TMS for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding

Most common depression medications are not approved for use by women who are pregnant or breast-feeding. This leaves many women with the difficult decision of choosing between their mental health and the health of the baby. An important 2011 study showed that TMS is safe and may provide an effective, alternative depression treatment for women who are pregnant or...

Mindfulness

The word “mindfulness” is defined by Webster’s Online Dictionary as the “trait of staying aware of or paying close attention to.” The concept of mindfulness actually stems from Buddhist psychology, which referenced the concept more than 2,500 years ago and is defined as “awareness, circumspection, discernment, and retention.” (Black, D.S. 2011. A brief definition of...

Depression and Sleep

At TMS Center of Colorado, we are committed to staying up-to-date on the latest advances in the treatment of depression and related conditions. We’re especially interested in the latest research on the link between insomnia and depression, which shows that a small amount of cognitive behavioral therapy to treat insomnia combined with treatment for depression can make a significant difference in treating both insomnia and...