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07/05/2017
By: Michelle F.
Angie Mooneyham LMFT
Terrible!! She sleeps with other people's husband's!! She ruins marriages. Do not go to her!!! She slept with not only my husband but an acquaintance of mine's husband as well! She says it's okay to do so since we were not her clients!!!
04/06/2017
By: B C.
Shive Ellie K LCMFT LCAC
Elle was a great help to my wife and I years ago... and to me when my wife passed. She has a caring way about her, but she also knows when to be tough on you and has NO problem telling you (in a more professional manner) that you are full of BS. Now I'm sure some people don't like a counselor being so direct and would rather have their hand held while someone says... "there, there.... it's going to be okay....." but the reality is life is hard and sometimes we just have to do the work. For myself, I appreciate the "no nonsense" approach and value her insights.
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07/17/2016
By: Lisa T.
Affiliated Family Counselors
love this place i go for depression medication and therpy, i gott a suprize bill but called and the receptionist explained it was a error and i didnt have a balance. nice helpful staff that listens
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04/16/2016
By: Mara P.
Shive Ellie K LCMFT LCAC
I do not recommend this therapist. Not very compassionate and was not helpful in assisting in finding another therapist for my daughter. I think she might have difficulties in forming rapport with younger clients and might be best equipped assisting patients over the age of 30.
04/01/2016
By: Maeghan S.
Affiliated Family Counselors
Surprised us with a $1,000 bill we can not afford after we had previously explained we were short on funds.
12/30/2014
By: Ima T.
Arrowhead West Central Division
Stopped in alley to rearrange Christmas presents in truck bed; guy comes out; I say 'hi', he turns and goes back in. No response. Gal comes out; I say 'hi'; she turns and goes back in. No response. I figure; ok, some dumpy shop in old shopping center. BFD. Gal comes back out; wants to know what I am doing; I'm moving some gifts around. She tells me I am trespassing and need to leave. Uh, ok. Um; post some "NO TRESPASSING" signs, or some "PRIVATE PROPERTY" signs. Leaving, I notice it is a charity. Yah, good luck with the 'charity'; especially during the Christmas season.Well; that is my exposure to "Arrowhead".I'm going to say it 1) looks like a dump out front, and the back looks like part of the dog pound which used to be about 50' to the rear of the current location. 2) Alcoholics Anonymous is about 100' away. Maybe the folk that work there were being friendly, or considering of others. #not. 3) oh hai, this is private property. PUT UP A SIGN, MMMMKAY?There are dozens of similar charities in Wichita; many of which are based in Wichita as compared to Dodge City. Nothing against Dodge; but keeping the $$$ local is money kept local. Yes.Please, thank you, how are you, ... all these nice ways to communicate. 100% missing. From a charity. That works with autistics.Fail.
08/25/2014
By: J B.
Therapeutic Specialists
I am a patient of Therapeutic Specialists and would highly recommend them to anyone after the help they've given me in coping with a long term illness. They're good at what they do.
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04/10/2013
By: april.teeters
Counseling & Mediation Center
They were kind and courteous, and reasonably priced. I greatly appreciated their services.
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