the whole meeting ended up into a new diagnosis that has been delivered to me harshly. So, unless you have a strong personality, you'll find her way of dealing with people insensitive as I did.
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