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Now Available: TMS for OCD

Learn About TMS Request TMS We've updated our transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) device to treat OCD. TMS has been used for depression since 2008 and was

New Office in Boone

379 New Market Blvd, Suite 1 Boone, NC 28607 Our Boone office opens in January 2019 and will offer medication, therapy, and natural treatments. Dr.

Opening on Country Club Rd

Our new office opens Monday, October 15, 2018 at the corner of Country Club and Jonestown Roads: 104 Cambridge Plaza Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27104 Here's who will

Speaking of Trauma

Do you know someone who's been through trauma? Whether hurricanes, sexual assault, violence, or major accidents, it is critical to believe their story, and believe that their

“Mood disorders are terribly painful illnesses, and they are isolating illnesses. And they make people feel terrible about themselves when, in fact, they can be treated.”

Kay Redfield Jamison • Psychologist and Author

Food Matters

Flavanols and the Brain

What do berries, dark chocolate, tea, apples, citrus, and almonds have in common? They are rich in flavanol, an antioxidant that’s made news this year in the research on brain health.

Flanavols prevent depression and improve memory. Three cups of tea a day lowers the risk of depression by 37%, and six daily cups nearly doubles that benefit. An extract of dark chocolate, CocoaVia, brought the average memory of 65 year-olds down to that of 35 year-olds after a few months.

For Teens of Bipolar Parents

Teens can sign up and get paid for a national study to help identify early signs of bipolar. If your parents have that diagnosis, but you do not, you may be eligible to participate (it’s ok if you have other conditions besides bipolar). The study does not involve active treatment, though participants can use mental health treatments freely as they need to while enrolled.

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Natural Sleep Online

A behavioral approach that outperforms sleep medicine

Through cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-i), people learn to harness their natural sleep rhythms and overcome the anxieties that get in the way of sleep. A consensus of sleep doctors concluded that CBT-i works better than sleep medicine, and new research shows it also treats depression. You can do CBT-i with a therapist, through our paper-and-pencil version, on a free app (CBT-i Coach), or through Sleepio, an online and app-based program with proven benefits in sleep.

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