Tag: TMSTherapy

15
Jul

Can You Be Depressed And Not Know It?

You could know a lot about what depression looks like yet fail to recognize it in yourself. For one, depression can look quite different from person to person. Your symptoms can develop gradually and at different times, and some might not seem like depression. But the truth is, depression doesn’t always manifest as constant, immense sadness like we tend to

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27
Apr

5 Ways Parents Can Help Teens Build Resilience

As parents, you have a tremendous amount of influence on your children, and with their teenage years being some of their most formidable and uncertain ones, it is an opportune time to help them build resilience. Having resilience does not mean they will not experience difficulties in life, but they will be more equipped to deal with them once they

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16
Feb

3 Expressions of Vulnerability That Can Make You Stronger

What does being vulnerable mean to you? Unfortunately, it’s a word that comes with a lot of negative associations. For example, many of the definitions of vulnerability focus on being weak, defenseless, powerless, passive, and feeble. The problem is so many people view vulnerability as a flaw and a sign of weakness. They hold back questions and gloss over failures

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21
Jan

Treatment-Resistant Doesn’t Mean Impossible

Imagine being depressed and trying medication after medication without relief. It’s frustrating, stressful, and often adds more weight to the crippling burden of depression. This is the exhausting cycle of defeat those with treatment-resistant depression face each day. Now, we’re helping our patients breakthrough symptoms of Major Depression with TMS Therapy in Seattle. Understanding Depression vs. Sadness Feeling sad and

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21
Oct

Seasonal Affective Disorder in Seattle

Surviving winter in Seattle is something Northwesterners have learned to do year after year. But why survive when you can thrive? The cold, dark months ahead can really impact the way some people feel. The grays that fill the coastline along with shorter days can cause some to feel more sadness and less energy. Maybe you find yourself wanting to

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17
Sep

A Few Things Everyone Should Know About Depression and Suicide During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. It’s a month dedicated to helping raise awareness of suicide prevention across the world. It’s important to remember that we can all help prevent suicide by understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health. Here are a few ways you can help prevent suicide and end the stigma surrounding mental health. Depression is more

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31
Jul

Preventative Care is Essential for Your Mental Health, Too

Did you know that one simple step could help save 100,000 lives? Certainly a shocking statistic! According to the National Commission on Prevention Priorities, if 90 percent of adults were to receive an annual wellness visit and their age-appropriate health screenings, 100,000 Americans would avoid a preventable death every year. You read that right. Preventative care can help save 100,000

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8
Jun

How To Move Forward One Step At A Time

Before COVID-19, a little bit of worry was just part of life. Now, heightened levels of anxiety seem to be universal. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, approximately 40 million Americans suffer from diagnosed anxiety. But now we’re living through unprecedented and challenging times full of concerns about our health and the economy, everyone is prone to

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14
May

A Closer Look At What Mindfulness Does To Your Brain

Mindfulness is a new buzzword that’s turned into a multibillion-dollar industry. From meditation apps like Calm and Headspace to yoga and meditation studios popping up around every corner, it’s clear that the mindfulness movement is in full swing. But what is mindfulness exactly and why all the hype? We live in a hyperconnected world where it’s easy for us to

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10
Apr

Healthy Ways to Combat Social Isolation and Loneliness During COVID-19 Regulations

Currently, Washingtonians are to stay at home- except for essential activities like grocery shopping and doctor’s appointments. All public and private social, spiritual and recreational gatherings are banned. All non-essential businesses are closed. Of course, these safety measures are in place to help slow the spread of COVID-19, but they can also cause anxiety and panic for many. The key

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