The Next Milestone For Mental Health: Virtual Reality

In the past experts worried that virtual reality (VR) would damage our brains. Today, they believe it’ll help them instead. There’s been new research done regarding how VR can diagnose and treat mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. While there are still many tests being conducted some of this technology has already made its …

Moments Of Clarity With Tiffany Werhner: Discussing Benefits Of TMS Treatment

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Listen in on a special edition of the “Moments of Clarity” Radio show with host Tiffany Werhner, LMHC with her guest speaker, Karan Narwal, CEO & Director of Research at TMS Advantage, Pinellas County’s Most comprehensive TMS program. Moments of Clarity is a weekly nationally aired radio show that focuses on ending the stigma on …

Why You Should Hold Onto Hope For Depression

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There are some people who enter therapy because they find themselves feeling completely hopeless. Some of these people have been suffering for years, others for decades. They may have tried numerous therapies and medications without finding them helpful. This doesn’t mean there’s no hope of healing from their depression. There’s always hope for three reasons. …

Introducing TMS Therapy

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS therapy) is a non-invasive way of stimulating your brain. For this reason, it’s only used after things like antidepressants and psychotherapy have proven ineffective. TMS treatment is delivered via an electromagnetic coil that’s placed over the region of your brain that’s involved with creating feelings of depression. This device generates a …

Clinicians Say NeuroStar TMS Therapy Equates 53% Remission

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There are more than 5,200 patients who have been evaluated by the NeuroStar TMS Outcomes Registry since it was first created in September 2016. As such, this registry has become the largest data set available having to do with Major Depressive Disorder. Response Rates of NeuroStar Herein you’ll find a lot of data that has …

Creating Healthy Routines For Those Times When You Don’t Know What To Do

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Many people struggle in the wintertime because the cold and dark make them feel isolated. It can also make you feel quite blah and can oftentimes result in seasonal depression. At other times you may just find yourself struggling because you’re going through a major transition in your life (e.g. a breakup, divorce, move, loss …