The Secret to a Good Life May Surprise You

The Secret to a Good Life May Surprise You

Mindful Moments with Journeys The Secret to a Good Life May Surprise You Advice from the longest-running study on happiness from Harvard finds that our relationships with family, friends, and community are what matters The Harvard Study of Adult Development — one of the longest-running studies on happiness began tracking 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938….

Is TMS Painful?

Is TMS Painful?

The most common question our practice gets is “Does TMS therapy hurt?“ During a NeuroStar TMS session, some tapping or tingling sensations could be felt on the scalp. Our staff is trained and always present during treatment to help support the best comfort level for our patients. Each session typically lasts <19 or 37> minutes,…

When Antidepressants Don’t Work – Drew Robinson’s NeuroStar Story

When Antidepressants Don’t Work – Drew Robinson’s NeuroStar Story

Make sure you know all your depression treatment options. Drew Robinson was a rising Major League Baseball player until major depression derailed his career and his life. After trying multiple medications that didn’t successfully relieve his depression, Drew felt hopeless. In the spring of 2019, he tried to take his life. Fortunately Drew survived. And…

New Suicide Prevention Hotline

New Suicide Prevention Hotline

DIAL 988 The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has recently announced its new designated three-digit dialing code number ‘988’. When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them,…

Myths & Facts About ADHD

Myths & Facts About ADHD

Myth: “ADD is overdiagnosed.” Fact: ADD/ADHD is actually underdiagnosed, according to recent studies. Found in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Richard D. Todd, Ph.D., M.D., reports initial results from twin-based population studies; suggesting that ADHD is under-diagnosed and has diverse, genetically heterogeneous mechanisms of comorbidity. Myth: “Bad parenting is responsible…

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