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I feel kinda mean leaving a less-than-quintuply-stellar review for a resident (yes, she did treat me while in residency) but she's soon going to be out in the wild so I'll give my impressions. It often comes down to whether a psychiatrist is a good match for you. I think she is likelier to be a good fit for: 1. CHILDREN !! 2. Genteel southerners 3. Conventional people having a bout of depression 3b. Mothers w/postpartum depression She's not the deepest lake in the state, which is going to hinder her interactions with patients who are outside-the-box -- at least until she matures a bit. I don't want to detail everything I experienced in her care but here are a few things I thought were weird: Zero interest in adjusting or changing my medications despite problematic symptoms. Visibly startled when I used a profane but ubiquitous word. Gave me "the look" of cattiness twice about what I was wearing (true, I could be misinterpreting this, but I've been the recipient of "the look" before and have wielded it myself in my snotty phase of life...in fact, I would have used it with someone like her!) Mentioned in two appointments that my appetite was lower than usual, which was met dismissively. This is just conjecture, but I suspect if my BMI had been 18 instead of 25-26 (don't remember exactly) some concern might have registered. In any case, I was saying something was amiss and listening didn't happen. The most genuine sympathy Dr. Lyon expressed towards me was over a psychiatric situation I was in when I was a minor. Even before that I really wanted to ask her if she ultimately wants to work with children. That's her total vibe!
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