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01/19/2017
By: Craig B.
McQuesten, Garret L
pretty cool, easy to talk to, his office is fairly accessible by bus and I dont really know much of what else to say, have to make 100 characters
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11/03/2015
By: Joseph P.
Peterson, Mary E, MD
OK practice but horrible billing practices. Be careful! I was billed for a visit when I was out of state and payments made while in the office were not applied.
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08/03/2015
By: Mark R.
Northwest Neurobehavioral Institute
After having to argue my way out of paying $285 twice because my daughter got passed to another doctor to re do the same procedure, our most recent experience is I was charged a $140 late cancellation fee on my credit card with no call and no explanation on my receipt. Though they have a cancellation policy clearly posted (so do most clinics but in 51 years I have never before had one charge it. We are all human. of all people, these doctors should know that. They gave zero recognition that my daughter called to cancel the morning of her appointment after she got called to work (she is going to work and college at the same time mind you). This clinic is too hungry for the short term dollar to not do the right in my opinion and we will not be returning.
04/11/2015
By: Juli S.
Jo Schafer, MA
Run away fast from this unprofessional, low level counseling office. If I could give less than one star, I would. My child and I unfortunately came to Center for Family Dev to work on strengthening our relationship. The mother had alienated us from each other but this office was incompetent and not equipped to address the issues. They made it worse. We stopped going and found a different counselor who was very well respected and professional. By the time he saw us, the damage had been so severe, he couldn't reverse it. However, his report contradicted the novice report by CFD. Going to Center for Fam Dev tipped the scales and as a result, I have not seen, heard from or had a relationship with my child for over two years. Thank you CFD for damaging yet another innocent child!
10/19/2014
By: Jodi H.
Marybeth Markham, MA, LMHCA
This has been one of the best life choices I have ever made. I cannot express how much I have overcome in the last two months. The support I have received has been overwhelming! Thank You So Much!!!
02/27/2014
By: realityboat
Carol Thomas & Associates
Carol is so wonderful with the whole family...I truly trust her judgement. She's not just another state worker who doesn't give a sh*% about the real people. Thank you for helping my children Carol.
07/24/2013
By: amanda.sackett3
Marybeth Markham, MA, LMHCA
I've had bad experiences in the past with mental health counselors so I was very weary of going to see Marybeth. However, I had no reason to be. She is absolutely wonderful! She listens, gives great advice, and explains things very well. She truly cares and doesn't just do her job for a paycheck. She really wants to help and doesn't make you feel like you are broken, or like there is something wrong with you.
07/10/2013
By: profsinister
Marybeth Markham, MA, LMHCA
Marybeth Markham is a wonderful counselor. Her sliding pay scale and her ability to work online via Skype or Facecam is wonderful as it allows me for flexibility being a parent and college student. I always feel like I can call on her any time, and she makes it easy for me to do so, even outside of the appointment. I also feel like I can talk to her easily, something that's not easy for me to do, but with her I felt comfortable enough to do so fairly quickly. I will, and have, recommended her to friends in need of her services!
07/09/2013
By: dnygyrrl
Marybeth Markham, MA, LMHCA
Marybeth does an amazing job with my children and is always willing to squeeze you in if a crisis pops up. After going through several therapists I finally found one that "gets" the situations at hand. Highly recommended!
10/30/2012
By: aspen.q.care
Lighthouse Care Management
Nancy at Lighthouse Care Management is one of the greatest sources for help with any aspect of Elder Care Management. Nancy will take you from beginning to end, in the process of placing your loved one in the best facility for their needs. Nancy will do the leg-work for you and getting all the ducks in a row for a smooth transition. Nancy loves what she does, and it shines through in the quality of her work and her results!
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