The Greenbrook TMS Difference
In a recent interview, our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Geoffrey Grammer, discussed the unique experience that Greenbrook TMS offers patients with treatment-resistant depression.
What Is High-Functioning Depression?
When many people think of depression, they may think in terms of extremes. They imagine a stereotype—someone who's unable to get out of bed, can't stop crying, or doesn't want to leave the house.

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Election Anxiety: 5 Tips for Getting Through the 2020 Election
If you’re feeling stressed about the upcoming election, you’re not alone. A recent survey of U.S. adults from the American Psychological Association (APA) found that 68% of responders say the upcoming election is a “significant source of stress.”
What Changes after Starting TMS Therapy?
At the basic level, depression causes changes in a person's mood and behavior. But if you've experienced depression, you know that depression can affect all facets of a person's life. People struggling with depression can find themselves having difficulty
What Does TMS Therapy Feel Like?
We often get asked questions regarding what TMS Therapy feels like. Most patients have a comfortable experience throughout their TMS Therapy sessions. Sometimes a light tapping sensation to the scalp can be felt that eventually dissipates as the patient acclimates to treatment. For the few who experience discomfort, it often has to do with an individual’s anatomy and not their innate pain threshold. Discomfort can arise from inadvertent stimulation of a scalp or facial nerve.

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