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Ratings for Dr. Brian J. Maclurg

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Talented therapist and Psychiatrist/ nice guy! Joanne

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flag | Submitted June 6, 2011

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I went to Dr. MacLurg starting as a one time therapy session, and found that we fit right away. Now I have friends in therapy and just like with pediatricians, there are some you get along with and others you just flat out don't. For me he has been the former. His voice is incredibly soothing, and he is very knowledgeable. Like the pre-menopausal women pointed out, he does have his own belief system. However, he hasn't ever really brought it up or gone into detail about it or pushed it on anyone. Dr. MacLurg is a caring doctor and will establish a safe and healthy relationship with his patients. Highly recommended....Not to mention if you like dogs sometimes he brings his in on Saturdays, and she is very very well-tamed

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flag | Submitted February 13, 2011

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Great therapist, compassionate, knowledgable and concerned. Like talking with a friend whose advice guides you to a better place. Joan in Seattle

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flag | Submitted January 7, 2011

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Unsual Older P Doc - Most P-docs just push meds and don't do much counseling anymore. Jason (he goes by his middle name) is the author of a book on near death experiences. http://www.iands.org/conferences/2004_conference_presentations/ "As a teenager, a series of untimely deaths caused "Brian" (as he was then known) to drop out of college, travel the world, and assume his middle name, Jason. Only later did he learn that "Jason" means "healer." I saw him briefly for perimenopausal symptoms and concerns about a gyn surgery but he was frankly confrontational and discredited my concerns. It would be nice to imagine that hot flashes are some sort of spiritual gift but I spoke to my GYN and we used low dose HRT (which I didn't want to take) solved the sleep problems, fatigue, irritability, brain fog in a few days without months of talking. I ended up seeing a social worker to deal with the fears surrounding the surgery and am fine now.

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flag | Submitted September 12, 2010

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  • University Of Washington School Of Medicine (Grad. 1983)

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