Depression can affect anyone and doesn’t discriminate across race, gender, or socioeconomic class, but BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities and other groups can face additional challenges when accessing mental health care.
Greenbrook's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Geoffrey Grammer, was recently on 92.5 WINC to discuss ways we can handle the stress of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the pandemic, so many of us are feeling anxious, scared, or isolated.
While we are weathering the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be thinking now is not the time to explore options for treatment-resistant depression. But we believe you deserve to feel better, and we have eight reasons why you shouldn’t wait to get the help you n
Greenbrook's Virginia Regional Medical director, Dr. William Sauvé, was recently on 94.9 The Point. Dr. Sauvé was featured on Mike and Woo Woo in the Morning to discuss various topics surrounding COVID-19. During this interview, they considered several ch
Greenbrook's Maryland Medical Director, Dr. Misty Borst, was recently on WRWR. Dr. Borst received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina and has been practicing TMS therapy since 2016. During the interview, Dr. Borst touched on h
Greenbrook's Maryland Medical Director, Dr. Misty Borst, was recently on WBAL TV11. Dr. Borst received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina and has been practicing TMS therapy since 2016. During the WBAL segments "This is how t
Greenbrook's St. Louis Regional Manager, Dr. Steven Harvey, was recently on 92.3 WIL to discuss mental health care during the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Harvey joined Greenbrook TMS in 2018 as Regional Medical Director of our Greater St. Louis region. Dr. Harve
Where’s the line between the onset of an episode of depression and a normal reaction to what’s going on in the world right now? Here are five ways to tell the difference between simply reacting to the changes and disruptions we’ve all recently experienced