Treatment for Patients Experiencing Treatment-Resistant Depression

Now covered by all major insurers, TMS offers long awaited relief to those who struggle with treatment-resistant depression. As an alternative to medication and a complement to psychotherapy, our practice's patient's have shown a response rate of 60% and a remission rate of 40%

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Neurostar TMS
FDA approved for patients with ​treatment-resistant depression
Now covered by all major insurances
Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry
Initial ​Psychiatric Evaluation
Ongoing Medication Management
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for
Opioid Use Disorder
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)​
Perinatal Mental Health & Post-Partum Depression
Individual, Family and Couples Therapy
Doctor and Patient


Beginning with an comprehensive initial evaluation conducted by one of our Psychiatrists or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, new patients will work collaboratively with their providers in determining an appropriate treatment plan


Our diverse group of Psychologists, Social Workers, and Mental Health Counselors provide various types treatment including patients in crisis, treatment of acute problems and ongoing therapy for patients suffering from chronic symptoms.

Although each psychotherapist uses an individualized approach to treating each patient, all our therapists structure their treatment around Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

CBT is a short-term, goal oriented type of therapy which puts a focus on providing changing a patient's behavior and thought process to deal with a specific or specific set of problems.

Comforting Hands


Opioid use disorder can manifest itself in various ways. Whether you have a dependency to Opiates (pain killers) or have resorted to the use of illicit drugs, Suboxone may be a good treatment choice for you.

However, some people may be a better candidate for other treatments such as Methadone or detoxification. One of our Suboxone-training Physicians or Nurse Practitioners will review your substance use history and other medical information to determine if Suboxone is a good treatment option for you. 

Patients in our Suboxone program are required to comply with our program rules, including, but not limited to:

  1. Appointment compliance, patients are seen on strict 1-week or 2-week intervals to ensure the proper amount of medication is prescribed

  2. Submission of a supervised toxicology specimen at every visit and submission of random drug tests and pill counts

  3. Abstaining from the use of any substance not prescribed while receiving Suboxone and other requirements of toxicology screens

  4. Maintain at least monthly psychotherapy visits which serve as an important complimentary treatment method to medications