Dr. Lee J. Suckno Reviews
Dr. Lee J. Suckno
Rockaway, New Jersey
|Practice:||Suckno Lee J MD|
St. Clare's Hosp-Denville
|Med. School:||Umdnj-New Jersey Med Sch, Newark Nj 07103|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
Above profile data last updated: 10/20/13
Dr. Lee J. Suckno has a poor 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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||10/20/13||SYSTEM: First Name changed from "Lee" to "Lee J."|
||9/26/13||3||4||5||5||I have been seeing Dr Suckno for just over ten years. I personally tend to feel pills are the way to go and the good Dr. has a deep and up-to-date understanding of the chemicals and their effects. He's been on point with everything he's prescribed and continues to help me refine and adjust dosages as needed. If you're looking to be coddled and/or have bad behavior validated he may not be the doctor for you- your mental health is your job not his. Keep in mind that Doctors work for you and you should treat your initial visit as an audition, an interview. If you feel ill at ease or that you're being railroaded or unfairly judged or labeled get a second or third opinion, try other doctors.||Respond|
In 25 years of life, wost doc ever. Forced on prozac even after a depressive state i havent felt in 7 years, cut myself, told i was supposed to stay on the meds after letting him know. Disregarded what he said and took 'myself' off the meds, and better off without. I still get depressed from time to time, but i believe if i listened to him, i would not be here today. I graduated finally with a bachelor in psych (working on my masters) and looking back, he does not deserve his position.
Paid (or co-pay): $250
||10/25/09||2||4||1||3||We had a negative experience with Dr Lee Suckno when our school used him for a Psychiatric Evaluation of our daughter against our wishes when an inexperienced teacher went on a mental fishing expedition with our child. Dr. Suckno included certain statements that our child made in his report and omitted others that modified the earlier statement, giving a false, negative impression. His incorrect, incomplete and unbalanced portrayal of our child caused needless problems for our family. This greatly hurt our family and prejudiced the School against our child, totally on a false diagnosis. Two weeks after Dr. Suckno saw her, we brought her to see a Child Psychologist for a Second Opinion. Here's the rub: That Child Psychologist completely disagreed with Suckno's estimation of our child. This man should NOT be doing School evaluations.||Respond|