Ratings for Dr. Gholam-Abbas Azadian
Life unfolds as a sequence of fulcrum points that, more often than not, go by without notice regardless of any resultant delectation or desperation. Truly formative experiences are a particular exception to inadvertent complacency; these moments afford salient connection between event and consequence. Having an opportunity to be under the care and guidance of Dr. Azadian has been, without hyperbole, a singular event that will contextualise the rest of my life. Working with Dr. Azadian has afforded me the first glimpses of humanity, sustainable connection, and confidence in pursuing goals. He is genuinely invested in you, your treatment, and your quality of life. His inordinate medical knowledge and evidence-based approach affords you notable dexterity in the pursuit of self betterment. Dr. Azadian is the platonic ideal of a mental health practitioner, anyone seeking help would exuberantly thrive under his care.
He must have his license/degree taken away! He will cause further harm if he continues. He doesn't take time to fully evaluate a patients state/condition. He literally has anger management problems and is impatient! He's there for the money not to actually help people recover and get back to their lives. No manners and no morals what so ever. I hope he pays for the lives he has ruined.
Dr. Azadian is a horrible so-called "MD." He has no compassion or sympathy for his patients and was *extremely* rude towards me and my significant other. He made prescribing errors and prescribed too high a dose of an antidepressant, causing SEVERE side effects that forced discontinuation.
He's a very bad doctor. Every time I went to see him he asked me how my mom was doing then but he shouldn't have cause those were my appointments and not hers, if she has a health problem that he can help her with it then she should go and see him herself. My deppression worsened when I was his patient.
If you've depression and are struggling in school and have a hard time getting along with your parents I wouldn't this doctor. He might appear that he likes you but he actually doesn't. That's what happened to me. I was his patient and after a year of seeing him I realized that he was faking it when he was being nice to me. It's hard to explain here. After a year I found out that he didn't care about me at all and that he only cared about my parents in my case specially my mom. He almost hit me once, what kind of psychiatrist would think of hitting their patient? Maybe I should let the police know about this.
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