Rate Dr. Manbir Singh
Dr. Manbir Singh's Ratings
Mean, arrogant, genuinely ignorant cold person, who treats you like a stupid "white folk"
Submitted Sept. 15, 2014 | flag
Dr.singh is a TERRIBLE psychiatrist do not waste your time with him he will only make you worse, he does not listen to you at all and all he wants to do is prescribe drugs so he gets paid more it shows he doesn't care about your health at all, I missed one appointment with him and he charged me $40 which I cant afford so I could not see him even if i wanted to again, avoid this guy at all costs! I was on a medication that was making me very sick and I could not get off it by my self, with out the medication I felt fine but while on I felt horrible and he wanted to keep me on that medication! WTF!
Submitted Jan. 6, 2014 | flag
I have now finished my three session evaluation. Per another Psych/MD/Occ.Therapist I am dealing with several significant depression related issues. Per Dr.Singh I am okay and just need a check up after 6 six to make sure I am still "doing okay (sic)". It has never felt like he was engaged with me or my concerns. I have waited/been pre-empted on each visit. The most disturbing thing to me is he has not even dealt with why my GP referred me in the first place. Should you become a patient of his keep your mind open and prepare to manage your own case. I am not certain yet what benefit he will be to me.
Submitted Nov. 4, 2013 | flag
he probably has a good intention but there are areas lacking. i feel like i know more about pharmacology then him. he reluctantly gave me SMALL benzos and i use most of them to see him since he makes me feel horrible about myself and puts me down. the best psychiatrist i had was one called DR Heintzman: soooooo nice!!. so ignore dr singh if he makes you feel like**** since everyone tries their best with mental health. oh yeah i also have been waiting for a diagnosis for 10 YEARS and its not right. just be careful
Submitted July 31, 2013 | flag
Unbelievably rude! He tried to pull me off my meds cold-turkey, even after seeing the scars on my arms from self-harming and knowing how much time I spent on the CAIP unit at Grand River. Afterwards, he decided to tell me that my self-harm was "attention-seeking" and that my "desire for medication" was "drug-seeking behaviour". He saw me, a suicidal person, and indirectly called me an addict because of my need to get my brain chemicals under control. This man is a lot of things, but a psychiatrist, he is not. I'm lucky I've since moved away and am no longer under his awful excuse for 'care'.
Submitted July 23, 2013 | flag
I find that Dr. Singh does not really listen to you. He is rude and always seems to be in a rush to get you out of his office. If you have concerns about the medication perscribed he tends to just blow it off, i would not reccomend him to anyone and im glad i have found someone else
Submitted Jan. 24, 2013 | flag
I saw Dr. Singh for a time a few years ago and again very recently. Both times, he was very helpful and supportive. I like that he takes the time to ask probing questions to truly understand me and get to the root of an issue. From there, he provides insights with explanations, both with and without recommending medication. Anytime he has recommended medication, he has offered options and the needed time for me to think it through. I find Dr. Singh to be a respectful and caring doctor and would recommend him.
Submitted Jan. 17, 2013 | flag
Doctor was very Unhelpful... we have to look for someone else that will actually communicate and someone that cares to hear what you say.
Submitted Aug. 23, 2012 | flag
I have been seeing Dr. Singh for about 10 months and in that time I have been on at least 5 different medications. I am very sensitive when it comes to meds, and it took him until two days ago to figure that out. He put me on Lithium and decided to see me in 3 weeks. It got so bad that I could barely move and when I called, he said that I would have to wait until after the weekend to see him, despite the fact that I called early on a Thursday morning. He doesn't listen very well and often harps on the occasional good days I have saying that I need to have more fun. Well I would love to have more fun if only I didn't have crippling social anxiety and depression that is so severe I can barely get out of bed.
Submitted May 4, 2011 | flag
Imagine, instead of a proper psycho analysis, you are essentially told that the cause of your problem is your problem, and the way to solve your problem is to do exactly what your problem is not letting you do. Imagine a Dr making you wait through your appointment for another patient, then rushing you out without giving you your session. Apparently my problems aren't worth more than two minutes of his PAID time, at a shocking once a month. No insight, no help, a complete disappointment. I've given myself better analysis'.
Submitted Oct. 1, 2010 | flag
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