Why are psychiatrists judgemental assholes
My first experience with treatment was at the mental health clinic at the local hospital. I was fairly indifferent toward the first psychiatrist I had there, but I was unpleasantly jarred to find out that he was leaving after six months. Apparently they were on some sort of rotation. It looked like he felt this was a temporary situation, as the office was completely bare except for the desk and two chairs.
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Condescending Doctors and How to Deal With Them
Why Are There So Many Jerks in the World? | Psychology Today
The items listed below are significant red flags and important information for anyone in therapy or considering therapy. If any of the following red flags appear during the course of your counseling, it may be time to reevaluate your counselor or therapist. Should you recognize one of these red flags, the first step, in most cases, is to discuss your concern with your counselor. A good therapist should be open and willing to understand your concerns. Some of them are very serious violations of ethical standards, such as a therapist attempting to have a sexual relationship with a client. There is no exception to this rule, and if you find yourself in such a situation, you are advised to report to the state professional licensing board and consult with other professionals.
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I recently had an awful experience seeing a psychiatrist for an introductory appointment that I wrote about here. So I was more nervous than usual when I saw a new doctor at the same place I saw my old doctor which should have been a red flag. My concerns turned out to be justified. Five minutes in, I got a huge creep vibe from the guy. He was condescending, patronizing and arrogant.
A user on Reddit recently shared an experience he had with a less-than-friendly doctor he bumped into one day after class. While walking to the parking lot, he noticed that the doctor had left a large cup of coffee on top of his car just as he was preparing to drive off. Recognizing it as the polite thing to do, the Redditor called out to the doctor to get his attention to prevent the inevitable spillage from occurring.