Ratings for Dr. Frank Gunzburg
We went through Dr. G's book in Jan and managed to turn our marriage around in a good way. Then recently we had probs again. This time we went to see DrG and were glad we did. He was expensive but well worth it considering how quickly we made better parts of us we never thought would change. We didn't see staff, but did 5, anyway, cause we agree he's the best. BTW, we saw others so we know.
My husband and I are doing his book marriage saving from an affair and we can't be more pleased than if we were able to meet with him one on one. The books have been invaluable and the tools given are excellent. We believe as he states that our marriage will not only be repaired but be so much deeper and stronger than ever before.
I found him to be much more helpful than the last few therapists I went to. I read the review about watching the clock. I've seen him do that, but he explained it is necessary so he can manage our time better and not open something new without figuring there is enough time to handle it. He was always very pleasant, with a good sense of humor, yet respectful of my emotional pain. He was insightful. Even when he told me things I didn't want to hear, he was clearly on my side and supporting me. I can't imagine that the person who wrote that awful review actually met with Dr G. For one thing, he rated his staff as "2", and Dr G. doesn't have any staff. He rated him "4" for punctual. I met with Dr G for over a year and he was always precise with his beginning time, and sometimes ran over time if I really needed it. I wish there were more doctors as caring as he is.
He has some helpful observations, and recognizes when you evade questions, but generally he's not very well connected with me or my spouse. He's often not prepared and starts off his marriage councelling sessions saying anything to spark an argument or issue to find something to comment on. He's a clock watcher, too. You could be in mid sentence, and when 50 minutes is up, he's stopped listening to you and ready to kick you out; but not until after the next session is booked. While your spouse is using the restroom, he'll trick you to say something in confidence, then immediately start talking about it in the session when your spouse gets back since he is so desperate to think of something to say to fill up the 50 minutes. You don't need the pedigree of a PhD to get councelling. You'll do better with an experienced LCSW.
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- Coventry Health Care