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. Participants perform original stories, songs, and poems in front of a live audience. From its first show in 2014, This Is My Brave has provided the means for over 700 storytellers to share their experiences. We’re proud to support this organization and the important work that they do in helping to diminish the stigma of mental illness-- this stigma is what keeps many people from seeking the treatment that they need for their depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and other mental illnesses. Speaking out and sharing what it means to live with mental illness also helps to dispel the stereotypes associated with mental illness and illustrates that mental illness does not discriminate. Storytellers come from all ages, races, and walks of life.

For information on show dates and locations, as well as where to purchase tickets, see below:

Baltimore: Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Notre Dame of Maryland University, LeClerc Auditorium
4701 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21210

Tickets available for purchase here.

Houston: Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Zilkha Hall at The Hobby Center
800 Bagby Street, #300
Houston, TX 77002

Tickets available for purchase here.

Greenbrook TMS staff will be in attendance at the show, and we’ll have a table set up in the lobby to answer questions about TMS Therapy. We hope to see you there!

If Covid-19 and social isolation are heightening your symptoms of depression, Greenbrook TMS therapy may be able to help. At Greenbrook, we specialize in TMS therapy — an FDA-cleared, non-invasive treatment for treatment-resistant depression and OCD without harmful side effects. See if TMS therapy is right for you by clicking here to take a brief assessment:

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