Ratings for Dr. Robert Zalan
this man only looks for dirt on his patients. Is a negative person... if you do not share the same vision of having a relapse or decompensation you will not get along with him. This man is the epitomy of a doctor with his own agenda working against your interests in the point of progressing his career and leading to keeping the system working through another decompensations, relapse, or sick patient. This man is the type of doctor who wants you to fail in life in order to keep the psychiatric system financed. This man doesnt care about his patients wellbeing and well doing, only his interests in seeing his vision succeed. IF I COULD GIVE HIM A NEGATIVE IN HELPFULLNESS I REALLY WOULD.
What is the best practise from the above is recommending seeking and finding a suitable faith based group!! and trying to stick with such. At a faith based group a recommendation was made of the book 'The Road Less Travelled, by late psychiatrist M. Scott Peck. Encapsulation: Best have a optimistic mindset/outlook, and, if one does not, one best *steadily *endeavour to develop an optimistic mindset/outlook. The 'business' of psychiatry best be forgotten!!
Looks down on patients. He did a rude write up on me without ever asking me much about myself. Never felt very welcoming or plesant. I once waited in the waiting room for 20 mins and was forgotten about (I couldn't ask the secretatry because of my anxiety)
In March 2009 RZ MD opined somebody had a proclivity bordering on addiction to selfpleasure as it consumed some five hours per week or more of focus. Rather than ask the patient whether they wanted to have another appointment, he prematurely booked one. The totally uncalled for appointment was cancelled in a duly proper way, however a mailing for some $65.-- charge for missed appointment arrived at somebody's private residence nevertheless. Inquiring with RZ MD, he left a message saying on somebody's answering machine, "Sorry for the Ah miscommunication". As fate unfolded somebody became a patient of RZ MD in 2013 who then opined, essentially, selfpleasure in private as much as one ever wanted, in marked contrast to his 2009 opinion. Somebody as an inpatient was asked, paraphrasing, 'Are you looking after your Ah hygiene?' Curb coercive psych, now! Curb coercive psych, now!
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