Dr. Anna M. Stokesberry, Review

Dr. Anna M. Stokesberry, Review

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by ghostie, Aug. 13, 2011

Of the 50 warning signs of questionable therapy published on goodtherapy.org
link; http://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/warning-signs-of-bad-therapy/

I feel I experienced and/or Dr. Stokesberry exhibited the following;

22.Counselor cannot accept feedback or admit mistakes
2.Therapist is not interested in the changes you want to make and your goals for therapy.
3.Counselor cannot or does not clearly define how she can help you to solve whatever issue or concern has brought you to therapy.
3.Counselor cannot or does not clearly define how she can help you to solve whatever issue or concern has brought you to therapy.
4.Therapist provides no explanation of how you will know when your therapy is complete.
9.Counselor is judgmental or critical of your behavior, lifestyle, or problems
10.Therapist “looks down” at you or treats you as inferior in subtle, or not so subtle, ways
11.Counselor blames your family, friends, or partner.
13.Therapist knowingly or unknowingly gets his or her own psychological needs meet at the expense of focusing on you and your therapy.
27.Therapist focuses on thoughts and cognition at the exclusion of feelings and somatic experience.
29.Therapist acts as if she has the answers or solutions to everything and spends time telling you how to best fix or change things.
30.Counselor tells you what to do, makes decisions for you, or gives frequent unsolicited advice.
33.Therapist believes that only their counseling approach works and ridicules other approaches to therapy.
34.Therapist is contentious with you or frequently confrontational.
35.Counselor doesn’t remember your name and/or doesn’t remember your issues from one session to the next.
36.Therapist does not pay attention or demonstrate he’s listening and understanding you.
44.Therapist seems over-emotional, affected, or triggered by your feelings or issues.
50.Your counselor habitually misses, cancels, or shows up late to appointments.


* this reviewer has be with this therapist for 1 - 3 years
* this reviewer had 1 - 2 therapists before.
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by tru4 2012-12-16 21:24:00
Dr. Anna (Anne) Stokesberry is extremely rude and unprofessional.  She interferes to my child custody battle because she’s friend of my spouse. All her allegation turned to be false. This type of people should find a different profession.my advice is to run away and save your money.  


22.Counselor cannot accept feedback or admit mistakes
2.Therapist is not interested in the changes you want to make and your goals for therapy.
3.Counselor cannot or does not clearly define how she can help you to solve whatever issue or concern has brought you to therapy.
3.Counselor cannot or does not clearly define how she can help you to solve whatever issue or concern has brought you to therapy.
4.Therapist provides no explanation of how you will know when your therapy is complete.
9.Counselor is judgmental or critical of your behavior, lifestyle, or problems
10.Therapist �looks down� at you or treats you as inferior in subtle, or not so subtle, ways
11.Counselor blames your family, friends, or partner.
13.Therapist knowingly or unknowingly gets his or her own psychological needs meet at the expense of focusing on you and your therapy.
27.Therapist focuses on thoughts and cognition at the exclusion of feelings and somatic experience.
29.Therapist acts as if she has the answers or solutions to everything and spends time telling you how to best fix or change things.
30.Counselor tells you what to do, makes decisions for you, or gives frequent unsolicited advice.
33.Therapist believes that only their counseling approach works and ridicules other approaches to therapy.
34.Therapist is contentious with you or frequently confrontational.
35.Counselor doesn�t remember your name and/or doesn�t remember your issues from one session to the next.
36.Therapist does not pay attention or demonstrate he�s listening and understanding you.
44.Therapist seems over-emotional, affected, or triggered by your feelings or issues.
50.Your counselor habitually misses, cancels, or shows up late to appointments.

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