Rate Dr. Linda L. Williams

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Dr. Linda L. Williams's Ratings

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This is a wonderful, kind doctor. I took my adopted daughter to her for behavior and mood issues. She gave her some medications, but also helped us with nutrition, vitamins, and things we could do besides medicine. I would recommend her.

Submitted Sept. 5, 2014 | flag

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This is a kind, compassionate doctor who is highly respected. I was referred by two different doctors on the other side of Seattle. She is warm and knowledgable I had such anxiety I had a hard time leaving the house. She helped me immensely. I have a chronic illness that makes things very difficult for me. I felt understood from the very first meeting.

Submitted Oct. 30, 2013 | flag

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Great doctor. Trust her completely. Kind of a far drive for me.

Submitted July 12, 2013 | flag

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I have been seeing Dr. Williams for 10 years now. I started seeing her in Edmonds and then followed her to Woodinville. I have had a number of medical problems including cancer and did not initially want to see a psychiatrist but have found her to be exceptionally knowledgable even more so than my other doctors at times about all areas of medicine. She also has refered me to some great doctors. She will be honest with you even when it is difficult and thinks outside the box. It is far for me to travel but I think she is an incredible doctor. Thanks Dr. Williams!

Submitted July 10, 2013 | flag

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Dr. Williams has been very kind and exceptionally helpful. She has been seeing my daughter for 8 years for ADHD and oppositional behavior. She has been a blessing to my family. She knows just how to talk to a teenager. My husband and I are very grateful. Her office manager is on top of everything. I highly recommend her.

Submitted June 22, 2013 | flag

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Dr. Williams is the most knowledgable, kind and highly trained physicians I have known. I have had Lyme disease for at least 20 years with the multiple cognitive and emotional symptoms that go with it. I was blessed when I found Dr. Williams. She gave me hope. She knows more about Lyme disease that anyone else in this state. She has helped me with seizures, depression, a myriad of cognitive problems and pain. I honestly don't know what I would do without her. She is a caring skilled physician and a good person. It is a bit of a drive for me but worth it for the help.

Submitted June 19, 2013 | flag

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I have the highest respect for Dr. Williams and feel so lucky to have found her. Dr. Williams is knowledgable and up to date not only in Psychiatry but in fields of medicine that have psychiatric consequences. She ran hormone tests and allergy panels that no other doctor had thought to investigate. She is an excellent diagnostician. Thanks to her I am feeling better than I have in years. Highly recommended.

Submitted May 9, 2013 | flag

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Is a psychiatrist who also treats lyme, as she has lyme herself. Saw her just a few times for lyme. She forgot what we had discussed from meeting to meeting. I was told when I made first appointment that she does treat lyme and does use long term antibiotics when appropriate. At our first meeting we discussed how we would do this, using another more knowledgeable lyme doc in a consulting role. Next meeting was odd, in that she acted like that had never happened, that I was not there for lyme, and that she does not treat lyme. When I questioned her about this, and told her I was confused and concerned, she was vague and wrote in her notes that I had an emotional problem. I was being labelled as having a problem rather than her talking honestly with me about what had happened for her to change her mind about treating me for lyme. I stopped seeing her, asked for my money back since she was not willing to treat lyme after telling me she would. She refused a refund.

Submitted April 17, 2013 | flag



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