- Report: #489202
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Complaint Review: Valerie M. Dejean Tuxedo Park, New York the spectrum center
Valerie M. Dejean Tuxedo Park, New York the spectrum centerhttp://18.104.22.168:98/ Internet United States of America
Valerie M. Dejean Tuxedo Park, New York the spectrum center the spectrum center tomatis therapy Internet
*General Comment: valerie de jean spectrum tomatis center
The Spectrum Center Rips off Vulnerable parents of special needs children.
You pay 7,000 dollars for therapy. You may or may not see some improvement. But then Valerie Dejean feeds off parents who love their children and justs tells them to come back again and again and again. Every three months- then maybe every 6 months. It becomes a cash cow operation where vulnerable families are spending thousands and thousands of dollars to help their children.
Do yourself a favor. Find a good, honest AIT practitioner. You can get the same results for 1400 dollars and then the therapy sticks. You then have more money to invest in other therapies and take a holistic approach in helping your child.
Valerie Dejean will just keep telling you to come back until she taps out all of your money. Take heed
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/02/2009 07:16 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Valerie-M-Dejean-Tuxedo-Park-New-York-the-spectrum-center/internet/Valerie-M-Dejean-Tuxedo-Park-New-York-the-spectrum-center-the-spectrum-center-tomatis-t-489202. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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