Dr. Kurth Interview with Glastonbury LIFE

Our very own Dr. Pamela Kurth is featured in this month’s publication of Glastonbury Life! The article is called “There is Hope”. Dr. Kurth discusses depression and the BrainsWay deep TMS treatments we use at Achieve to bring Hope to those suffering from major depression. Check out the full article here: https://view.publitas.com/p222-6222/gbl_200701_a/page/12-13 “We’re not putting…

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We Support Black Lives and Diversity

At Achieve TMS East, we believe that our diversity and inclusion is what makes us stronger and better healthcare providers. Today, we join with the black community and all people of color in their fight for equality and justice. We stand with our clients, colleagues, and the community at large who have been impacted by racism,…

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TMS for the Treatment of Depression

The brain is an integrated control center compiled of 86 billion neurons. When these neurons are out of sync with one another, this can result in an array of various symptoms, including depression. Mental Health needed a non-invasive and non-chemical solution. Achieve TMS is a clinic that integrates science in order to restore brain balance.…

Parenting During COVID-19

A blog by Marjorie Pierce, LICSW and the Director of Operations for Achieve TMS East. She has her MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from the Isenberg School at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and received her Masters of Social Work from Boston University. She has…

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The Power of Kindness During Difficult Times

A blog by Marjorie Pierce, LICSW, MBA and the Director of Operations for Achieve TMS East. She has her MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from the Isenberg School at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and received her Masters of Social Work from Boston University. She…

Depression and COVID-19

Depression and COVID-19

A blog by Marjorie Pierce, LICSW and the Director of Operations for Achieve TMS East. She has her MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from the Isenberg School at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She is also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and received her Masters of Social Work from Boston University. She has…

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“I have so much hope”: How deep transcranial magnetic stimulation changed one woman’s life

“Antidepressant medications and psychotherapy are the first-line treatments for depression, which the CDC estimates one out of every six adults will have at some point in their lives. Those treatments, however, don’t always work for everyone. In some instances a treatment called deep transcranial magnetic stimulation, might be used as an alternative or in combination…