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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.
4 Signs Antidepressants Aren't Working for You
Finding the best depression treatment for you can be a matter of trial and error, and you may encounter some setbacks along the way. When you reach a setback, how do you decide which route to take next?
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.”
Understanding the Link between Depression and Burnout at Work
Many people consider their job to be a source of stress, but it can be difficult to measure just how much of an impact that stress has on your mental and emotional health. Can stress at work lead to depression or worsen symptoms you're already feeling?
How Does Depression Affect the Brain?
If you have symptoms of depression, it's natural to wonder what's going on in your body. The good news is that researchers have now answered two crucial questions: how does depression affect the brain, and what chemical imbalance causes depression?
Five Ways to Stay Connected During Social Distancing
Life can feel uncertain right now, particularly when things seem to be changing so rapidly. Especially if you are used to frequent human interaction, this new reality can create feelings of loneliness, seclusion, and isolation.