I felt more frustrated on my way out than when I went in. McBee cut me off several times in order to go on a tangent (ex: I mentioned my sister works in a restaurant and she felt the need to talk about how she's been to that restaurant once several states over because it's a chain, nevermind that the restaurant was in no way relevant to therapy) and often wouldn't let me finish a sentence before cutting me off to make an assumption (ex: mentioned I had gotten a full psych test due to attention problems and she had to tell me how she disliked people who self-diagnose and how often she gets those and why I almost certainly don't have adhd, even though she had not yet had the chance to really talk to me, and even though that's not even why I was speaking to her; I had already seen someone about that). I felt like I wasn't being listened to. Previously, when I visited another therapist, we managed to talk about more of my family history and goals for therapy in thirty minutes than I did in an hour with McBee and McBee didn't even ask what my goals were or the problems I really wanted to work through before deciding exactly what kind of treatment plan to use.
Posted: 10/07/2017 • Link to this review
Dr. McBee helped me to feel comfortable from the first time that I met her even though I had never been a psychologist before and was very nervous. She is both professional and down-to-earth. She really helped me a lot in dealing with all the stress I was going through at the time. Later, my 15-year-old neice also saw Dr. McBee for help with her anxiety and afterwards found it easier to face her fears of beginning college and talking to strangers. I recommend her very highly for adults and adolescents dealing with life and emotional problems.
Posted: 5/28/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
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