Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

ECT is the most effective treatment for mood disorders including Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Bipolar Disorder, and Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD). ECT is considered the best treatment when depression cooccurs with suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm. Though battling a serious stigma based on depictions in cinema and on television, it is a safe, very effective procedure that has changed lives.
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Esketamine

Esketamine is a prescription nasal spray that is administered in our offices under the supervision of a healthcare provider. Esketamine can only be administered in a certified treatment clinic that has medical staff trained to prescribe and dispense esketamine and is Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) certified. Esketamine is FDA-approved and covered by most major insurances.
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Telespychiatry

Video appointments are safe, easy and allow you to get help from home. Before your appointment, it's important for you to find a quiet, private space with minimal distractions. If you need to sit in your car because this offers you the most privacy, that's fine, but you can't be in a moving vehicle, and you need to be alone.
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TMS for Adolescents

If you suspect your teenager may be suffered from depression, talk to them about how they are feeling- and see if you notice any changes in their patterns or moods or eating habits. And talk to your doctor about any concerns. We treat adolescents with various medication approaches and with TMS, a safe, effective treatment used on adolescents- generally over fifteen- with depression and that have tried medications without success or may want a treatment without side effects.
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TMS for Depression

TMS has been FDA-cleared for depression since 2008, and is a safe, effective treatment that doesn't have the side effects of many medications. During each treatment session, you sit in a comfortable chair and can listen to music, watch tv, or talk to the technician. And following treatment, you can immediately resume your regular activities. It is covered by most insurance plans, and we'll work directly with insurances to advocate for our patients' coverage.
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TMS for Memory Disorders

Experiencing a struggle with your memory or judgement can be disorienting and frightening. Or maybe you’ve noticed your aging parent begin to decline and your worry can take over. Our Memory Disorder program focuses on helping patients with mild cognitive impairment or mild dementia that may involve problems with memory, language, thinking and judgement.TMS therapy, one treatment we use, was cleared by the FDA in 2008 for depression and there is ongoing research that suggests its promise for dementia and to slow the progression of memory loss.
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TMS for OCD

Our OCD treatment plans include discussion of various medication approaches, brain stimulation options such as TMS, reading or self-learning recommendations, lifestyle modifications, education to you and your family about the diagnosis, as well as helping to connect you to other OCD specialized individual therapists or groups.reatment program aims to provide excellence in assessing and treating OCD and other anxiety disorder such as Social Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, Body-Focused-Repetitive-Behaviors, and others.
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