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Synchrony Brain Health® Outpatient Psychiatric Treatment

The use of neuroscience technologies has enhanced the understanding and treatment of insufficient response to traditional treatments for psychiatric conditions. Following a neuroscience-informed assessment, Synchrony Brain Health® Utilizes research-validated neuromodulation technologies to achieve maximum symptom relief and support optimal brain health. Individuals receiving dTMS and/or neurofeedback at Synchrony Brain Health® are also eligible for various psychotherapy services which further facilitate neuromodulation.

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Synchrony Brain Health® Blogs

How to Cope With Seasonal Depression (SAD)
November 9, 2023

How to Cope With Seasonal Depression (SAD)

Seasonal depression is the common name for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a type of depressive disorder... Read More
What to do After Deep TMS Therapy Sessions
October 16, 2023

What to do After Deep TMS Therapy Sessions

Deep TMS therapy is becoming one of the best tools to help people who are living with the effects of... Read More
Sleep and Mental Health - Tips for Better Sleep
September 14, 2023

Sleep and Mental Health – Tips for Better Sleep

Sleep and mental health are directly related. Sleep is essential for mental health as it helps the brain with mood... Read More

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Psychiatric Medical Care

Medications and Supplements Guided by Genetic Analysis

Diagnosis is established through the use of the Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnosis, or SCID, which is the most reliable and valid method of determining psychiatric diagnosis. A convergence of other data then supports the SCID in determining diagnosis. Including a variety of psychometric instruments, as well as functional neuroimaging through the use of quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG).