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A patient who verified they visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on October 28th, 2016
I thought he was great. My son really was able to connect with him and that is important. He took his time and listened. I'm relieved to have finally found my son a Doctor he is comfortable with and Mom as well .
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Self-verified patient of Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on July 6th, 2016
Dr Lahey is treating my son for ADHD, depression and anxiety. We have been trying to contact him for a week with no response. My son's meds will run out in 2days and we are needing an appointment and prescriptions. The receptionist is helping us contact him but she isn't having any luck either. I don't understand why he isn't responding and feel he is being negligent to this patient. He only communicates through text messaging. We will be looking for a new doctor.
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A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on May 12th, 2016
I worked with Dr. Lahey in a school based setting 5 years ago and I highly recommend him. He is brilliant with medication and tries to put children on the lowest therapeutic amount. It may take a couple months to get the amount right. While some above have experienced him as rude, it is not really who he is. He is passionate about helping but nay not always come across like a therapist. He would ask me to occasionally attend a session if I was seeing the family for therapy. He really wants what is best for his patients. I have known him to go the extra mile with patients. He may not be the right fit for everyone, but has so much to offer.
Wonderful, caring Doctor
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on May 8th, 2016
My son suffered a traumatic brain injury and stroke. When we went to Dr. Lahey he was on 5 different medications and was having multiple side effects from each of them. Dr. Lahey worked with us to get him off of all of them and took the time to find out what he really needed. My son is 6 months into recovery from his injury and is doing so much better. I believe a large part of that is because of Dr. Lahey's dedication to help him get on the correct med. Previous doctors treated the symptoms by throwing meds at us, but Dr. Lahey looked at the big picture treated him with one medication. He really talked to me and my son and listened to what we had to say. Dr. Lahey explained things to me and answered my questions. I would recommend him to anyone who was looking for a child psychiatrist who is invested in their patients.
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on April 18th, 2016
Dr. Lahey is an outstanding listener and does not have the same game plan for his patients. I found him to be very understanding and extremely helpful, he is a class act.
A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on April 16th, 2016
This man loves to hear himself talk. You walk into his office and it's wall to wall degrees and accomplishments. "Look what I can do. I'm smart" and that's the attitude he has the entire appointment. (Mine was an hour and a half.) He is condescending, he zeroes in on the one thing that bothers you or may get to you the most and then hacks at you about it so he can "make you realize" and "set you straight." I see a therapist pretty regularly, this was an appointment to diagnose a need for medication, my therapist can dictate my coping abilities. (Which if he had read my referral letter he would have realized were excellent.) Not once we did we actually discuss medications and what they would do to me, how they would affect me. Not once did we go into the real symptoms of my mental illness. Instead it was a long session of him talking AT me about who I was (first appointment) and all this. He asks if I've ever taken a certain medication and then writes the script and proceeds to send me on my way. No details. And as he goes to shut his door "you really are incredible. You're just holding yourself back." Nightmare.
Exceptional psychician and person
Self-verified patient of Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on April 14th, 2016
I refer Dr. Brian Lahey to any of my friends who are experiencing any kinds of struggles .. He completely allowed me to identify the problem I was having with my sense of self and the transition that I was subconsciously pursuing, although part of my subconscious was protesting. Which explains why I though I was losing my mind. I will warn you that he won't strike you as the ordinary, run of the mill business man, because his mannerisms are the furthest thing from it. But he brings you into his office, you all sit down, he picks apart your mind and tells you what's happening to it. Best experience of my life with any psychiatrist by far .. He knows what to look for and he knows how to find it and once he finds it, he'll help you view your mind and your life for what it is.
A review by a patient that verified they have visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on March 14th, 2016
I will not refer him as a doctor because I do not think he deserves the title. Just as the 1st person wrote, he is condescending, rude, accusatory, and arrogant. I have never met such a rude person. Instead of helping my daughter, he set her back months of therapy. DO NOT GO TO THIS QUACK! (I couldnt add this post without adding a star, if I could minus I would.)
Self-verified patient of Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on November 4th, 2015
Dr. Lahey was condescending, rude, accusatory, and arrogant. You can't make parents defensive and expect to partner with them at the same time. I will never return to him or this office.
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on September 3rd, 2013
A patient who verified they visited Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on June 18th, 2013
I agree with the other review - Dr. Lahey does appear be lost 99% of the time. Very rude and lacking empathy. I would give no stars if possible. Empathy is crucial for any doctor, especially for a psychiatrist. Front desk staff is discourteous as well.
mother of patient
Self-verified patient of Dr. Brian P Lahey - Posted on June 7th, 2013
Doctor Brian Lahey needs more schooling on how to deal with patients with empathy. He is rude and doesn't have files in order when you have appts. with him. He seems lost.
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