Melinda is a wonderful psychologist and I highly recommend her. I've been going to her for over a year. I don't consider myself to be mentally ill, but it's a great outlet to help consistantly improve myself. I recognize the problems in my life most often revolve around my own perceptions and how I deal with them. Melinda helps me in a safe environment figure out the best decisions for myself with no judgement.
I went to Melinda at the end of my senior year of high school. She helped me greatly and I formed a close bond to her. Once I entered college, I felt that I no longer needed help and abruptly stopped going to sessions without ever explaining why to her. Over a year later I realized that I was extremely depressed, not performing well, and that there was a possibility of me being bipolar. I was going to the therapist and psychologist provided by my college, and while they were nice, I never felt a connection or comfort level with them as I did with Melinda. Part of the reason I moved home was because I knew Melinda would help me. At first I was nervous since I had so abruptly disappeared, but she wasn't upset with me like I feared. She was curious as to why I had left without word and we started up my sessions as though I'd never left. She really listens and is as unbaised as humanly possible. She really wants to help and gives awesome advice (that I should follow more). And every time I leave her office, I feel amazing.
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