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Narcissist. With no conscience.
I was a patient of Dr. Walkers for a couple years. During that time he was super helpful in helping me learn to understand and cope with my ADHD as an adult. He was also the first and only person (doctor or otherwise) to accurately recognize my adult ADHD for what it was, instead of misdiagnosing it as OCD or writing it off as a character flaw, such as lack of motivation or laziness. He was an invaluable resource to me during the time I saw him, and I will be forever grateful for his insight and contribution. However, I also have some constructive feedback and criticism that I feel would be beneficial for him when interacting with patients in the future. If I had to give one piece of advice, it would be this: practice more respect for patients personal boundaries. There were a couple of times when he asked me things I wasnt comfortable discussing because I felt like they were too personal, none of his business, and/or didnt have anything to do with my ADHD (the issue I was seeing him for). But instead of respecting my wishes and boundaries by dropping the particular subject when I clearly expressed my desire not to discuss it, he continued to try and pry an answer out of me, and made me feel like I had to explain myself and justify my feelings and reasoning for wanting to avoid the topic before he would honor my wish to stay away from it. He likes to complain about there being a generation of entitlement in the world today, but ironically, he himself sometimes fails to understand that simply being a psychiatrist doesnt make you entitled to information that a patient doesnt want to give, regardless of their reasoning for not wanting to do so, and it certainly doesnt give you the right to violate their boundaries that theyre clearly trying to enforce by continuing to press them to give you the info you want. This is honestly the thing that made me decide to leave his practice and seek care elsewhere, because after a particularly upsetting incident in which the above scenario occurred, I no longer felt like I could trust him to respect my wishes and emotional boundaries, and if I cant trust someone to do that, then I no longer feel comfortable entrusting them with my mental health. I also felt like I was being shamed and scolded for not conducting certain areas of my personal life that have absolutely nothing to do with managing my ADHD according to a timeline that he personally (not professionally) believed was appropriate for my age. Since I wont tolerate being made to feel pressured into conforming to someone elses opinion and standards for how I should live my life, what choices I should make, how, and when, I made the decision to leave, as I dont need that kind of unnecessary stress, drama, and negativity surrounding me. So, the one piece of constructive criticism I would give to Dr. Walker would be to advise him to be more mindful and intentional about respecting and honoring patients personal wishes, choices, and boundaries, regardless of how small or specific they are, and regardless of whether or not he personally agrees with them or thinks theyre silly. He might be the expert and authority when it comes to psychiatry and ADHD, but the patient is the expert and authority when it comes to their own life, feelings, perspectives, and choices. As a whole, my overall experience with Dr. Walker was a positive one, and he is a wonderful resource when it comes to helping patients diagnose, treat, and understand their ADHD, and for that I cant help but recommend him highly. His only real weak spot is that he could stand to be a little bit more understanding and accommodating when it comes to the personal boundaries, preferences, opinions, choices, and perspectives of his patients, especially when he might not always like or agree with them.
I have known I was ADHD since I was 14. I took medication and went to regular appointments while I was in school and living at home. After taking my first “big girl job”and moving to Louisville, I started hating medication and blamed it for my high level of frustration, irritability and moodiness. I tried a lot of different doctors, at least five, all of them just wanted to talk to me for 10 minutes hand me a prescription and schedule my follow up appointment. Since I already had an ADHD diagnosis, none of them took the time to listen to me, they just wanted to treat my “disorder”. For 3 1/2 years I had completely given up on ADHD treatment, until one day I decided I was tired of living this way and admitted to myself that I couldn’t fix my “problems” on my own.I was in a really bad place and desperate for someone to help me, I kept being told I was just depressed and handed a couple prescriptions, but I decided to give it another shot and found Dr. Walker. Since then my life my mood and my self-esteem has improved exponentially. He takes the time to talk to me, to listen and understand. I have never had a Doctor that had a passion for it and understood it on a personal level. Dr. Walker taught me that there’s nothing wrong with me, that our brains work differently, but different isn’t bad it’s only a problem if I allow it to go untreated letting my ADHD wreak havoc on my life.Working from home would have been my worst nightmare before I met Dr. Walker. But because of him and his personalized treatment plan, I was recognized as the top performer at my company. I have never been a top performer at anything that required discipline organization and accountability. I am so thrilled with my experience I would recommend him to anyone, the difference he has made in my life is incredible and I am so thankful for it. He is a wonderful doctor because he’s passionate about what he does, helping people like us means something to him no one is just another patient. He may not except insurance( due to the BS Insurance billing regulations) but I really couldn’t careless because for the first time I am being treated like a person, not a statistic. Every penny I have spent on my treatment with him has been And investment in my future, i’m already seeing the return on my investment with the compliments and recognition I have received. I know that over the next couple of years the money I’ve spent will be returned tenfold because I am able to perform better at work and reach my true potential, all thanks to my wonderful doctor. If you are, or think you may be ADHD and your fed up with 10 minute appointments that don’t teach you anything, You need to call them and schedule your first appointment right now! I promise you will not regret it. Dr. Walker and his staff our kind and amazing and willing to work out payment plans with their patients which tells me they know what they’re doing is working and worth it. I am a success story and you can be too, all it takes is the right treatment plan, personalized to who you are. As far as I’m concerned this excess could not have been found anywhere else.Since posting this and looking at other reviews I am absolutely shocked, These people either aren’t seeing the same doctor I am, or are not willing to do the work to help themselves. Yes it’s an investment, but it’s the best one I have ever made, I have already seen an increase in my income MORE than equivalent to the amount I have spent. Don’t be Swayed by the miserable individuals who aren’t willing to help themselves. As far as being “pumped full of medication” That’s BS. If you want to an ophthalmologist and were told you needed glasses would you accuse them of improper treatment? No. Just like a vision disorder ADHD also requires medical treatment. Trust me I’ve tried to treat it without medicationOr with very low doses of other non-amphetamine medications, it didn’t work. I won’t even take allergy medication or Tylenol Unless I feel like I’m dying. I believe a lot of our ailments can be cured with food and mental well-being, But not ADD
Dr. Walker is truly abhorrent. In my personal opinion, he is the most unprofessional and vile medical professional I've ever met. To even call him a medical professional makes my tongue roll back. I find it fascinating that all of those positive reviews showed up around the same time frame. It's the same thing on other review sites. Scroll past all of the positive comments, and it tells a different story.The VAST majority are negative and when I mean negative, I mean NEGATIVE. Just an observation of course; a hilarious one at that.
Is Dr. Walker giving out discounts to people who leave him positive reviews? I can only laugh when reading some of these because he was the polar opposite when I was a patient of him. This clown show did nothing, but take my money. I got nothing out of his sessions except for a fat bill. After all, his practice is set up to drain you of your hard earn money. Look at some of the negatieve reviews. They all agree with me. Dig deep on this website to a few years back. He went from negative reviews to positive reviews over night. What exactly are you getting for $300 excpt for a guy who tries to break you down so he can build you back up; session after session after session. In other words, thats money, money, money in his poclet. The BS he spews is garbage. You could find itfor yourself on the internet........ for free!!! The guy is a narcissistic hypocrite whos more interested in talking about his, Achivements, and his family. I mean hey, if you want to pay $300 a session to hear about his vacation to Florida, knock yourself out. Hes your guy. If I recall, he started out in geriatric psychiatry. Then one day he figured out he could market myself as this, Expert, on ADHD where he could take advantage of all the vulnerable people out there who are looking for answers in how to improve their lives. ADHD isnt exactly something that takes expertise. Google, Ways of coping with ADHD. That wont cost you $300. Ask yourself. What does he do that makes him better than any other psychiarist? Heres the answer....... nothing. You can get the same advice from any other doctor. Im talking doctors who actually take insurance. Would you rather lose money or save money? If youre getting the same advice from a medical professional while saving $1,000 a month vs this guy, wouldnt you go with the doctor who took insurance? Its kind of a no brainer. To all gullible people praising this guy, wake up. Youre getting hoodwinked. I was in the same boat until I figured him out. I can only try and advise others before they make the same mistake as me. Now that I think about it, some of the reviews look very similiar. Its almost like the same person is writing multiple reviews. Look for yourself. Would any rational patient or consumer of any product say this? ====== There are a lot of costs in maintaining a practice that one typically does not think of, from overhead and utilities to systems maintenance. In the end, only a portion of the fee would actually make it to his bank account====== Why would any patient in their right mind even try and explain this in regards to a doctor service? Better yet, how would a patient know this? He wouldnt. Make sense? Yeah........ thought so. Moral of the story, get help elsewhere.
Someone posted before that Walker pumped them full of Vyvanse after not giving them a proper eval for their diagnosis and totally misdiagnosing them. She said it made her symptoms worse. This is just one example of how his main goal is to exploit those who are in serious need of professional care. I wasn’t going to write a review, but I just felt like people need to know the truth. With me he was pushy, condescending and very uncomfortable to be around. As another reviewer said, I also felt like he didn’t respect my boundaries when I didn’t want to answer certain personal questions that were definitely irrelevant to my diagnosis. I also felt this way about him. I felt like I wasted money to listen to this guy talk about himself and his family and he wanted to be the focus of most of the session. I’m not exaggerating... he is totally out of touch and has a god complex. It just felt like a complete waste of my time and money and he is very expensive! I find it extremely suspect that in just the past couple of months he has a cluster of highly rated reviews when almost all of his critical reviews from the past few years are all low ratings. It looks like he made a bunch of fake accounts to boost his own ratings. Wouldn’t surprise me one bit. Definitely a fraud. Do yourself a favor and find another doctor who is trustworthy and not a crook just out to empty your wallet. There’s a reason why he’s still accepting new patients. I’m SO glad I went elsewhere. This dude has it all backwards. He is the one who seriously needs therapy. Please, please don’t waste your time or money on this guy. There are qualified docs out there who really do care about accurately diagnosing your condition and giving you the appropriate treatment. I hope this helps someone make a better choice.
Dr. Walker is a clinician who is truly passionate about his field of study, as well as his patients. He has demonstrated a deep understanding of environmental and physiological changes over time that contribute to prevalence and presentation of ADD/ADHD in todays society. Dr. Walker has developed a treatment approach, that while tailored to individuals, applies behavioral modification skills and medicine (if needed) to optimize outcomes of patients of all ages. I am confident that those exposed to his interventions will learn the skills they need now, and in the future, so as to be the very best versions of themselves. I would highly recommend Dr. Walker.
I’ve been a patient of Dr. Walker’s for 3 years. In those 3 years my life has seen dramatic, traumatic, and truly wonderful changes. It is no exaseration on my part that without the guidance and care of Dr. Walker I would never have found the strength, willingness, and confidence to face my challenges with a sense of calm, acceptance, and personal responsibility.The combination of medication and talk therapy helped me to understand that my natural state of ADHD can be, and has been, under control to such a positive and sustainable level that my personal relationships have improved to include the trust of my family, friends, and co-workers. Trust was something that was missing from my life until I started working with Dr. Walker.Working with Dr. Walker is an accurate statement. He expects, and rightly so, that his patience’s understand he can guide but the real work must be done by the patient.There are no easy fixes for living with ADHD. He understands life with ADHD. His willingness to discuss his own experiences helped me understand that my life and experiences were within a shared experience with others who live with ADHD.I no longer suffer from ADHD. I live with it, with how I think, with how I react, and with who I am with the strength of self esteem. It’s my self esteem, but it is great to have Dr. Walker on my side.
I was a patient of Dr. Walker for many years. My work with him improved my life significantly. I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety as a teenager but wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until I was an adult (though, in hindsight, I had ADHD all of my life). Initially, my ADHD was managed by primary care providers and psychiatrists who focused on medications. It helped some but I continued to struggle. Dr. Walker was the first doctor to emphasize the need for behavioral changes and organizational skills to manage my life. He guides the process but there is much work to do outside of the sessions. I have learned to set priorities, keep a calendar, set reminders and alarms, and take time to pause and assess (such as the ability to fulfill a request before saying yes, as previously I would just say yes and end up overbooked or unable to follow through). These have made life flow more smoothly and improved my relationships with family and friends. Through my work with Dr. Walker, I realized a significant portion of my depression and anxiety arose from untreated/inadequately treated ADHD. As management of my ADHD improved, stress decreased, anxiety and depression improved. I reached a point about a year ago I was able to continue without his guidance. However, I am thankful for his care and the impact it has had on my life.There are some negative reviews I would like to address. Dr. Walker does reference his ADHD journey and that of his family. For me, this was beneficial. He had experience with the condition and had found methods that could help manage it. Previous providers I attended did not offer this. I will grant his care is not cheap, but for me, it was worth it. While there are healthcare providers that have lower rates and take insurance, there are others, like Dr. Walker, who do not. There are a lot of costs in maintaining a practice that one typically does not think of, from overhead and utilities to systems maintenance. In the end, only a portion of the fee would actually make it to his bank account. He does charge for refilling a prescription. He is prescribing controlled substances so must review KASPER (the Kentucky controlled substance database) which takes time. An individual claimed he is not a medical doctor. He does not have an MD but rather a DO. MD indicates doctor of allopathic medicine, DO indicates doctor of osteopathic medicine. Both are fully licensed physicians/doctors. One individual noted they found the timing of positive reviews to be suspect. However, I am choosing to post my positive review now in response to negative reviews. While some have accused Dr. Walker of creating burner accounts to post false positive reviews, I don’t believe this is the case. I am sorry that some individuals did not have a good experience with Dr. Walker. However, that does not negate the fact that others of us have benefited from his care.
This review is a bit lengthy. I recommend you read it before blowing your hard-earned money on Dr. Walker. With this review, it’s an opportunity to tell about my experience with Walker. It’s also an opportunity to address a flood of positive reviews for this doctor that surfaced at one time. After he had been receiving negative reviews for years, I'm puzzled how a doctor with a history of bad reviews, could all a sudden be receive a bunch of 5 stars . First, lets talk about my horrible experience with Dr. Walker.There are a few adjectives that come to mind when I think about Dr. Walker; low character, exploitative, narcissistic, careless. Lets go ahead and get this out there. I’m actually not ADHD. I have bipolar 2/ hypomania.Now, you’re probably asking yourself, “Why would some girl with bipolar attend multiple sessions with a doctor who specializes with ADHD? At the time, I was really struggling in a lot phases in life. I knew something was off with me mentally. My first thought was ADHD.When I first met Walker, he asked a handful of questions about potential symptoms, exc. I guess asking questions, was his way of determining you had ADHD. So of course he says, "YOU HAVE ADHD." I remember saying, “Shouldn’t I actually take some test to determine if in fact I have ADHD and not something else.” He replies, “No. It’s definitely ADHD. Lets go ahead, and book you some appointments. I gave in, and I trusted him.From there, I went to at least 10-12 sessions. During this period of time, Walker pumped me full of Vyvanse. It was horrible. Because I was suffering from bipolar, the Vyvanse significantly increased mania. Anyone with bipolar will tell you how horrible manic episodes are. Research the symptoms of bipolar 2. Then amplify those symptoms times 10. I remember communicating all of this to Walker, and he kept telling me that it was just part of adjusting to the medication. Keep in mind, Walker refused to actually test me for ADHD upon mentioning this to him.Things were so bad for me mentally, I finally called it quits on Walker. My life actually became worse because of him. It was all because he did not properly diagnosed me. Instead, he cost around $3,600 for 3 months of living hell.After leaving Walker, I got help from another doctor. I was quickly tested for bipolar after communicating my symptoms to the doctor. SPOILER ALERT: Based off the test, I had bipolar 2 and not ADHD.I never felt any compassion from Dr. Walker. Instead, I felt all Walker wanted was my money. Walker sets his sessions up to where you'll keep coming back. He intentionally spaces everything out. The more appointments you book with Walker, the fatter his wallet his get.Just like another former patient noticed, a handful of positive messages flooded in the reviews at the same time frame. When you look further back on his history, you'll see that he has a history of terrible reviews. It's weird that all of those positive reviews magically appeared. With a guy with such low character, it wouldn't surprise me if he created a bunch of burner accounts in an effort to rebrand his image. Seriously, what are the odds of this idiot having a patient named, "Stormy Weathers?" This guys buffoonery is on another level.Look, if you're ADHD you don't need some fake ADHD specialist. Any mental health professional can help you. Trust me, they know more than Walker. Hell, general physicians have a better grasp on ADHD than Walker. Keep in mind, the cost will be half of the price plus they'll all take insurance.Avoid this guy like the plague. He's not a good person. I wouldn't be saying it if it wasn't true. He took advantage of me. I don't want to see Walker take advantage of you.P.S. I wonder if he still wears scrubs to his appointments because, "He's a doctor lol." This guy is such a clown show.
I have two sons who are under the care of Dr. Walker, and we have had a very positive experience thus far. Is he a miracle worker? Absolutely not. Responsibly treating ADHD takes time, commitment and constant reevaluation to get results. I have to say that I greatly appreciate the fact that on our first visit to him, he did not write a script for my children. This has been in stark contrast to other physicians who have simply given us random prescription medication and basically said, "Best of luck. Call the office next month when you need a refill." What?!? Dr. Walker's view on medication is that it's just a part of the treatment protocol. Pills don't teach skills. My husband and I are currently working on tailoring our parenting to create a happy, harmonious home environment with children who have ADHD--not an easy endeavor. It's a process, and we are getting there one visit at a time.As far as Dr. Walker being a "narcissist," from some of the negative reviews, I don't see it. Talking about his family has strictly been in the context of positive changes he has made in his parenting. Talking about his office gadgets has been in the context of how he has it set up as a person who struggles with ADHD himself. I believe that he is an excellent role model for my sons because they are able to finally relate to someone who has struggled with ADHD.I also want to add that Kathleen is truly an amazing office manager. Her communication skills are top notch. Anytime I have called or e-mailed the office during working hours, she has responded within an hour, and she has always done her best to accommodate my requests.
I used to go to Dr. Walker for ADD. He was very helpful and straightforward with things I needed to change. He helped me utilize an online calendar to help me stay organized and gave me great advice on day-to-day activities.I have tried many different medications that gave me terrible side effects such as, headache, dizziness, trembling hands, tiredness, mood swings, etc. However, Dr. Walker was the first doctor who prescribed me a medicine that actually helped me focus without harsh side effects.The only downside to his services is the price because my insurance did not reimburse me. However, I do know he offers coupons for medications & some insurances reimburse or discount the price...I would recommend Dr. Walker to anyone who has ADD or ADHD who wants to seek help for themselves. You need to have a positive mindset and motivation to be able to succeed well with his help.
I have been dr. Walker’s patient for over 2 years. Not only because of his expertise in ADHD/ADD but also his ability to make you feel comfortable. His guidance on overall mental health really set him apart from other doctors I’ve seen. He takes time to get to know you and your lifestyle. Would not consider changing doctors.
Dr. Walker requires several hundred dollars up front before he will actually prescribe medicine. Because he doesn’t take insurance, he has jumped in line with many “practitioners” who ultimately take thousands of dollars from their patients to essentially be a part of their “program.” I attempted to cancel my appointment after realizing I was about to be scammed (be sure to check the other honest reviews about him here- he really does just want your money). They then refused to refund me even though I canceled the same day I sent in my forms. You can find another doctor to truly care for you who will actually do what you need rather than sell you the most expensive package they can offer.
I have seen Dr. Walker for well over a year now. He has walked me through some difficult times and have witnessed 180 degree breakthrough. Even though it’s been over a year we continue to work on different types of strategies. Dr. Walker is one of the best psychologist I have had the privilege on working with. He does his own psychotherapy, own medication reviews, management etc. What a few people don’t seem to understand is that when you walk into a regular practice that accepts insurance there are multiple roles, multiple fees and you may see your MD for 5-10 minutes. You have a whole other therapist. In this specific practice there are 2 people that work side by side and complete all tasks. Communication is effective. Kathleen is very prompt and professional. I have had only 2 miscommunications in the last year and a half. Only one of those I did not agree with the outcome but again all of the policies and procedures that you receive in the beginning of care prior to your first initial appointment explain this. Which both outcomes were stated in this. When you request medical records or your next refill she is very sufficient with time management. My goal in life is to be as organized as she is one day.Dr. Walker,Has walked me down memory lane. He has provided me with therapy and coping skills to enhance myProgress of becoming successful with ADD. I actually look forward to see him because he talks to you as a person and not a dr. He has always treated me and my circumstances with respect and understanding. He is the only doctor that has been able to relate to my diagnosis on a personal level. He is more then my doctor he has truly became my mentor.This practice does work withYou on payment plans which I am extremely appreciative especially being in college.He follows compliance and regulations. He has checked on me through email, squeezed me in on the day of. We have had our sessions on the phone. He is very dependable and I would not consider another doctor even if they accepted my insurance because my dr and patient relationship is not comparable to what I would get in a corporate or non profit setting.Thank you Kathleen and Dr. Walker for all that you do.
I am not generally one to leave reviews, but my inbox (other acct) keeps getting updates from his office manager, Kathleen Boland, even though it has been over 2 years since I've seen Dr. Walker and have since canceled all future visits; and it just irks me every time I see one of these emails because I feel like this business is a total scam. Let me explain...My first appointment with Dr. Walker: I had to fill out a long questionnaire before I even met with him, which I'd think that he would have looked over BEFORE our first $300 session, which is only 50 mins long. Nope. I come in, and he proceeds to show me all of his fancy gadgets for the first 15 minutes ($75). Next 30 mins is spent reading out loud what I put in my questionnaire ($150). The last few minutes consisted of him talking about himself and cutting me off every time I tried to elaborate on a topic, with him asking me if I really wanted to WASTE my time and money talking about xyz. At the end, I was not any closer to understanding my condition or if my meds would need to changed or not. I was instead told that I had to complete a total of 4 appointments before Walker would write my first script. Which means, $1,200 in office visits (cash money, since they don't take insurance)2nd visit: Walker continues talking about himself and his own fitness goals and blah blah, showing me in his handy dandy little Excel spreadsheet with Conditional Formatting, and look, he can find the avg by using this formula. DUDE. I work in IT and have (at minimum) 7 spreadsheets open at any given time. I can write an Excel Macro in my sleep. I am not paying to talk about yourself and your lame Excel worksheets for a whole hr.3rd visit: More talking about himself; tells me some generic information about ADHD that I already know. Did I mention that I still haven't been properly tested to confirm that I actually have ADHD or not at this point? This is the visit where he begins pushing a new EXPENSIVE medication. No alternative therapies; no advice on ways to cope. Just drugs. Why? Because that will keep me coming back (or so he thought).4th and final visit: Alas, I get my scripts! $250 to get filled (F*** ME.) But hey, at least I can appease the doctor at the clinic at work so that SHE can renew my refills.. for FREE. I told him that the cost of the monthly appointments + refills ($550) were not sustainable on my budget, and he had the nerve to ask if I could get my friends and family to help out. When I said no, he proceeded to offer me a "discounted rate" of $250 per session. Ummm no.I sincerely feel sorry for those who actually have to continue seeing or getting a refill from this joke. You must pay a $100 fee if requesting a refill outside of office hours OR if you happen to request a refill in the last 3 minutes of your "allotted 50 min appointment". Are you fn kidding me? These are minutes that I have ALREADY paid for! Writing a script takes SECONDS!Not to mention, you get a reminder of this outrageous fee at least once a month via email from the office manager. They are not willing to accommodate your <3 min request, yet they send an email every time you turn around talking about the office being closed bc Walker is spending YOUR hard earned money on vacation somewhere. But God forbid a patient needs a refill BEFORE the office reopens, because they will need to shell out an additional arm.. and leg.. and uterus!Oh.. and this most recent email I received.. if you need to pick up your refill at the office instead of getting it mailed, that will be an additional $25, sir. I swear, these people are so money hungry that it makes me sick! Dr. Walker doesn't help you in the least bit. I have literally found way better information, articles and alternative therapy and coping strategies online, for FREE! Like others have mentioned, all of these "5 star" reviews all come in around the same time and pretty much say the same thing.My suggestion: Don't waste your time or money!
When I started working with Dr. Walker, I was well on my way to a failed (expensive) attempt to complete a 90-hour masters degree. A combined strategy of medication and a transformative approach to restructuring the way I approached even the smallest details of my day-to-day life allowed me to successfully complete the degree (turning around my academic situation so that I will be eligible to enroll in a doctoral program next year) and to find success in my work then and to continue successfully in my new career now. I am beyond grateful.
I have been seeing Dr. Walker for over 2 months now and have never been better. He helps me get my chaotic life back in order. He is very understanding and communicates in a manner that makes sense to me. Very professional and easy to talk to. Willing to work with you on payments if needed.
Dr.Walker is a very nice and caring physician. He allows you to speak on any concerns you have in regards to your condition. And will give you the best advice that he can in order to help you. I really appreciate everything that he and his staff have done for me and my family regarding my ADD.
Dr. Walker is patient, attentive, works towards your goals and needs and has amazing qualities that are difficult to find in many therapists. Works well with veterans.
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