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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
Greenbrook TMS Patient Journeys: Danielle
"Sometimes I would have bouts where the depression got worse and I’d need to go on more medication. That’s what happened when a friend of mine had passed away unexpectedly and it had really thrown me for a loop that my medication couldn’t pull me out of."
Veterans & Mental Health: How to Help
The stress of military service and deployments takes a toll on both soldiers and their families. With higher rates of depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as compared to civilians, it’s unfortunately all-too-common for our veteran
Greenbrook TMS Patient Journeys: Sophia
"Over the years, I saw different psychiatrists and therapists, and over the years I’ve tried 52 different medications. I felt like I was spending my life at the pharmacy."
Greenbrook TMS Care Team Spotlight: A Conversation with Dr. Will Sauvé
"Usually in my pre-assessment with patients, I’ll look them in the eye and tell them “Your work is done. We’ll take it from here.” We know how to fill out the forms, we know how to make the phone calls— all you need to do is show up for treatment and we’ll do the rest."
Mental Health 2018: A Look Back
As 2018 is coming to a close, it’s been an important year for mental health awareness and treatment. Today we’re looking back at the top mental health headlines that Greenbrook TMS has brought you in 2018.
Greenbrook TMS Now Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
As a leading provider of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy in the United States for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Greenbrook will begin to offer treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
National Book Lovers Day
Whether reading a memoir of someone’s struggle with depression and their journey to wellness, or engaged in a workbook that teaches coping strategies, books can help in our own road to wellness. For National Book Lovers Day, we’d like to suggest a few good reads ...
Greenbrook TMS Therapy Patient Featured in Frederick News-Post
Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers was recently featured in an article from the Frederick News-Post out of Frederick, Maryland. The article profiles one of our patients, Liz Buckman. Liz, originally an Arlington resident, had been suffering from depression and anxiety for much of her life. Like many of our patients, she had tried different medications and other forms of therapy.