ServicesCraig McDermit is a Psychologist office located in San Francisco, CA. A psychologist focuses on the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues. A clinical psychologist uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve emotional and mental health.
Please call Craig McDermit at (415) 776-9200 to schedule an appointment in San Francisco, CA or to get more information.
Dr McDermit was the most supportive and exhibited care and compassion well beyond the level you get with most of mental health professionals. He saw what I didn't see apparently due to his intuition and great experience and gave me the most sound advice which I didn't follow unfortunately because I didn't believe him. A couple of years passed and it turned out Dr McDermit was right.
I found parking right away at his office, and it was within a block of the entrance. I didn't wait long, and his reception area is quite soothing. I am able to gather my thoughts before my session begins. The appointments always start on time or within a 5 minute wait which is refreshing. He collects ethnic art which is on display so his office is like a "mini-museum." There's a friendly little dog in the office, yet he made it clear in our initial telephone conversation that the choice was up to me. The dog wouldn't be included if I didn't want her there. I decided to skip the dog, and it was as simple as that. After several sessions I asked to meet her. She's such a delightful little spirit that I changed my mind and look forward to seeing her each time I go. Dr. McDermit is a warm and engaging person which makes it easy for me to talk about whatever is on my mind. He's respectful, and I never feel judged ("What a relief!"). He's a reliable guy. He's never cancelled a session and has been prompt in answering my phone calls or emails. He does require 48 hours advance notice to avoid being billed for a scheduled appointment, but when I've given him advance notice he's made the effort to offer me an alternative time to meet. He addresses all my questions and talks like a "normal person." What I mean is that he doesn't just sit there looking at me in silence and then answer my questions with the usual, "Well, what do you think about it?". It's a real conversation which I appreciate. It's more like a "heart-to-heart" talk, and I feel like I'm engaged with a person, not just a doctor. The sessions have helped me feel a lot more confident about myself and hopeful about the future. I give him, "two thumbs up."
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