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Submitted April 10, 2013 | flag
Dr. Wakeman is gifted as a Christian Psychiatrist with intuition and understanding. He has enough experience that he knows when things are in a dire straight and when to be cautious. He has keys in the Spirit to unlock doors of bondage.
Submitted July 24, 2012 | flag
Dr. Wakeman saw my ex common-law spouse and I. He was regularly assaulting me sexually and psychologically, and after we broke up I learned that he had raped other women while we were together, and seeing Dr. Wakeman. Wakeman failed to pick up on anything, and diagnosed ME with borderline personality disorder (common among ABUSED WOMEN) and sent me to another doc who put me on horrible pills (many different ones at once) that I to this day (nearly 10 years has passed) am struggling to get off of - I am finally off Effexor (antidepressant) as of 2 months ago, and I am still on Seroquel (antipsychotic marketed as antidepressant "add-on"). These are mind-numbing drugs and when I look back, I see how they numbed me to the point of accepting horrible treatment from my ex, as well as other men. Dr. Wakeman had quite the impact on my life. I recommend him if you're an abusive man that would like an excuse for his bad behaviour - chances are he'll say it's your family.
Submitted June 23, 2012 | flag
I only saw Dr. Wakeman once, so my review is limited to a very brief encounter. His bedside manner was warm. He briefly talked about himself and his own life struggles in our first encounter. I'm not quite sure whether it was an attempt to get me to open up or just to feel more normal. In any case, I appreciate that he wasn't reserved and aloof, but showed his humanity and tried to connect on some level in our brief meeting together. His job cannot be easy. He wasn't rude or arrogant or mean. He seemed to be very confident about his job.
Submitted Dec. 30, 2011 | flag
Dr.Wakeman has changed my life.I'm amazed that he cares so much.I feel comfortable talking to Dr.Wakeman and like his approach of for treatment to helping me.Not only does Dr.Wakeman listen, he cares with all his heart.It's so hard to find a psyciatrist now adays especially one one listens and knows about medication.Dr.W knows his psyciatric medicine very well and also medicine in general.I am so grateful that I have Dr.W as a doctor I couldn't find anyone better.It helps that we both have the same approach in my treatment and we work together.He goes out of his way.Dr.Wakeman thank you for your knowledge,caring,time,patience and for the wonderful Doctor you are.I will be forever grateful for having you as a doctor.Thank you!
Submitted March 24, 2011 | flag
I feel safe with Dr.Wakeman. That's a huge thing to say about anyone. So attentive, caring, available, and empathetic.
Submitted Feb. 24, 2011 | flag
We met Stewart Wakeman when our son was first admitted to the Selkirk Mental Health facility in April 1996. All I can say is that this wonderful doctor 'saved' us when we were struggling to cope with acute paranoid schizophrenia. To this day I don't know how we would have survived the ordeal if not for Dr. Wakeman's knowledge, patience and compassion. Years later, after not seeing Dr. Wakeman for many years, our son died. Not only did he attend the funeral, he also addressed those in attendance and spoke so kindly of our son and of the time that they spent together!! It meant so much to our family that Dr. Wakeman shared our sorrow that day. I will always have a special spot in my heart for this remarkable doctor.
Submitted Oct. 16, 2010 | flag
Dr. Wakeman is the 5th psychiatrist I've seen and the only one I've ever felt respected by. He thoroughly weighted through my medical and personal history before settling on a proper diagnosis. He is really helpful in developing a treatment plan, etc, as well. Very wise, kind, and a good listener.
Submitted May 27, 2010 | flag
Dr. Wakeman seemed intelligent, articulate, insightful, interested, and he recommended various books, both for me and my family. He asked many questions in order to understand my situation and attempt a careful diagnosis; which cannot be easy to do in an hour. He never yelled or acted insensitive. He seemed engaged and in tune to my emotions. I think he cared & tried to help, which gave me hope. Prior to our appointment, I had heard that he's a good doctor from other doctors which inspired some trust and faith in him. He also cares about ethics. It cannot be easy to have someone off-load their sensitive and highly charged emotions, but I guess that is what he gets paid to do. It takes a special gift to help someone navigate through emotional trauma day in and day out. I'm glad that I had an hour of his time. He's human - caring and engaging - which makes him a better doctor than someone who remains reserved and aloof.
Submitted May 18, 2010 | flag
I feel very very lucky to be a patient of Dr. Wakeman. He is thorough, kind, listens with compassion and care for me and has been highly instrumental in helping me live with anxiety and depression!
Submitted March 12, 2010 | flag
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