Are You Having a Charlie Brown Holiday Season?

As the old holiday favorite goes, ‘tis the season to be jolly, but that’s not the case for everyone.

When Charles Schultz’s classic A Charlie Brown Christmas comes on television every year, millions of us sit down in front of …

Does Your Life Need A Little Spring Cleaning?

Spring Cleaning

Everyone has heard of Spring Cleaning: Take stock of what you have, get rid of the things you don’t need, organize what’s left and clear space to bring in new things. Before now, maybe you’ve only thought of Spring Cleaning …

Chocolate: Perfect for Valentine’s Day and Your Health?

Chocolate Valentine's Day HeartAs Valentine’s Day approaches, the heart-shaped boxes filled with chocolates start to take over candy displays everywhere. Although chocolate as a health food may seem like wishful thinking, especially around February 14 when over 36 million heart-shaped chocolates boxes are …

Improve Your Mental Health in 2016

new-years-eve-936219_640Huffington Post posted an article that really resonated with us here at the TMS Serenity Center. With the start of the new year, so many of us make resolutions to get in better physical health: eat healthier, exercise, improve our …

Out of Holiday Cheer?

Out of Holiday Cheer?The holiday cheer that starts at the end of Halloween and goes through the New Year is loaded with high hopes and heavy anticipation. We have high expectations that family gatherings have to go smoothly, the holiday decorations have to …

Is It Depression or Something More?

 

ootd logo fbf tms

We had a great time at the Out of the Darkness Community Walk this past Saturday. Thank you to everyone who helped make this a success. What a great turnout! Thanks for helping raise awareness for suicide prevention and …

What’s In A Name?

We had the honor of having the TMS Serenity Center featured in GE’s  The Wired Brain Magazine. The August/September issue is devoted to depression – the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting more than 350 million people in every corner …

Is your Career Depressing You?

With today’s economy, many of us are grateful to have a job – any job!  When it comes to depression, having a job is almost always better than not having one.  Statistics show that 13 percent of unemployed individuals experience …

College Depression and Anxiety: A Real Problem

College depression and anxiety is a common problem. Understand why the transition to college makes young adults vulnerable to depression — and what you can do about it.

College calls for a significant change where students experience many firsts: new …

Exercise: A Prescription For Depression and Anxiety

I often stress the importance of regular physical activity to my patients who suffer from depression and anxiety, and practice regular exercise in my own daily routine. Breaking a sweat after a stressful day can provide a good boost for …