Ralph Jaffe, Psy.D.
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7 months ago
Unethical, lacking in practical judgement
Lacked ethical courtesy.
6 years ago
Accurate diagnosis with a real solution to treat my manic depression
Ralph Jaffe was the only person to accurately diagnose my bi-polar disorder also known as manic depression. Without a proper diagnosis it is impossible to treat a person's condition. He was honest and direct in getting me on medication for the rest of my life that stabilized my mood swings. My manic depression was very destructive and cost me my career. In many respects Ralph Jaffe saved my life from further destruction and possibly suicide. Ralph is very good at what he does and is forthcoming about it. I am forever grateful for what he has done to help me. By all means if you are going to seek professional help, seek out the best. Anything less than that is a waste of your time and money. Ralph Jaffe made a real difference in my life with positive tangible results. I will forever be grateful to him and how he turned my life around from destruction to purpose and meaning.
6 years ago
Dr. Jaffe is a consummate, experienced and well trained professional. As someone who has known and worked with him for many years, he is a trusted peer and friend. I turn to him for help with my own complicated cases, as well as with personal situations. He is smart, thoughtful, caring and knowledgeable. Dr. Jaffe has a rare ability to balance empathic listening with advice-giving. He is someone who will think about you and your circumstances when you're not sittting in front of him. He'll give you his best thinking on every visit and you'll see his efforts to help on each contact. He stays current with the literature. He is able with both assessment and counseling. He is both practical and a deep thinker. Ralph has an awareness of spirituality that makes him a remarkably valuable person to those who want to explore this part of their lives. However, he never pushes a spiritual agenda. I trust him completely. I'm sure you'll feel helped beginning with the first phone call.