Dr. Walter Anderson Reviews
Dr. Walter Anderson
|Practice:||Walter F. Anderson, M.D.,P.C.|
|Med. School:||Emory Univ Sch Of Med, Atlanta Ga 30322|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
Above profile data last updated: 8/20/13
Dr. Walter Anderson has an excellent overall rating on RateMDs.com.
Psychiatrist-related: mental illness, depression, schizophrenia, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, substance abuse disorders, depression medication, pharmacological treatment, prescription drugs
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||4/26/13||5||5||5||5||Dr Anderson represents the ideal model for a psychiatrist. He is caring & professional. His ability to unearth thoughts you do not realize are controlling you is amazing. He can recognize & diagnose a physical illness causing symptoms which may appear to be mental illness but are not, such as diabetes causing exhaustion & not depression causing lethargy. Therapy is a struggle & Dr Anderson can aid your growth.||Respond|
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||9/21/10||5||5||5||5||Walter is, as is vital in psychiatrists and any others in the mental/emotional fields, kind and readily accessible; he is wise enough to keep his practice on the small side. His specialty is medicine, at which he is the best of all I've seen - I used to work with public mental health pyschiatrists, to whom I would recomment perhaps a pit bull terrier with anger management problems. Walther I have recommended to people I love. I do wish he was more of a talk therapist as well, but it's my guess that, while his view of his patients is loving, he isn't disposed to taint it with whiny problems so often brought by the walking well. He does work for a public facility as well, a day a week I think, for which he is to be lauded from all sides. No reservations regarding recommending him to those dearest to me who need or prefer medication only - even though I might know they need a few months of decent talk therapy before resorting to meds.||Respond|
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