I really respect and quite honestly love my Dr. She is one of reasons I am alive, and doing well. We had a rough patch many years ago cause I was lying about my sobriety, and had it fixed in my mind she didn’t care. When I told her how I was feeling she immediately was shocked and became empathetic and quickly assured me no she does care. That moment transitioned into trust. And i was able to be honest about everything in my life, my outbursts, my thoughts, feeling of society, I have sought help with EMDR therapy and she was a champion walking side by side with me, During the process of working the 12 steps of AA and practicing my spiritual program she allowed me and watched me to step down off of medication seeing me monthly. So I could experience the process of the steps without being entirely medicated. I thank God for her. She is a woman for woman’s improvement. The betterment of society as a whole. She even told me the truth with common sense and tact of how my foul mouth took away from my charm. And that maybe the people I deal with daily and whom have an issue with it would like to know me but it’s just too abrasive for some. I couldn’t believe she was so kind but direct and to the point. Yea She definately cares. My life and myself as a recovered woman has changed immensely I am a business owner, living a full and fruitful life. Not the recluse, victim, judging society gaining weight and wanting to harm myself with my own hands. Being medicated properly is a process of trial and error, you have to as a patient with mental illness, be an active participant in your own healing physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Dr Zafar encourages that and will be on your cheering squad so to speak. I love her. I respect her, and in truth I feel she feels the same.. I am the most blessed woman I know having her on my side.