Dr. Philip Wolfson MDNegative Experience
A horrible experience here. Dr. Philip Wolfson offers many items on his page:
-Psychiatry for individuals, couples, and families
-Transformative dynamic psychotherapy
-Psychopharmacology (not only psychiatry but also the combination of psychology and psychotherapy)
-Briefs and problem-solving therapies
-The alternative States and Spiritual Emergencies
Individual grief and illness support
Access to quality care for complex medical and psychiatric issues
Substance abuse, dependence, and addiction
I came to him with hopes of his knowledge on all these subjects.
I also felt a lot of trust in his belief systems because I was able to read his article about the mourning of his child together with his family.
He was the reason I found him through that article.
He failed to show compassion or connection with me and ended my family relationship.
My life was stable before meeting with him. I wanted to meet him and get back on track to better health work and succeed at school.
Now, I’m trying to fix a relationship that will never be fixed, struggling to stay on the streets and in housing, toiling for food due to lack of funds and access to a cook, and finally, suffering from depression because of a poor diet and overwhelming anxiety due to the lack of emotional and physical support.
After seeing him, I realized that he wasn’t in it for the scratch.
After seeing him, I felt that he was trying to diagnose and treat me.
I felt that he just wanted to find the proper medication to make me happy.
He didn’t want to work on the problem. He said so in my family session.
He didn’t seem to want to share any of my past with me. Instead, he tried to find out the root cause of my problems.
I felt that he had utterly destroyed my parents’ trust in me, which has led to many other life problems and contributed to my current depression.
Also, I was given a dual diagnosis. I didn’t hear it as he said it to my parents.
To this day, it remains a mystery to me as my parents don’t know the exact meaning.
They only know that I have one from my father.
I have yet to be able to contact him to find out what it is.
After dealing with this situation, I have finally found a psychotherapist and psychiatrist willing to talk with me, listen to my story, and find the root cause of my problems.
He is not just going to insult me or make me complain.