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07/29/2013
By: anonamouse2
The Waynik Group
All in all not a horrible practice considering the volume of patients they see everyday. I've been a patient of this practice since childhood, and although I, at times was unhappy with, or even disagreed with a diagnosis; I remembered that all doctors only have subjectivity in these matters of mental health. That being said I still feel that I receive excellent care tailored to my wants and needs, no one has ever tried to convert my way of thinking about my mental health and that ranks high on my list. I've seen others complain about billing problems-- which I've never had the 10+ years I've been there, and they have been flexible with late fees etc. at least in my case. Because of the high patient volume you will wind up waiting for an appointment at least ten minutes past the given time, but those of us who are patient patients remain patient. I'd definitely recommend their fairfield office because the trumbull office staff is just a bunch of 20 something drama queens. I've been at pizza restaurants with 17 year olds more pleasant than the trumbull staff....
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09/04/2015
By: Geoffrey G.
Howard K. Weiner MD
Dr Weiner has been a real ally in helping me with my struggles. He is patient, thoughtful, and explains clearly the logic behind his suggestions and coaching. I have made a lot of progress in the year he has treated me.
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