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Join Greenbrook TMS at This Is My Brave: Baltimore & Houston
Greenbrook TMS is pleased to announce that we’re sponsoring two upcoming This Is My Brave shows in Baltimore, Maryland and Houston, Texas. This Is My Brave is a non-profit organization that gives those suffering from mental illness a platform to share the stories of their struggles and their recoveries. We’re proud to support this organization and the important work that they do in helping to diminish the stigma of mental illness.
It's National Relaxation Day! Here's 15 Ways to Incorporate Relaxation into Your Every Day
Today is National Relaxation Day, and we’re happy to celebrate this day as a reminder that we should prioritize taking time for ourselves. Not just today, but every day, it is important to check in with ourselves, and to listen to what our bodies and minds need in order to decompress from daily stressors. Here are 15 relaxing activities for you to try out that all vary in time, so that anyone can incorporate at least one into each day regardless of how busy you are!
TMS Tuesdays
Greenbrook’s Medical Director of Greater Baltimore Dr. Hanita Chhabra, will be on Navy Radio every Tuesday at 2pm through June 12th.
Online Event: TMS Therapy for Treatment of Depression
Please join us on Tuesday, June 27th, 12:00 pm ET for our Facebook Live & Instagram Live event on TMS Therapy for the Treatment of Depression. Dr. William Sauvé, Medical Director with Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers, along with Jennifer Marshall of This Is My Brave, Inc. will discuss all aspects of this safe & effective treatment for depression as well as answer FAQ’s about TMS Therapy.
National Suicide Prevention Week, September 5 – 11, 2016
Whether you have personally lost a loved one to suicide or are struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts, you are not alone. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, and every 1 in 5 people who die by suicide are veterans. But there is always hope. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is the leading national not-for-profit organization dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide, as well as the driving force behind National Suicide Prevention Week this September 5-11.
New Location! TMS therapy now available in Richmond, VA
We’re growing! Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers is pleased to announce the opening of our new location in Richmond, Virginia. Expanding into our third location enables us to create a more unified service with healthcare providers to deliver the highest quality of care for patients in the Richmond, VA area. Our new location has the pleasure of having Dr. William M. Sauvé as its new Medical Director.
Spotting The Signs: National Depression Screening Day
One in four adults – approximately 61.5 million Americans – experience mental illness in a given year, however, 60 percent of adults and almost half of youth ages 8 to 15 with a mental illness do not seek the necessary treatment[1]. Routinely screening for depression and other mental illnesses could greatly reduce these numbers. It has been said that more than 80 percent of all cases of clinical depression can be treated with medication, psychotherapy or a combination of both – but it first must be correctly diagnosed.
October is National Depression & Mental Health Screening Month
This year during October’s National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month the celebration for World Mental Health Day is on October 10th at the initiative of the World Federation of Mental Health and the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise public awareness on mental health issues. The theme chosen this year is “Mental Health and Older Adults, Addressing a Growing Concern” and the topic could not be more significant. The number of people ages 60 and up is over 800 million worldwide; our world population has never been so mature.
September 10, 2013: World Suicide Prevention Day
The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are co-sponsoring World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) on September 10th. The theme for the 11th anniversary event is “Stigma: A Major Barrier for Suicide Prevention.” What an appropriate topic for this year’s WSPD! Considering that stigma is probably one of the main reasons why many patients suffering from mental health issues refuse to get help, it’s crucial that we dedicate this year’s WSPD to raise awareness to fight stigma in all of its forms.
World Mental Health Day
Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers is proud to celebrate World Mental Health Day. This is the 20th anniversary of this special day. We have been working hard over the past year to promote TMS Therapy as a new treatment for depression. We have had many friends who have successfully completed their treatment and gotten the lives back on track.