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Posted on January 15th, 2016
Dr. Delapp was majorly depressed after his wife left him. He was abusing alcohol and prescription drugs to numb his pain. Eventually it took a toll on his body and he did not wake up one morning. He was a good man. A great human being. Intelligent, generous, compassionate, caring and kind. Sometimes the pain can be overwhelming and his was. He will be missed dearly by all who knew him. May God rest his sou.
Posted on July 30th, 2015
Recently Dr. DeLapp stopped practicing at NRV Community services. I would like some insight into why. Then I read his obituary in the paper today. I would also like some insight into what happened. If anyone has any information please leave a comment.
Posted on June 9th, 2015
Dr. Delapp has such a big, kind heart and is the most caring empathetic psychiatrist. He has helped make my life so much more enjoyable and really knows his pharmacology.
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Posted on February 9th, 2015
Having seen analysts since I was 12, after a childhood trauma, I have learned to be selective in finding an analyst that is competent, caring, and engaged - actively aggressive in tailoring care to the patient. Dr. Delapp is exceptional. He adapts his mannerisms and vocabulary as well as approach to best communicate with the patient and builds an excellent rapport, as an extension of his care for the patient. His goal is to best serve the patient. He does not watch the clock. He guides the conversation toward an actionable plan for improvement or understanding. He actually listens and bases his response on what you have said, as opposed to those many doctors who pretend to listen but in actuality just refrain from speaking long enough for you to stop talking, so that they may say what they were going to in the first place. An excellent choice for those who need a sounding board for self-improvement, or those with issues to overcome.
Posted on January 28th, 2015
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