ServicesDaniel Rousch, DO practices psychiatry at 111 Bedford Rd Ste B, Mid Cities Psych Ctr, Bedford, TX 76022. Psychiatrists are licensed physicians who specialize in the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.
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After reading some of the negative reviews from previous posts, I don't get it. It is not that I doubt them, it's just that my experiences with Mid Cities Psychiatric Center have been exceptional. Naturally, all I can do is speak to my own experiences, and hold fast that my encounters will continue on par. Thus, here is how I perceive Mid Cities Psychiatric Center, Dr. Rousch, and staff: In early February 2017, I contacted Mid-Cities Psychiatric Center for an appointment. Their response time was more than expeditious (A+) and an appointment time for me was quickly secured (A+). There are so many reasons I am happy with this office. Let me explain. Okay, so returning my call quickly and scheduling my first appointment within a couple of days, was stellar. Convenience (A+). Their office is near to my home, it's easy to find, and easy to park. Pink (A+). The color pink represents caring, compassion and love. In particular, unconditional love and understanding. A sign of hope, pink is a positive color that inspires warm and comforting feelings. Bingo! That is how I feel when I am in their office. Warm, safe, comforted, cared for, and understood (A+). No waiting (A+). While there I have never sat in a "waiting room," I walk straight in, pay for my appointment, and go to the next room. The lily-pad room, with a blood pressure cuff (C+) and a scale (F-bomb). This room I HATE for obvious reasons. Doc, come on, there is no "good" reason, that I can think of to sling a scale under my plantar fascias. If I am not depressed when I arrive, I can get that way real quick, when I see "the escalator" scrolling up, up, up, and away. ;-) Okay, moving on. Now, I am in Dr. Rousch's office. I like it (A+). His office is large and has an angular shape to it. It is a modest, but comfortably appointed office. There is a sofa (I usually sit there) and a couple of chairs that are situated between the sofa and Dr. Rousch's desk. The chairs kinda act like a cushion or buffer between Dr. Rousch and myself. I am not certain why I always select the couch, but I do. I could sit at the desk closer to Dr. Rousch, but I don't. Hmmmm (?) interesting. I think at my next appointment, I will sit at the desk, closer to Dr. Rousch and switch things up a bit. Okay, moving on. I like Dr. Rousch (A+). I look forward to my appointments with him. Dr. Rousch, does not waste time and yet I never feel rushed. I feel welcome, comfortable, and able to speak freely without fear of him pushing the "panic button." While talking, listening, and asking questions, he clicks away at his computer, capturing the gist of our meetings. Stopping only occasionally to elaborate, delve deeper, or get clarification. When our sessions end, for me, there is a sense of productivity and accomplishment. That is a nice feeling.
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