Austin >Peak Performance Institute
Whole-heartedly recommend! I first went to Dr. Jan Ford Mustin at Peak Performance Institute in 1998 when I was 14 yrs old. I was having a hard time concentrating in school and doing homework, and was brought in to be tested for ADD. Dr. Mustin was so sweet and made me feel comfortable with everything that involved the testing. After meeting with her and doing EEG Brain Wave Training, I began doing much better in school. I did very well in college and am happy to report that I will be beginning graduate school in the fall. I am so proud to say I was a success story! I even went back to visit this summer and thank her for everything. I would recommend Dr. Mustin to anyone!! She is so kind, easy to talk to and very good at what she does. She helped me immensely!!
took my chance. After I read reviews on several doctors, most of whom had at least one negative comment or personal swipe written about them, I called and made an appointment. I am glad I did and can easily recommend all of the therapists I have seen at this practice. while I won't disparage the previous counselor I saw who had far less of a clue how to provide me direction, I will take the time to acknowledge the extrodinary compassion and professionalism I have been shown with this office.
The Best Decision I Ever Made!. The Peak Performance Institute is a great place to heal. After a devastating loss, I went there to get my life back on track. Dr. Mustin was my voice of reason and after a few months I can honestly say I have never been better. I would recommend Dr. Mustin to anyone.
The neurotherapy and counseling I have received have been life changing for me. I agree with the reviewer who indicated it was hard work, but it has been well worth my investment. I am more focused and am accomplishing my goals with much greater ease. The success feels really good.
I like the professionalism of the office, having everything explained to me up front and then again throughout my visits. Mostly I like the results I see in my life.
Sorry To Report But Hope To Help Others. No problem spending the money for help but after $2,500 cash, choosing not to file insurance, I decided to pause, until I got back to work. I called to cancel my next appointment. I also asked for content / information from $1,400 of testing. Was told they couldn't provide this informaiton, it belonged to testing company. Wish I'd known this, even though she had a printout of the information. Upon cancelling the next appointment, I never got a call from the drrrrr..........uh, Dr., expressing a concern or any flexibility to come off the high price to continue to see patient. I was extremely upfront with her in telling her that the expense was a great concern and I didn't want to get down a path and quit over money with no results. She said I made too much to get a price break. I was unemployed at the time. I'm a great read of people and have a great intuition. I was so very, very wrong about Dr. Mustin. I feel bad for saying this because I mean her no harm. I just wish that others will not have the same experience and perhaps she will read this and change her practice.
Integrity. Dr. Mustin showed a full commitment to my well being, even when it was difficult for me personally. She challenged my own view of myself, my codependence, and my desire to blame everyone but myself for my situation. That may make some people write bad reviews....instead it made me a better person, and resulted in my life being changed for the better. I give credit to Dr. Mustin helping me find a better way to live and I hope she keeps it up so I can continue to recommend her to my friends and family as I have for more than a decade.
I had a terrible experience with this "doctor." I agree with the reviewer before- do not trust this woman.
She is unethical, and she certainly harmed more than helped.
This is very expensive pop psychology, and without any positive results.
A Terrible experience. I usually don't spend my time speaking negatively about anyone but I am still reeling about my experience with Dr. Jan Mustin. After spending a fortune on testing to find out I am completely sane and being pushed to buy books and CD's, I joined one of Dr Mustin's divorce recovery groups. Being a very friendly, noncombative and easily liked person joining a group was not anything unusal or problematic for me at all. I was actually looking forward to learning as a group. At my first meeting with the group, after being told to introduce myself to everyone, Dr Mustin began to verbally attack me by asking the group to agree with her on how desperate I was, which no one did. It completely took me by surprise. She then started telling everyone how lonely my life must be. I thought I was in the twilight zone. She went on to tell the group very personal things about my life which I had not given her permission to do. At one point, when I tried to interject, she told me to look around and see how I had "put off the whole group". No one knew what to do. It was surreal. She then tried to get me to agree with her negative assessment of me which I would not do. I only agreed that it was her opinion, not mine. She told me "I'd better agree because that was what I was paying her for". By this time, I was in tears and completely humiliated. I don't know why I didn't just get up and leave. I would never let anyone do that to me now nor would I take part in a group where anyone was being verbally attacked or humiliated. I never went back and I will never forget.
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