I was new to Atlanta and needed to see a psychiatrist so I found him on my insurance in-network list. First of all, he cancelled my first appointment without any notice, he just didn't show up that day and the office didn't call to let me know. Then when I actually saw him, he was cold, disinterested and flat out rude. I agree with other reviewers that he is only concerned with medication management and your money. He also neglected to tell me that the medication I was on could have negative effects on my reproductive capabilities. Thanks a lot.
Posted: 8/20/2012 • Link to this review
Everything that has been said above is true. In fact it is validating to read others' experiences and realize I was not crazy. I was eight months pregnant and experiencing depression. "Dr" Suholet was cold, condescending and mean. He kept writing furiously as I spoke and refused to tell me what it was about. It was beyond disconcerting. Who treats a heavily pregnant woman like that? I was in tears and finally walked out. It was so traumatic. I cannot believe this man is still in practice and has not been reported to whatever psychiatry board that could take away his license to practice. Do not see him at any cost.
Posted: 7/13/2009 • Last edited: 4/05/2012 • Link to this review
On the first visit, he came to the office 45 minutes late and was loud and animated. He nearly shouted about Viagra in coarse terms as if he wanted the whole building to hear him. However, at that visit, he seemed interested in helping me. On the second visit he was subdued and seemed distant, as if not paying attention. He would not look me in the eye. He seemed unable to understand compound sentences, frequently needed to have the simplest things repeated several times. I assumed he was having a bad day, and made another appointment. The third visit was worse that the second. Even though he was not seeing another patient, he had me wait 15 minutes before seeing me. During the appointment he whispered inaudibly, and seemed antagonistic toward me, as if I had insulted him, although I had made no comments about him to anyone. He was unwilling to cooperate with my prescription service.
Posted: 8/12/2008 • Last edited: 4/05/2012 • Link to this review
I was nervous about finding a psychiatrist after moving to the area. I'm a "difficult patient", in that I had already tried three antidepressants that didn't work. It was very important to me to find a caring and easygoing psychiatrist who was willing to work with me and listen to what I had to say. Dr. Suholet was the closest psychiatrist to my workplace who had a good review here, so I decided to give him a try. He is so kind and easygoing. He listened to me as I told him about my past medication experiences, asked what meds my mom had tried, and suggested where to go next. When that drug was only a partial success, he talked to me about how and when it helped, and how and when it didn't help before deciding what to try next. I'm almost due to go in for my 4 week check after adding the second medication he suggested, and for the first time in years, I am able to keep myself from spiraling into a deep depression when something "bad" happens. It seems like Dr. Suholet found a drug combination that works for me, and I am very greatful to him for it.
Posted: 6/05/2008 • Last edited: 4/05/2012 • Link to this review
Dr. Suholet is very nice. He asks good questions and tries to help you with your situation. He suggests new treatments and ideas to make sure you are getting the best treatment.
Posted: 11/13/2005 • Last edited: 4/05/2012 • Link to this review
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