For some one dedicated to helping improve people's lives this guy is a farce. If you're considering using this business due to court orders think again; you're putting your life and freedom in the hands of a hot headed and irrational individual. The counselor is inflexible, empathetic, and does not care if his impulsive actions threaten your very freedom or employment. He will treat you purely as an inconvenience if you make any attempt to contact him outside of a group setting and just wants your money on a weekly basis. His wife is his office/business manager so any complaints you make will fall on deaf and biased ears because...she too just wants your money. Whatever passion these people had in genuinely helping individuals is long gone, giving way to a meat grinder like mentality to get patients in and out while collecting money with as little effort as possible on their (Pathfinder's) part. I would think long and hard before putting the future of YOUR life in this man's hands.
From the owner: William I. Perry, Ph.D. I have a fully online psychology practice specializing in addictions and other substance abuse, depression and anxiety disorders. Get the help you need without ever having to leave home!
She ended therapy when I requested my file. She wouldn't send file until I filed a complaint with Office of Civil Rights. My file contains 120 pages of my recorded sessions for a year without knowledge of being recorded and no consent. See YouTube: "Illegal Ultimatum" to hear how she ended therapy with an ultimatum.
February 8, 2017
Dear Community Friend,
On behalf of the Butler County Educational Service Center Early Childhood Programs, we would like to invite you to participate in our 2017 Wellness Resource Fair that will be held during the annual Nutrition & Health Fair. The Fair is a comprehensive approach to Nutrition and Health empowerment for Butler and Preble County Head Start and Early Head Start parents, children and staff. We try to provide the families an opportunity to participate in...
We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-591-6474(Who Answers?).